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This is a discussion on stacks on gas truck??? within the Technical / Maintenance forums, part of the General Discussion category; can u put 6in stacks on a gas truck w out hurtn performance????...

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    can u put 6in stacks on a gas truck w out hurtn performance????

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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    no back pressure....besides why would you WANT to put stacks on a gas job?

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    why?
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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    i like the look of stacks n i have a gas 2500so fig i just put it on it,ihave good muffler to puton it b4 the y of stacks.wonder if it enouch back pressure

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    yeah they'll be fine, its not like you are going to run a full 5" exhaust or something, its like installing a couple of very large exhaust tips haha
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    sweet.what i fig.muffler 3 1/2in an out..sosound good..nice latemodel,ur????

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    hey lay off the stacks on diesel full sizes, them are alright by me....

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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    Ya thats right they are cool...If you dont believe me check this out...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K1J1_ZTuOE thats what stacks are for!!!

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    i like stacks and am going to encourage you to do them even though most on this site will bash you for it...can u send me pics when they are on i would love to see em u can pm them to me if u dont wanna get yelled at about them

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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    my brother in law's got a dually 08 dogdge that he wanted to put stacks on. i convinced him that on anything other than a big rig, that stacks will make the truck and the driver look like they are the master of ceremonies of some kind of jackass festival.

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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    Quote Originally Posted by WildChevys View Post
    stacks on a gas truck are like tramp stamps on a dude. they just don't belong
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    I will honestly say I do like stacks. I saw a NBS 3500 Ram CCLB Dually lowered with stacks. It was pulling a white 5th wheel and had stained the front of it black. I will say, if I see a truck with stacks, they better be prepared to blow some smoke for my entertainment.

    Howerver, if I pull up next to a truck with stacks and it's a gasser I will point and laugh. I will probably follow you around town pointing and laughing. I will then stop where you stop and continue to point and laugh.
    then my lunch break will end and I'll have to go back to work to tell all my buddies about the gay truck I saw.

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    eh, i honestly dont see the issue here. Its his truck, his ****ing choice, and just leave it at that. you dont have to like it and you most certainly dont have to rag on a guy for having a different preference in looks. I've had stacks before, and they came in handy over rear exit or side exit exhaust (tow truck, stacks = actually being able to see in the winter backing up) and honestly, stacks are not going to change the sound of the exhaust a whole hell of a lot. as long as you are not running cherry bombs or straight pipe i cant see it being all that bad.
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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    My brother had stacks on his 01 Cummins Dually, from teh front couldn't tell, and the way he did it blew equal smoke on both sides, it looked great.
    On a gasser... Not so much... Has to be done correctly, and only on old duallys.
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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    Saw a obs crew cab dually with big block and 5 speed, 4 or 5" stacks, pulling a trailer in quad cities the other day, sounded great.

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    i hope ure still gunna do the stacks if thats what u like cuase none of these guys will ever see u in person and if u like it go for it....i never read anywhere in his question how they would look he asked about backpressure and as long as you have some muffler on it then ull be fine in that area even a glasspack

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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    at least you have a 2500 not a S-10, so it wouldnt look too bad

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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    Quote Originally Posted by RWSZ71 View Post
    Saw a obs crew cab dually with big block and 5 speed, 4 or 5" stacks, pulling a trailer in quad cities the other day, sounded great.
    My truck with a BB sounds great. Stacks won't change the sound too much, it would be like giant exhaust tips (I think somebody already stated this)
    I will NEVER put stacks on my BB. If I get my buddies dad's 98 with the 7.2 and swap it into my truck, I might consider it. I honestly really like stacks....just on diesels.

    Edit: That's Supposed To Be 6.2, not 7.2

    Quote Originally Posted by DRAZ View Post
    at least you have a 2500 not a S-10, so it wouldnt look too bad
    I wouldn't point and laugh when I saw that.

    I would run it over.
    Then point and laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by K5KING View Post
    no back pressure....
    Good! No back pressure means no power wasted. Lost velocity is the only thing that will hurt power from bigger pipe, not the ****ing back pressure!

    It just burns me when I hear people say you need back pressure. That is 100% false.
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    Re: stacks on gas truck???

    Some kid around town here had an NBS 2500 with a 6.0 and close to 8" bullhorns on it. He took it to the mud bog last year, the diesel guys got a pretty good laugh from it. Last I heard he has dual exhaust now.

    I still think they're stupid.

    Quote Originally Posted by txhotrod View Post
    Ya thats right they are cool...If you dont believe me check this out...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-K1J1_ZTuOE thats what stacks are for!!!
    Not quite, this is the only kind of truck that should have stacks:

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