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5" MBRP with 6" black tip 21 48.84%
7" MBRP stack 21 48.84%
Other 1 2.33%
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Old 09-16-2010, 06:11 PM
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What do you guys think?

Here lately I have been considering going back to a stack. I use to have a 6" MBRP single stainless mitre. I currently have a 4" downpipe back stainless AFE exhaust. That exhaust is going to go on my dad's truck. I already have a 5" Powerstroker67 exhaust waiting to go on. I just can't decided if I should go with a stack again or if I should just do a 5" MBRP with 6" black tip. If I get a stack, it's going to be a 7" black mitre cut.

Also note that my truck is going to have a 4" BDS lift and my old 35's back on after this weekend.

There is a poll option "other" also. If you choose that, post up what you think I should do....with the 5" Powerstroker67 delete pipe of course.
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Old 09-16-2010, 06:50 PM
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do the stack i have a black 7in mbrp stack going on next weekend!
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i've always been partial to the 7 inch singles but i've yet to have one so I don't know how bad the drone is.
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i will let yall know once i get mine on next weekend haha, ill also post up some pics too...
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im going to get a 8" black for my truck jeff .. its gunna be pretty good lookin all white on black same thing 4" on 35's i personally think the best way to do it is a stack i have a mbrp 5" on 6" tip now and after a year i want a change and a change for the louder
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Today I put an 8" tip on mine and have decided that it's too big coming out the back. I've been planning on changing to a 5" exhaust and today I decided that a 7" tip would be what I want to go with.
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go with the stack. it would look awesome with the new lift. i love the look with the white trucks and black single.
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Here lately I have been considering going back to a stack. I use to have a 6" MBRP single stainless mitre. I currently have a 4" downpipe back stainless AFE exhaust. That exhaust is going to go on my dad's truck. I already have a 5" Powerstroker67 exhaust waiting to go on. I just can't decided if I should go with a stack again or if I should just do a 5" MBRP with 6" black tip. If I get a stack, it's going to be a 7" black mitre cut.

Also note that my truck is going to have a 4" BDS lift and my old 35's back on after this weekend.

There is a poll option "other" also. If you choose that, post up what you think I should do....with the 5" Powerstroker67 delete pipe of course.
Why are you lifting your truck back up?
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Why are you lifting your truck back up?
Already did

The lift is on, but.....
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Old 09-20-2010, 07:16 PM
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Looks good! Been away for awhile. Didn't know you were going back up. Giving up on those low to mid 12's on fuel?? That was the last I heard you were shootin for.
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