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Exhaust Cut outs!!!!!

K guys i am finally over the loud sound of my exhaust stacks and i have been searching for someone that makes exhaust cut outs so i could turn the stacks on and off and just have it dump under the truck....

Im glad to say that i found them and not only do they offer a 4: cut out they offer 3" and 3.5" for you guys running stock exhausts...

I have to buy these in bulk in order to get the best pricing so i want to see how many people would be interested in the 4" and the 3.5" so i know which ones to order....

im gonna add mine before the flex pipe to my exhaust that goes to my stacks and add a small piece of pipe and a black exhaust tip.... then when im at a show or just plain want to show off i can hit a switch and close up the valve so that i have the stacks alone..

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so let me know if you guys are interested so that i can buy that bulk order or not.... ill be doing my truck sometime next week or so and get some video of it working

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Are the stacks loud?
I don't have any but if I did I would order this in a heartbeat! Man is seems like the best of both worlds. And it's electonically controlled? That is a pretty SWEET piece of machinery.

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Are the stacks loud?
I don't have any but if I did I would order this in a heartbeat! Man is seems like the best of both worlds. And it's electonically controlled? That is a pretty SWEET piece of machinery.
they are not horrible with the windows up but no way you can have a regular conversation with the 2 front windows down and way worse with 4 windows down.... plus my daughter is already complaining of them so im def doing this

yes its electronically controlled.. you put a switch in cab to open and close the valve.....

this is perfect for us running stacks or for someone with a 6.0L that wants to keep the cat and all the rest of the stuff on a stock exhaust. that way you can run straight pipe and still be legal if you have too
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you know what they say... if its too loud your too old... kiddin man,

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you know what they say... if its too loud your too old... kiddin man,
lol.... yah im too old.... but on the real the lil says they are too loud so they either have to go or i have to fix it... so im going with fixing it plus long trips at 2100 rpms (70mph) really gets to you.. thats when the low deap drown is the loudest so over an hour of that and your over it quick
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lol.... yah im too old.... but on the real the lil says they are too loud so they either have to go or i have to fix it... so im going with fixing it plus long trips at 2100 rpms (70mph) really gets to you.. thats when the low deap drown is the loudest so over an hour of that and your over it quick
Yeah you have to be consious of that stuff now. I never used to pay it any mind, and 10 seasons of duck hunting with no ear plugs, plus putting lead down range in the Army and I have high frequency hearing loss. Now I wear a "walkers game ear" and it really helps.

Yeah long trips in my Camaro really annoys the heck out of me, you can't really talk without shouting, and can't listen to the stereo either

PLUS that is a great point about keeping the stocker exaust and being straight pipe at the push of a button.

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Man i think this is gonna rock.... i cant wait to get this in and be able to talk withsomeone without yelling
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so im thinking of putting these on the exit part

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Wouldn't that little piece make them louder?, even if it is under the truck?...Honestly I love stacks, but I can't put them on with my 3 year old in the back seat. But If those work, I could do it and get to use another upfitter switch. What's not to love about another switch...lol
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