Flowmaster Exhaust Systems Customer Reviews
1370 Customer Reviews
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Make some space next to baseball, mom and apple pie: your Flowmaster Exhaust System belongs on the list of beloved things that define the Red, White and Blue.
You don't just get a little sound and power with Flowmaster's legendary kits—you get overwhelming horsepower gains, a handy boost in MPG, and the most famous exhaust tone in the automotive world. Not to mention, each Flowmaster Exhaust System is custom-bent from aluminized or stainless steel to fit your specific year, make and model vehicle.
Best yet, Flowmaster gives you choice: for an all-out loud exhaust system, go with Flowmaster American Thunder. The Flowmaster Pro Series is almost as loud, but boasts a deeper tone. Sport compacts, imports and Euro machines sound off with the Flowmaster dBX Series. And, for wicked performance with a mild tone, the Flowmaster Force II System is the way to go. Plus, you pick from single, dual, side and rear exits (depends on model). Each kit is powered by Flowmaster performance mufflers and comes with all the parts you need for a quick install.
Check out the hundreds of Flowmaster exhaust reviews below—racers & enthusiasts agree that Flowmaster is loud, powerful and uniquely American. Bolt-on your own Flowmaster Exhaust System today!
1370 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David T (ROCHESTER HILLS, MI) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Challenger — Friday at 5:05 PM
The outlaw exhaust was installed in less than 2 hrs, the deep bass growel sounds great, but when u rev it oh buddy ! My neighbors came outside to see what all the noise was, it just my new outlaws that's all!!
Reviewed by Thomas Z (PAWLING, NY) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Explorer — Friday at 9:13 AM
Exhaust provides a nice tone to the 4.0L V6 SUV. subtle performance change, yet noticeable. I am by no means a mechanic but with basic shop tools you can swap your old exhaust for a premium Flowmaster exhaust alone in 2-4hrs. Nice overall upgrade. Shipping to NY was about 8 days with standard free shipping.
Reviewed by michael l (Garnerville, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — Friday at 6:56 AM
Had MBRP. Made in Canada. Difficult install. Sound not aggressive enough for me. Recently got rear ended. MBRP system damaged. Took shot at ordering Stainless Outlaw System. Had FlowMaster in past(American Thunder) but not aggressive, and rotted in 1 1/2 years(didn't get stainless). Worth the gamble. Totally aggressive sound, install was easy, 3" full system, unlike most where pipes out of muffler are 2 1/2". Would recommend this system for anyone looking for their truck to sound like a truck.
Reviewed by John P (LITTLE EGG HARBOR TWP, NJ) Reviewed for a 1964 Pontiac LeMans — Friday at 3:37 AM
System was supposed to be direct fit. Front pipes and mufflers had to be switched to fit properly. Clamps broke.Some ddidn't match up and had to use the old ones. After almost two days finally installed. Sounds good but what a headache
Reviewed by Jimmy S (KEMPTON, PA) Reviewed for a 1996 Pontiac Firebird — Thursday at 8:27 PM
I had a lot of problems removing the old exhaust. It had 110k miles which is expected to be difficult, so I had to cut the old one off. Installation after that was a breeze! Took about an hour. Its all very good quality. The tips dont look bad for aluminized steel. The sounds is good, but its not crazy loud like some of the reviews say. Overall good exhaust!
Reviewed by kyle t (LAS CRUCES, NM) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Colorado — Oct 14, 2014 8:31 PM
This system is perfect. I was looking at the mbrp systems but I decided to go with the flow master last minute. And I couldn't be happier. It has a nice deep mellow tone at idle but once you give it gas people will know that it's not stock. It's sound amazing
Reviewed by Timothy K (Shrewsbury, MA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado — Oct 10, 2014 7:09 AM
Did the install on a '02 Silverado 1500 in the driveway. If you live in the snow belt, expect to break the studs when removing the old system. You'll need to grind off, drill out and replace with bolts. That was the worst of it.