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Old 02-07-2008, 06:47 AM
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new stacks on 96

i recently put some 4 inch stacks on my 96 powerstroke single cab. i love how loud it is now but on the highway it is unbareable inside the cab. i figure this is because the stacks are right behind my head. is there anything i can do to keep the noise but quite it down inside the cab alittle bit?
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PICS!!!!!!!!!!! rise your stacks above the cab a bit.
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You could put a muffler undr your pickup so you get the looks but not the sound if you dislike them. And yes post pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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If ya wanna play ya gotta pay!!Get a kick but audio system!!LOL
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i'd get the aero turbine muffler to keep the noise down a bit, but still sound good.
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Take em off and give them to me!
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Old 02-07-2008, 09:42 PM
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i recently put some 4 inch stacks on my 96 powerstroke single cab. i love how loud it is now but on the highway it is unbareable inside the cab. i figure this is because the stacks are right behind my head. is there anything i can do to keep the noise but quite it down inside the cab alittle bit?
I think you can get mufflers that goe in side your straights.
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definitely because the stacks are right behind your head... my truck is an extended cab and my stacks dont make such a bad drone inside the cab, but in my boyfriends single cab it's rediculous... nothing really except to put on a muffler, but you'll lose some of that sound you like
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Old 02-07-2008, 10:15 PM
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Like was said, there are some muffs that you can drop down inside your stacks that will help. There is probably not much room under the truck for a muff. I would look into the drop ins though.
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