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Old 07-05-2012, 10:36 PM
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Hey guys, just thought of something! :O

Chop it to a mini Avalanche, then put stacks on it! :O

Noise factor though, if you did just have a custom tonneau cover, then the noise from the exhaust would still somewhat echo into the cab. So what if you made a solid-ish removable wall between the "bed" and the cab, and route the exhaust right up past the rear seats through the bed?

IDEAS?! :O

 
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Old 07-05-2012, 11:12 PM
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i cant lie im torn on this it looks good but i HATE when people put stacks on gas motors just seems wrong ...stacks need to have coal rolling out of them...and the fact is a v6 with stacks...idk..but...on the other side of the coin..ITS SOOOOO COOL haha
i guess if i ran then y it right before th axle run paralleled to the axles and up into the "bed" right before the wheel well and have it follow the inside but have it braced about 2 or 3 inch's from the wall then make some sorta heat shield going most of the way up about mid way up the stack for safety (could look cool too)
 
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Old 07-06-2012, 08:35 AM
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In my opinion stacks should never go up inside the bed of any truck/suv... There's one guy around here that has a diesel dodge 2500 and has a single stack in the middle of his truck, it's like 12" diameter and his truck sounds stupid (not the good kind).... Stacks are for big rigs, not cars/trucks/suvs... if you want stacks go buy a rig.
 
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Old 07-06-2012, 09:16 AM
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As far as a wall dividing up the space i would think if you could fab up a rear section from an s10 cab to your rig that would work. I think the stacks look ok...dont know though.
 
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Eh it would be different (coming from a stack fan) But ya need to watch your interior so it dont catch fire or any thing ... Like the floor carpet unless your cutting it out
 
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That truck looks boss without the back like that! I like that actually! If it had the cummins 4bt in it, I would say yes to stacks. Otherwise, I would say nay.
 
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Have it humvee style. I think that would look nice. Could make it military issue s10 blazer lol
 
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Personally I think stacks only belong on a 6500 sized truck or bigger(and I'll admit i kinda dont mind the one DUKW "ducky tour" truck with them here if it wasn't painted so bright and cheery).
 
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also the heat factor is going to kill you if the back is going to be connected to the front of the truck still. i was thinking of doing something similar like this to a old offroad truck just to keep it out of the way of water and rocks but thought about the heat and said no bad idea.

also as everyone else says stacks have got played out everyone hates them, theres a huge thread making fun of them on another site i goto cause people are getting carried away and using like 18 inch wide tips on them now
 
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Old 09-22-2012, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by tibby View Post
That truck looks boss without the back like that! I like that actually! If it had the cummins 4bt in it, I would say yes to stacks. Otherwise, I would say nay.
I'm w/ tibby. Diesel yay. gas nay.
 

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