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Old 03-09-2009, 06:04 PM
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Sound or Video Clips?

Do any of yall 7.3 guys that are running a 5'' exhasut kit with NO MUFFLER and NO CAT have a sound or video clip?
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Couple videos 4" straight pipe to 6" stack

YouTube - 7.3l PowerStroke Single 6" stack

YouTube - Blowing black smoke on take off
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Sounds great man, im lookin into exhasut systems as we speak but with so many different options out there im just tryin to see what i like.
I really want a 5'' into either a 6'' tip or a set of stacks
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Sounds great man, im lookin into exhasut systems as we speak but with so many different options out there im just tryin to see what i like.
I really want a 5'' into either a 6'' tip or a set of stacks
5" is kinda a wast unless you are a big puller... the largest down pipe you can go with is 4" and that moves a lot of air.
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5" is kinda a wast unless you are a big puller... the largest down pipe you can go with is 4" and that moves a lot of air.
I know its a waste but the sound certainly isnt. Like i said i wanna go with a 4'' Dp into 5'' kit with no muffler and no cat. I've been thinkin maybe some 6 or 7'' aussies
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I know its a waste but the sound certainly isnt. Like i said i wanna go with a 4'' Dp into 5'' kit with no muffler and no cat. I've been thinkin maybe some 6 or 7'' aussies
If you want sound run just a 4" down pipe nothing else

I did that for a day while i was waiting to piece together the rest of my setup since i built it myself.
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def go with stacks.. the sound is amazing..
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def go with stacks.. the sound is amazing..
How much of a difference would there be between say a 6'' tip vs a 6'' stack? sound wise? Do differnt styles of stacks have different sounds? Bullhaulers vs. miters etc...
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How much of a difference would there be between say a 6'' tip vs a 6'' stack? sound wise? Do differnt styles of stacks have different sounds? Bullhaulers vs. miters etc...
a 6" stack will have a deeper sounds since it is 6" for a longer time. and not that i know of
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here are a couple of videos with 6" miters



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