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Old 09-22-2007, 04:20 PM
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? for 6.0 folks with stacks

do any of you have sound clips or videos.I'm thinking of getting stacks in the future and was wondering how they sound,are they any different than a regular straight pipe etc.
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Old 09-22-2007, 04:30 PM
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Mine are louder than a regular straight pipe. Thats a good thing I have some videos in Diesel Movies Let me see if I can find them real fast.

Here ya go...I found it.

Diesel Movies - Logan pulling 20 ft further.

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Old 09-22-2007, 06:22 PM
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You will notice a big difference in the cab because the stacks are much closer to you than a regular tailpipe. I don't know if they are actually louder outside or not but they sound good
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I want a single stack, but Im worried itll be really loud in the cab on the highway!
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the video sucks bad. but you can here what it sounds like. strait piped. 6 inch miter cut

The windows are up and this is a full throttle roll from 30-60

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Hi,

I've posted this video before because you can hear the stacks pretty well.

Diesel Movies - Fun Ford Weeken Orlando Florida - The sound of stacks.

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mine are crazy, cant even park in my condo complex. Its stupid loud ( the turbo ) other than the 747 takig off the engine sounds the same unless youlay into it then its all muscle i love it
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