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post #1 of 5 Old 11-23-2009, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Stacks on my 00 7.3

thought about putting stacks on my truck... any ideas how big or where to get a set up from. i have 4 in from the turbo back now w/o the muffler.
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post #2 of 5 Old 11-24-2009, 04:48 AM
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I like a 7" single, cab level, slash tip, but that's me. If you have never driven in a truck with stacks you may want to. The noise can get real old on a long trip!! The sell a electric valve where you can select stacks, or turn out the side, that is the only way I would go. But again that's me and stacks are a personal thing. Do what you think looks best.

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have em on my truck, and I like the single stack look as well.

GRand Rock sells a good kit, so Does Some other companies. MBRP I think does as well.

Agree with NC Hornet in saying you will want the shutoff valve. It makes longer trips and pulling a load alot better for sound in the cab.
You can buy the cutout from Raul @ Stealth Automotive.

Miter cut stacks are my favorite, but to each their own.

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I have them now, and yes the noise on long drives can get old. I would consider the valve to exit the out the underside. I am thinking about taking mine off if your intersted in a trade for what you take off.

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I agree with Kevin, you need to pick out what looks best for you, a single, duals and size. alot of places sell them, we have vendors on the site that sell them, I have bought a set from Black Cloud Diesel, I have 8" stacks and run the cut offs for long trips or if my wife rides with me. It gets too loud for her.


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