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stacks w/ snorkel

ive been debateing this for awhile. could you run stacks with a snorkel?? would the exhaust interfere in any way??
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I don't think so. I guess you're refering to the intake being too close to the exhaust and sucking it back in the motor. Moving there shouldn't be a problem but if you run stacks with a turn towards the back you most likely will be good all the time.
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Just a little bit more EGR, lol...
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That could be cool! What size pipe would you go with?
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Just a little bit more EGR, lol...
LOL yeah pretty much,

If the snorkle is in the front while you are moving I would think all the exhaust would just blow back and not enter the intake.
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Do a good "How to" on the snorkle.
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im thinking goin 2 1/4 for the pipes i believe stock was 2"
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I thought stock was 2-1/4. I may be wrong.

If you're gonna do stacks, do at MINIMUM a 3" OD tube....I'd say more like 4" if you want it to look decent.
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Also be sure to allow proper clearance around them, and put perforated shields around them to allow cooling air flow.

Shields up!
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im not doin it for looks just wanna keep the exhaust out of the water
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