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thinking about going to a single stack. ihave 5in turbo back now.im getting tied of the drone. will a stack fix this and the bigger the stack the deep tone thanks:confused013:
 

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I am not 100% sure but I think it would make it worse. I know guys have taken stacks off because they were too loud and went back to straight pipes but not the otherway around. My truck drones really bad at about 1500rpm. I hope a muffler will help out with it. I will see here in a couple weeks.
 

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thinking about going to a single stack. ihave 5in turbo back now.im getting tied of the drone. will a stack fix this and the bigger the stack the deep tone thanks:confused013:
dude its gonna make it WORSE..unless u put a muffler before the stacks...
 

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I have 5in turbo back and wally at FTE diesel set me up with a resonator for about a 100$ that works great
I agree with this. Contact Wally at FTE Diesel and get a resonator, it pretty much eliminates the drone! If you go to the single stack, the drone will be a lot worse without a resonator. Even when using a muffler, the 5" exhausts tend to have a lot of drone.
 

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i had a single 4" stack then went to dual 5" turnouts at 44" long and it brought the noise down alot. im on the market for dual 5" Aussies. i think 36 should be good length. the shorter the louder. mitre and straight cuts are going to be loud because its not directing the noise away from the cab. i had a flat for an hour and took it off fast. my truck is straight piped, used to the exhaust noise from running machinary
 
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