So just to clarify I'm still in the market for duals and not stacks.
BUT, my friend who has an 05 f150 want's me to ask for him, if running stacks is a good idea. (I told him my opinion that it should be for disel trucks only). He want's to know what he would have to buy to convert it from disel to gas.
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Stacks look like **** on diesel trucks (unless tastefully done, which they usually aren't) and you don't gain anymore performance out of them than a normal exhaust. They're just a hack job, and a good way to ruin a perfectly good bed (and a perfectly fine looking truck) Tell him to do himself a favor and not do it..
Edit: That Ranger is REAL classy!
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Stacks on a diesel truck, look awesome when the guy who put them on did the homework on them a lifted super duty with straight stacks with the angle
Cut look amazing a dodge heavy duty with angled stacks aimed to the sides a little bit looks great! Chevy HD just look like crap all together don't matter what you do to them there a hidious piece of crap and most useless. Piles of a crap I think I'd rather drive a focus then a chev