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Question Stack Kit vs Turbo back exhaust??

Hi All,

Just wondering if there was any difference between the two in terms of horsepower gains, better flow, better on the motor etc..??? What's the pros and cons?? Any help or personal preference is helpful.....

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I dunno about performance but i personally I think stacks scream 18-21 year old kid. I think they're silly.
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No gains of any kind. Except sounds

Everyone has their different opinions. Either route YOU CHOOSE, just drive sensible.

Look around for trucks with either setup, if you like the looks then go whichever route you like. Don't listen to guys who sit behind a keyboard and judge others by truck appearances

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i couldnt handle the loss in bed space
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I couldn't give up my bed space either....I was going to go with the diamond eye or Mbrp turbo back....Just figured I would post the question to see if there was really a difference besides looks

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Loss of about 8-10" of bedspace

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Any gains would be minimal to where it doesnt matter. And stacks cost more.

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If your running both setups with a 4" turbo back there would be minimal in hp difference. Stack will get old quickly especially going down the highway.

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For me the stacks actually made the cab quieter, I lowered my egts between 50 to 100 deg. But with a propper system the same could be achived im sure. I put them on my truck since i take it off road often and the idea of taking out my exhaust wasnt good seeing how i almost did when i had the side dump infront of the rear wheel and stock system. I did mine for around 350 bucks total but i also built it my self. 4in is all you really need and i wouldnt go any bigger then 5in. Everything after that is just pure sound not performance. Do what you think will work best for your needs.

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stacks are for looks really.
no more performance gain.

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