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post #1 of 19 Old 02-14-2013, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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Bout to get some stacks.

Ive got a 94 F-250 PSD reg cab. Im about to buy stacks but first im running a new down pipe. But what size stacks should i get and where should i get the kit. Also when I put the new downpipe on do i need to put heat hields on it or will it be ok the down pipe is stainless.
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It will be fine, as far as stacks how much bed are you willing to give up? I had 5" and a short bed, bought mine from xdp, very pricey tho

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I can give up as much bedroom as I need I have along bed and where can I get a 3 inch downpipe that's one piece or two piece and wich is better
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2 peice is best, a lot easier to install, I got mine from cptrucks.com $100 shipped

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It all depends on what size you want, atleast get a 5" "y" pipe with 5, 6, or 7" stacks would look the best.

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IMHO dont use anything less than a 6" pipe for the stacks themselves, any smaller they dont look right

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I like 5" better, but mine was a short bed

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IMHO sell your Ford and buy a dodge if you want stacks!

I am just kidding. To each his own. 6" is the biggest I think you should go. They start to look to big IMO after 6"

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I hope you have ridden in a truck that has stacks for some length of time .
Putting stacks in is a BIG step

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And since it's reg cab, it's gonna be loud inside the cab, even with all the windows up

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