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post #1 of 11 Old 11-16-2007, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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where do you get stacks for my truck(93 f350 7.3 ).if i run striaght pipes will it be to loud(3 in duels) also whats the best way to get air in,i know ram air,but how,suggestions, i'm new at this diesel thing.
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post #2 of 11 Old 11-16-2007, 06:23 PM
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Try the guys at Grand Rock that's where I got mine:Grand Rock Truck Exhaust Systems - Performance Exhaust, Performance Exhaust System, Diesel Performance Exhaust, Heavy Truck Exhaust, Performance Muffler, Quiet Performance Muffler, High Performance Muffler, Truck Muffler, Exhaust Muffler, Diesel Perf

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well first off Welcome to the forum, your starting off in the right place..ther are many here that can better answer that than me, there are several OBS (old body style) guys in here with them...

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Welcome to the ORG. I would have to do some thinking on yours since it is an IDI engine. I would think the exhaust would be the easy part since you can run about any size pipe if you know a good exhaust shop. The air in will take some thinking though.

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let me know if you figure something out please,meanwhile i'll get my b bs rolling in my nogin too.thanks agian
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thanks for the info,i've got plenty to pick from.
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Try Dynaflex stacks, they work real nice. They are made in the USA , are plated with nickel before they are chromed. They have really held up to the abuse that we throw at them. It is the brand that the big riggers use and trust.



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Grand Rock has been building big truck stacks for years. No one builds them better. Grand Rock will no longer sell to the public, but If we can help let us know. It is my truck that is featured in Diesel World Magazine (january) for the Aussie stack kit install. Great product!

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ST Powerkore, I also own a trucking company. I've had it for 12 years and have been driving truck for 17 years. I have never heard of them before. Are they new?

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