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single stack vs dual stack

well its time for exhaust and was thinkin about maybe doing a single or dual stack, and was wondering the pros and cons about the two. i do haul stuff quite a bit and dont want to loose a whole lot of bed space, but i was more curious about sound and performance. any input would be great! and i am not to worried about the truck being to loud. louder the better. neighbors dont like me as it is ahaha

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-No difference in performance at all.

-Sound will be slightly different. Duals will be a little quieter (from my experiences)

-Either way you're losing at least 6" of bed space length wise
---Single, you'll be losing about 1.5sq feet of bed space. easier install and waaaay cheaper.
---Duals, you'll be losing about 6sq feet of bed space. more difficult install, harder to get them straight. Almost double the $ of single.

IMO, dual mitre are the only way to go.

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What does mitring? have to do with sound? Just curious.
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None. Just looks.. it may project more sound outwards than flat top. Turn outs and bullhauler
cut will be loudest but they rarely look as good

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Why would bullhaulers be the loudest? The look so nasty; I want to do that to my new psd. lol
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there is only one truck that I've ever seen that a bullhauler cut looks any good on. I prefer mitre cut or straight cut
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because they are pointed out and project the sound out instead of up like mitre cuts..
And bullhaulers look TERRIBLE 95% of the time.
Mainly b/c guys make them too tall.

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i have a single 5 inch mitre. i love it sounds great looks great. the down side to the mitre is water gets in it and sprays soot rain drops all over my truck, and it turns the roof black rite on top of it. it may just be because i have mine just below the top of the back window tho.
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Easy fixes
1) get a bucket and put it on there b4 it rains. We have the technology. lol
2) make it an 1in or 2in taller than the cab. or get a DPF system

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Dude you guys are crazy. Bull haulers are so f*cking sick when done right. I love that big-rig look.
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