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Gibson Exhaust Systems Reviews

Great sounding! Easy to install

Reviewed By Mark B (berwick, ME) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Sierra —10/5/2015 12:20 PM

Other than the cheap clamps (broke two on install) this is a nice system. Ended up welding it together. Love the sound...not too loud but very deep.

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Flowmaster Exhaust Systems Reviews

Perfect fit!

Reviewed By Jeff S (WATERFORD, NY) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-150 —10/5/2015 7:26 AM

Recently replaced the existing cat back Flowmaster exhaust (dual system) with the Force 2 series product ( part #17403- single 3" pipe) on my 2005 Ford F-150. Cant say enough how easy the new system went on after cutting off the old exhaust from the y-pipe behind the cats. Complete instructions (although I didn't really need them) and all the correct parts. Nice mellow exhaust note as well. Very happy with the product!

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Banks Monster Exhaust System Reviews

Great sound on 5.0 F150

Reviewed By Mark K (St Charles, IL) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —10/3/2015 4:57 PM

This is a quality made exhaust that has a nice deep tone at idle. It sounds awesome when you step on it, and it is quieter at cruising speeds. I installed with a k&n CAI. Between the two, I noticed a solid 1 mpg increase. I am not an aggressive driver so take that for what it's worth. Also, the install directions leave out that when removing the stock exhaust, you have to turn it a 1/4 turn counter-clockwise to remove. There is a pin that holds stock exhaust between resonator and muffler.

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