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post #1 of 14 Old 05-15-2006, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Can we see some pictures of your kits on Ford Powerstrokes?

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Can we see some pictures of your kits on Ford Powerstrokes?

Sure can, I'll see what I can dig up!
Well I tried to upload some pictures, I either got a fail to up load, or the file size was to big! I'll have to figure it out, and I'll try again later!
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If you check out my garage you will find pics of the Grand Rock 5" angle cut stacks on my 99 Superduty.



99 F250 Superduty Extended Cab 4x4 7.3, 4" Pro-Comp lift, Dieselsite 6-pos chip, Autometer Gauges, Banks Six gun, Monsterbox 4R100 trans, 4" exhaust with twin 5" stacks, AFE Stage 2 intake, Banks Intercooler, Hypermax H2E Turbo, Nitrous Express Stacker System, 203 degree Thermostat, FASS 150 Fuel System, Snow water/meth Injection, Evans Waterless cooling, B&D Torque Loc, Decelerator exhaust brake
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If you check out my garage you will find pics of the Grand Rock 5" angle cut stacks on my 99 Superduty.

Hey those look great! How do you like them so far?
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If you check out my garage you will find pics of the Grand Rock 5" angle cut stacks on my 99 Superduty.

call me a newb, but how do you keep rain from entering and puddling in your pipes when its not running?

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call me a newb, but how do you keep rain from entering and puddling in your pipes when its not running?
It really depends on how often you drive the truck. If it's a daily driver, you wont have any major water issues. I also know that some people will drill a small hole in the bottom elbow to let water drain. Or you can do what my buddy did, and put two coffee cans on his......then his new favorite beer drinkin' sport is how high can I shoot them cans off....LOL
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I seen a neat trick at a truck pull last week. Take your desired can, and line the inside with that rubber stuff they sell to coat the handles of your tools. I forget who makes it, but it makes the inside of the can nice and soft not to scratch your stacks. I asked the guy if this stuff ever melted onto the stacks and he claims no. Anyway, I thought it was a good idea. Then you can put your Powerstroke.org stickers on the outside.

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my stacks are grand rock to.

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how much does a gr kit cost. i can't get them to give me a price

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how much does a gr kit cost. i can't get them to give me a price
Thats because we just manufacture it, and we use distributors to sell it. The cost may vary from Distributor to distributor. I can give you names of distributors and numbers. In fact I belive there are a few on this site! Diesel Nut Motorsports is one.....I have many others.
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