That bad ay?Terrible!
X2I was thinking stacks too... but after talking to a few people and riding in one truck... keep the stacks on the big rigs where they belong...
I do that (Bucket) on my KW it is a mechanical motor and it's got a few rounds on the fuel screw so it makes alittle soot now. I have a few ruined shirts that have diesel kisses on them, oh well I wear them with pride.Most guys might not think about this until afterwards but I do have a question and I hope you don't mind me asking in your thread.
What do you do when it rains and you have stacks? hang a bucket over them? lol I know some of the big trucks have rain caps but I've never seen them on a pick-up.
i'm running 5" slash cut stacks. The in cab noise isn't too bad, but i still have a muffler for legal reasons. I've always driven noisy vehicles, so it doesn't bother me, but my tires are noisier than my exhaust at highway speeds.
When it rains, it gets in my stacks. There are enough "engineered in" gaps that the water runs out . It would take a lot of water to fill the exhuast up to the point that you would be in danger of damaging something anyway. The one draw back is the black spots that appear on the bed after a rain. Rain caps can kinda be noisy going down the road at low loads. .. they tend to klink open and closed.
Cause it looks :gayfight:As for stack(s), I'd stick with one. Why be a poser, you've only got one turbine outlet right...
yepCause it looks :gayfight:
I like the symmetrical look to my truck, the singe stack just looked too out of place to me. But, to each their own. .. i know quite a few people that think stacks in and of themselves are completely stupid.
Because it looks too much like a chevy when you do that! :badidea:As for stack(s), I'd stick with one. Why be a poser, you've only got one turbine outlet right...