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Old 01-24-2008, 07:17 PM
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Stacks maybe?

I just saw a nice Duracrap with a set of miter cut stax and I thought it looked dang good. I know alot of people run em, I was just wondering what they sound like and all. I think dually with stax would look cool. I would like some pictures of a Dually with the stax and some video of the sound. Thanks. I am gonna go look on you tube also.
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your would prob look good with some miters or aussie's, but Logan is in your area seek him for info.
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I would totally do stacks if it weren't for my bed cover and my gun cabinet in the back! I think they're the sweetest looking exhausts systems out there and sounds mean too!
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i have 5" dual mitres, not a dually but heres some pics for you...



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Me messin around, LOL.

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Yeah I fergot that logan had em "X".....I like those bluestroker....I just dont wanna be like everyone else, plus, I heard they take away from low end torque. Any response to this? How expensive are the kits? Are they turbo back? or just from the downpipe?
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i haven't experience nor heard any issues with torque... i understand the "like everybody else" feeling too. but around where i live it's just me running stacks so i dont worry... my stacks are straight from the stock pipe i didnt buy a kit just the stack tips themselves and had the pipes modified from the turbo back
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Old 01-24-2008, 07:36 PM
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i like miter cut and nice vid!!!
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Old 01-24-2008, 10:12 PM
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i like stacks,but everybody's got em. that's one reason i ran mine out before the rear wheels. that and it was alot cheaper and easier,$140 or so with 3.5 to 4 reducer a stick of 4'' and a 4'' mandrel 45 out the side to an 5x18'' ss tip. i did have to pie cut some pipe to get the exit angle how i wanted it but it looks really good. i want a bigger tip now,the 5'' looks kinda dinky next to the biggass fender. and since mine's a shortbed movin the toolbox back to make room for stacks would make access to it very awkward from the ground. that could be another option for ya. plus,my buddy has mitered stacks on his and when it rains and he cranks it up it blows soot out all over the truck.
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i just took off my stacks i noticed torque gain when i took em. a good amount too. but i still love em. im keepin them for my next truck
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