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Old 11-14-2010, 09:26 PM
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I have a regular cab 4x4 dually and was really wanting to do a 7 or 8" aussie stack kit on it. right now i have the dpf delete 5" kit with a 7" tip and was wondering if stacks will change the sound of the truck that much. also how is the drone? would like to ride with someone that has them already to see if i really want to spend the cash on them. any input would be great y'all. thanks, Justin
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Old 11-15-2010, 07:12 AM
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I think i wouldn't go any bigger than 7" if I were you
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:37 AM
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well i'm just trying to see who out there has them and what the drone is like in the cab. i have a single cab and don't want it to be so loud i can't think, but i also want to know if the sound gets any better or worse than the 5" straight pipe and tip
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Sound with stacks will be deeper.
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make sure you put a muffler and wrap the downpipe back including y pipe and 90 elbow.. it will help with the drone alot. i had a single 8" on my cummins and drone was outrageous you couldnt talk on the phone hardly..
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Well I have owned dodges n the past w/ straights and my ford is no where near as loud as my cummins. Even running the straight 5" now I barely have a drone. Just wondering if running stacks will give it a drone
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Old 11-19-2010, 05:18 AM
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I had a tolerable drone with my single stack, but it did get old after awhile. Adding a 5" muffler would help with the drone, but not kill the throaty sound at WOT.
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i have 7 inch mitres.. LOVE them. drone is not bad at all. you wont regret it
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