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Thread: stacks on a 7.3 IDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnyman06 View Post
    When u guys run stacks, do u guys run a muffler also? If so which one
    Nope, they clutter up the undercarraige.
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    if you need the box i'd go with bigger pipes underneath, otherwise 5" is lots

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    All the people I know who run stacks don't have any muffling devises unless they have a turbo. You think a NA is loud, listen to a big block Chevy with dual 5''s. Im actually getting ready to but stacks on my truck, might have to do a step by step write up.
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    4" stack, no muffler.
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    no muffler here also....sounds like a gas truck with no muffler at high RPMs

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    What do people think of doing shotgun stacks, both right next to each other, on the same side? I might go that route.
    86 F350 XLT Lariat Regular cab, long box, 4x4. 6.9, c6, np208, Dana 60, Sterling 10.25, tuned pump.

    86 F250 6.9, t19, 10.25

    93 F150 XLT Supercab Short Box, 6" Lift, 5.0 V8, E4OD, Toolbox, CB, Custom tube bumper, muffler delete

    02 F350 XLT 4 door, long box, dually, 7.3, straight piped.

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    that's very unique. You usually see them close together in the middle, or on each side of the bed, but 2 on one side may be good looking.

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    Well I saw 2 next to each other in the middle on a Dodge in Diesel Power but I think it would look better on one side right by the bed rail. I just wonder How I would split it to go to two 5's from one 4".
    86 F350 XLT Lariat Regular cab, long box, 4x4. 6.9, c6, np208, Dana 60, Sterling 10.25, tuned pump.

    86 F250 6.9, t19, 10.25

    93 F150 XLT Supercab Short Box, 6" Lift, 5.0 V8, E4OD, Toolbox, CB, Custom tube bumper, muffler delete

    02 F350 XLT 4 door, long box, dually, 7.3, straight piped.

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