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post #1 of 31 Old 01-16-2012, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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opinions on stacks

hey all, im looking into getting some smoke stacks and am just wanting everyones opinion on what to get, i am set on mbrp but dont know whether to get a dual or single kit, and also do i get a 4 inch or a 5 inch?

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i personaly wouldnt go smaller than 6" dual ausies or single 6" mitre. i had a single 5" mitre on my truck, i liked it but it was just too small for a dually it mite look better on a srw tho




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sorry shouldve specified when i said 4 inch or 5 inch i meant turbo back. my tip size will be and 8 inch.

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o well in that case, i dont think theres much of a performance diffrence between 4 or 5 inch. i belive the 5 will be throatier probly sound better. but thats a matter of oppionion.. 3.5" dp?




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im thinking 4 inch downpipe to single stack is my best option as far as price goes.

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I went with a 48" long 5"-6" stack with a 5" elbow, I just used a 4"-5" reducer at the elbow and have 4" all the way to the turbo. With the way it's all setup, the very tip of the stack is just below the cab line. I pieced mine together myself though, I can't really say what kit is better price wise.


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I'm guessing that you didn't lose nearly as much as it appeared. Spills are like that. The last beer that I spilled was like a million ounces.
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do you have any pics of your setup, are you happy with the 6 inch?

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Yeah I have some pics, and yes VERY HAPPY!!!

give me a sec...


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Here is the only pic I could find of the entire stack. This was right after I got done bolting everything up. The 5" part of the stack sits just below the bed, is clamped to a 5" elbow, which was off a salvaged Freightliner, and then clamped to a 4" reducer. I can get pics of the actual setup underneath for you tomorrow if you would like.



Here are some different setups....



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WOW thats a lot of soot on that truck.

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