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Old 06-14-2012, 05:20 AM
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02 F350 7.3 Stack or Not??

Hey Guys,

I've been tossing around the Idea in my head for awhile now on wheather or not to do a single stack kit on my truck. I'm thinking about getting an FTE 8 in. Mitre cut. But before I do that I want to be certain. What do y'all think of single stacks. What are the Pros/cons. I have a single cab so is my 4 inch turbo back to an 8 inch. mitre going to make it so I can't even hear the person next to me in the truck?
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In my opinion i like the single stack and in a regular cab will look good..and as long as u dont have to to short it want be that bad my buddys extended cab isnt really bad loud in the cab..and he also has a FTE stack and in my opinion thats the only single stack kit to go with..

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Old 06-14-2012, 10:05 AM
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Ya I like the look of the single cab I'm just wondering about the noise before I cut the hole....
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Not a fan of stacks. Just my opinion though. It would be pretty loud going down the highway plus soot depending on how tall it is. again..my opinion
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buy mine!!!
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Got one for sell? how much got any pics?
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please don't
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stacks are a love hate kinda thing. some people love them other people hate them. i have a set of 5in stacks in my short bed and i love them the soumd incredible.
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My truck had a single 7" miter when i bought it...took it off and went with a 4" turbo-back....ran that for about 6-7months and its back to a single 5". I have mine just below the top of the cab, and its not loud inside at all.
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I'll sell the whole exhaust, 4" dp, 4" all the way, flex pipe, 4" to 5" reducer, 6x48 mitre, with staxx clamp for 700. Its all stainless
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