Heartthrob True Dual Exhaust System Customer Reviews
35 Customer Reviews
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Gridlock on the highway is bad enough. When it happens in your exhaust system, though, you don’t just lose time—you’re zapped of power and fuel economy. Clear up the congestion with the Heartthrob True Dual Exhaust System. With an independent set of pipes on each side of your engine, you get soaring horsepower, bone-crunching torque and a menacing growl.
Tow harder, pass faster and avoid the pump. Your True Dual Exhaust makes your V8 run at peak efficiency. Each set is custom-crafted from 2 ¼” aluminized steel that’s CNC mandrel bent for optimal gas-passing and diminished backpressure.
Heartthrob gives you the power to pick the perfect True Dual Exhaust for your rig. For most vehicles, you can choose between glasspacks, stock double-offset mufflers or none at all. Also, you can opt for a classic rear-exit tailpipe setup or the daring side-swept style.
Take your mean machine to new levels of performance with the True Dual Exhaust System. Backed by a 1-year warranty.
Thanks to the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act: US Code – Title 15, Chapter 50, Sections 2301-2312, your vehicle’s factory warranty is protected by law when you add aftermarket parts. Details
35 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Forrest G (GREAT FALLS, MT) Reviewed for a 1989 Ford F-150 — Apr 02, 2014 6:29 AM
Quality of parts is good, and looks good. Havnt heard how it sounds yet. Had to remove part of the crossmember brace on my pickup; not the end of the world but NOT a "bolt on stock replacement" product. One critical pipe bend is about 10 degrees off and unusable. NO o2 bung on the down pipe. Since you have to reuse your manifold flanges this makes sense, but be aware, you weld one or take to exhaust shop and they weld one for you.
Reviewed by Tim H (WHITEFISH, MT) Reviewed for a 1987 Chevy C/K 1500 — Dec 19, 2013 8:49 AM
Nothing fits in the pick up I ordered it for the passenger side won't go past the transfer case. The driver side sits right on the linkage and I had to re bend not of it to make it work
Reviewed by Michael E (Temecula, CA) Reviewed for a 1967 Ford Bronco — Sep 10, 2013 10:32 AM
The tubing and the bends are very good and the system has a good appearance. However, and this is a BIG however. Heartthrob needs to be model specific. The left side was not even close to fitting as the stock header was for the single exhaust and designed to cross over to the passenger side. I had to locate a 1968 left side exhaust header and basically modify the whole set up to make it work. It would have been less work to have the exhaust done.
Reviewed by Donald M (PRINCETON, IN) Reviewed for a 1972 Chevy C/K Pickup — Apr 05, 2013 9:50 PM
This system is made with quality of workmanship. All pipe bends were right where they needed to be. I would recommend numbering the pipes so you know which side they go on. There was some trial and error with the installation. Once I had one side complete the other side installed quickly. Great product. Great price. great service. Thanks Autoanything and Heartthrob.
Reviewed by dave g (ALBION, NY) Reviewed for a 1986 Chevy Blazer — Mar 21, 2013 8:45 AM
Put system together with ease , had to do minor cutting and adjustments to get both sides even, the clamps that came with package were on the cheaper side so I used heavy duty from local shop and we welded the rest. The system does sound bad ass on my 86 Chevy K 5 blazer w/ 350.
Reviewed by robert s (RUSSELLVILLE, AR) — Feb 15, 2013 7:27 AM
This exhaust system does not fit a 1966 chevy truck at all, and although the pipes had to be severely modified, the basic components were there. You are better off having an exhaust shop build you an exhaust from scratch than waste your time buying this setup. It will not fit.
Reviewed by Stephen Z (Racine, WI) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Corvette — May 26, 2012 1:40 PM
This kit was very disappointing.The clamps they include are of a 5/16 diameter. These are typical at stores like Auto Zone or NAPA. Heartthrob should see the need to include 3/8 diameter "Heavy Duty" muffler clamps. The small version twist and flatten out with normal torque settings applied. Also the pipes supplied in the kit do not have the correct selection of bends to fit all Chevy Van applications. I would not recommend this system to anyone!!
Reviewed by Walter B (Belleville, MI) Reviewed for a 1983 Ford F-150 — Apr 12, 2012 9:24 AM
I installed this on my 83 F150 step side p/u. First I had to remover the support for the cross member. then per instructions. Mufflers should be installed center in/offset out. Wrong. They do not fir this way. Must go offset in/ center out. Then tail pipes dont quite fit right. One points down the other straight out. Online catalog says rear bumber exit also. They actually exit out the rear sides. Not to bad for the cost. For my abilities these problems were easily fixed. Minus the stitches in my thumb..