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Exclamation Dual stacks questions... HELP!

I'm new to the modifications of 6.4's but not the trucks themselves.

Anyways to make things short. I'm going to be modifying my 6.4 within the next 2 weeks.

What I'm doing for sure:

S&B Intake
Spartan Tuner
EGR Delete
4" Downpipe

What I need help from you guys on...

I want to run dual 7x36 mitre cut stacks on the truck.

I plan on getting a kit that comes with the two stacks themselves and the Y pipe.

Now to connect the Y pipe to the Turbo's down pipe, what's my cheapest option?

My idea is buying a 5" exhaust and cutting it the perfect length so it'll work with the stack and pipe. I want as much airflow as possible, and I like the strong sound.


All input is greatly appreciated, thanks guys!
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Just make sure when you order the stack setup it is for 5" pipe. Most of the stack setups I have seen have a 4" inlet and then it steps up to 5" inside the bed.
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Just make sure when you order the stack setup it is for 5" pipe. Most of the stack setups I have seen have a 4" inlet and then it steps up to 5" inside the bed.
Okay, I'll make sure it's a 5" inlet. As far as the connecting piece from the DP to the stack, should my idea of cutting a exhaust work fine?

And while on that note, the DP is got a 4" outlet, so does the pipe I'll be using need to be 4" on the side of the DP, and 5" on the side of the stack?
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stacks
Dont ruin a good thing.
I've always liked the stacks look. If it turns out to be back, I'll just remove it and do a 5" straight pipe
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Just do a single mitre cut offset in the bed if you are going to do a stack but don't ruin your truck with stackS. Its not a pete or KW

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