Stacks may seem cool at first but I've got a few friends with them (2) and they both regret it now. They liken it to being that guy with the Trans-Am and the giant bird on the hood (remember those). They feel they out-grew the stacks within about 1 year of having them and now wish they had not spent the money on them. But to each his own and if you do it then do it right and be sure you have a nice street programmer for that unburnt fuel you want to see pouring out the top. I'd love to see video's of it if you end up going that route. Have fun no matter which way you go!
BTW, I have Bank's products and they are well thought-out. But they are expensive as mentioned earlier. I also research the heck out of stuff and got a Pac Brake instead of the Banks, so it shows that they don't always have the perfect setup for everything. The Banks cat-back 4" Monster exhaust is about the only thing I would not do again. No change in power, temps and only a bit in sound. Maybe I dropped the ball on that research. lol.
2016 3500 Laramie MC: Bilstein 5100's up front, 20" Fuel rims with 275/65-20 Micheline LTX MS/2 tires, Weathertec Floor mats, 45 gal RDS tank, Hensley TS3 hitch, Billet DEF and Diesel caps, DeeZee tailgate assist, Bull Ring retractable stake pockets, Amp Research steps, hybrid window tint.