Gibson Exhaust Systems Customer Reviews
1095 Customer Reviews
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Better buckle up. After you bolt on your Gibson Exhaust System, you're in for the ride of a lifetime. From lightning-fast launches to effortless towing, Gibson Exhaust releases a power-packed punch of horsepower and torque, making your rig run faster, smoother and more efficiently.
High- quality is the hallmark of every Gibson Exhaust System. Each kit is custom engineered for a seamless fit. Every piece of pipe is mandrel-bent for smooth exhaust flow. Plus, the SuperFlow mufflers' straight-through design virtually eliminates backpressure for free-flowing performance and a distinctive growl.
Crafted in an assortment of performance-engineered styles, there's a Gibson Exhaust System for every taste. Go for the Swept Side, Dual Sport, Dual Extreme, Split Rear or Super Truck systems—all featuring your choice of standard aluminized steel or long-lasting 409L stainless steel tubing. Includes factory-style hangers and clamps for a straight-forward installation. What's more, Gibson backs your Exhaust System with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
1095 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Stephen H (SUN PRAIRIE, WI) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Ridgeline — Thursday at 1:29 PM
Exhaust is very clean sounding. Installation was easy and the fit is jus as good as stock one. Throttle response at low rpm has increased and the sound isn't to loud and it doesnt sound like your throwing rice out of it like some higher pitched ones. Exactly what I wanted couldnt ask for more
Reviewed by Frank U (Andover, CT) Reviewed for a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Aug 11, 2014 11:30 AM
Installation not super difficult but directions for cutting existing pipe are inexact and hard to follow. I found that measuring from center of forward hanger to step in slip on section was much easier and resulted in a perfect cut. A little disapointed in sound, very little difference at idle, a very slight drone and burble at cruising speeds and a little burble on decel. On the plus side gas milage has improved about 1 MPG and the exhaust tips look much better than stock.
Reviewed by Lee M (Pleasant Hill, IA) Reviewed for a 2014 GMC Sierra — Aug 10, 2014 2:25 PM
I have never bought gibson exhaust until I read about there product . I ordered there 3.5 single exhaust and when I got it I went right into installing it it was one of the easiest installs I have done it took about 1hr or so. After getting it all done I went for a ride and loved it it is deep sound at slow speeds not to loud and quiet at hi interstate speed. Did not notice a lot of power gain but to be expected out of only exhaust . I would buy there product again :)
Reviewed by Michael B (ANCHORAGE, AK) Reviewed for a 2013 GMC Sierra — Aug 10, 2014 11:46 AM
I am totally happy with the Gibson Dual Exhaust System. It did take me most of the afternoon to remove the stock exhaust and install new dual exhaust. But the sound and look is great.
Reviewed by Christien N (SPOKANE, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado — Aug 09, 2014 8:54 PM
Sounds and performs great on my 2002 Chevy Silverado 1500 HD. This truck model is difficult to find the proper exhaust system fitment. Autoanything had it. Was a little more than the hearthrob, but they didn't offer a 6.0 fitment. I Added a spectre air intake and GTE module chip. The motor in the HD is the 6.0 vortec. When you add those three components, Air intake, chip and exhaust it makes the vehicle hyper tuned blowing everyone off the line.
Reviewed by Ricardo G (North Bergen, NJ) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Expedition — Aug 07, 2014 8:35 PM
At first I was hoping for my Expedition to make some more noise than what I'm getting however after driving the truck for a long drive and locally I'm very happy with what I got. I even noticed just a tad better fuel economy. It's a bit louder than the stock exhaust and not as loud as some of the other "cat back" systems. I got my money's worth, even the guys at the shop were shocked when they found out I spent under $300 for my exhaust.