Reviewed By R (Bloomington, IN) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado —12/18/2014 6:13 PM
Love it and it has a good throaty sound and very aggressive sound!
Reviewed By Sean B (Lancaster, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram —12/16/2014 10:23 PM
The most difficult part of the installation was removing the stock exhaust. Installing the Flowmaster kit was easy enough, but no matter how much I tweaked and adjusted the tailpipes I could not get the tips centered perfectly on the bumper cutouts. Also, they stick out about 1 1/2 inches further than the stock tips. I'm going to take it to a muffler shop and have them center and shorten the outlets and weld everything. Sounds good, and even better with my new K&N intake!!
Find the Perfect Flowmaster Muffler Tone for Your Ride
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