Diesel Exhaust Stacks

Nothing Screams Diesel Like A Pair of Stacks

 

Smoke Stacks A set of smoke stacks and there is no mistaking that your truck is diesel powered. While the stacks themselves are not performance enhancing, they sure offer a performance look and sound. If you plan on drag racing, a set of exhaust stacks may save you some trouble. Diesels that produce large quantities of smoke are often restricted from having side exit exhaust due to health & safety concerns. This is usually fixed by an ugly piece of flex pipe that points the exhaust upward and away from the crowd.

 

Otherwise Known As:

Stacks, Exhaust stacks, smoke stacks

How It Works:

Exhaust stacks themselves are purely aesthetic. Though they will not increase the performance of your vehicle, nothing screams "performance" like a set of smoke stacks protruding through the bed. A pair of stacks releasing that deep performance diesel moan as smoke bellows from the tips...now that is a modification that diesel enthusiasts everywhere can appreciate!

Pros:

Good looks, screams diesel.

Cons:

Requires cutting holes in the bed. Stacks protrude through the bed of the truck, therefore taking up precious cargo space.

Possible Problems:

Keep the length of the stacks proportional to the size of the truck. Do you really want them sitting 5 feet above the cab?

Est. Gains:

Lots of turned heads.

Applications:

Power Stroke, Cummins, & Duramax

Additional Info:

Stacks come in many different sizes & shapes. If you do not find some that you like, make your own.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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