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Old 04-09-2014, 04:05 PM
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crew cab short bed stacks with DPF/DOC on?

So i looked under my truck and was curious why people state that you have to do a dpf/doc delete to put stacks on? It looks to me like the dpf ends before the cab does so if anyone can tell me why it would be appreciated. I will eventually delete all the emissions but was just curious for now.
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You actually cant do a stacks on Ford without removing all the ford emblems and turning in your man card.. Only dodges can do stacks...
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You actually cant do a stacks on Ford without removing all the ford emblems and turning in your man card.. Only dodges can do stacks...
Um...I did it on my 6.0....

It lasted a year and the drone pissed me off so I went back to duals. Plus the bed space they eat up in the bed isn't worth it. Just run a straight pipe kit out its worth it in the long run.

I will say the one perk was it warded off tailgaters better than any brake check ever.
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You actually cant do a stacks on Ford without removing all the ford emblems and turning in your man card.. Only dodges can do stacks...
it's not the Ford emblems you have to remove, it's four teeth or 40 IQ points
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Um...I did it on my 6.0....

It lasted a year and the drone pissed me off so I went back to duals. Plus the bed space they eat up in the bed isn't worth it. Just run a straight pipe kit out its worth it in the long run.

I will say the one perk was it warded off tailgaters better than any brake check ever.
I like your comment about tailgaters
now as far as the drone your talking about i had 2 different v8 puckups and 1 had a full exhaust and one had it cut off under the cab. I love a loud pickup so i wont mind the drone. I was just trying to find out whether or not the stacks could be done on a crew cab pickup without the deletes.
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yes, they can, and they will be pretty much silent
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What He said^^^ Its a 6.4 so no noise out of them, but yes from my measuring it looks like you can do it without deletes.
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yes, they can, and they will be pretty much silent
Thanks i just wanted to make sure i wasnt missing something
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