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Old 06-26-2013, 11:39 AM
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turbo back stacks

hey guys, I'm helping a friend with a 95 ford F250 and he wants to do stacks but he damaged his down pipe and well the rest of his exhaust.. so we gotta replace the down pipe as well. I was looking for exhaust that fits together from the turbo all the way through the bed and was blacked out style stacks... is there anything out there for these old trucks? and which ones are the best performance?
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If its performance you are after then stacks are the worst thing to do along with looking hideous. Stacks will catch more wind and cause alot more turbulance then the normal style exhaust.
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There is no "turbo back kit". You will need to purchase the down pipe separate from the stack kit.


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My stacks are round and don't seem to be catching any air at all where are they hindering the aerodynamics of a brick?

Just get a dp seperate, and what's your buddy looking to spend, check grand rock, and xdp diesel, they have a few sets, I think Cary may sell them, and several other places, got mine off Craigslist for $200 complete
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If its performance you are after then stacks are the worst thing to do along with looking hideous. Stacks will catch more wind and cause alot more turbulance then the normal style exhaust.
not my truck its what he wants.. you see mine doesn't have any lol

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My stacks are round and don't seem to be catching any air at all where are they hindering the aerodynamics of a brick?

Just get a dp seperate, and what's your buddy looking to spend, check grand rock, and xdp diesel, they have a few sets, I think Cary may sell them, and several other places, got mine off Craigslist for $200 complete
so what would i do 3" down pipe into 4" exhaust pipes into 7 or 8" stacks? i'm not a stacks fan, i'm more of a straight exhaust pipes guy
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I had stacks on my 7.3l silver line does make a turbo back kit and u just need to buy the tips separate
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If you buy a downpipe as well as cat delete pipe that will get it to where it needs to be for stacks unless you have a crew cab, might need an extension then, i know on extended cab you are good
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Where are you located? I have some stacks on my truck and would like to get rid of them.


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Where are you located? I have some stacks on my truck and would like to get rid of them.


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i'm in New Fairfield CT.. and the truck is a long bed regular cab (2 door) 95 f-250.. its not my truck but its one i'm helping a friend work on and i was just looking for some recommendations and pricing on stacks.. still deciding if chrome or a powder coat black would look better
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If your friend is meticulous about his truck then go Chrome. If his truck is constantly dirty then look at the black powder coat. Chrome will tell everyone else that the guy doesn't respect his truck in a hurry. Kinda like white paint.
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