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JBA Performance Exhaust Part #40-3009 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Michael P R (Bulverde, TX) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Sierra — Sep 27, 2011 8:18 AM
The overall system looks very good and all welds are top quality. The rear hanger does not exactly line up with the hanger on my 2003 GMC pickup, but we made it work. The system has a very nice, low sound and is not overly loud. The one I installed had a tinny rattle at idle, but I was able to get it out by moving the tailpipe a bit further inboard. Overall, good buy and thus far I am very pleased with it.
Reviewed by Matt D (SOUTHINGTON, CT) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Sierra — Mar 18, 2011 6:00 AM
After doing a bunch of research I am VERY happy with the JBA Headers single exit for my '05 Sierra ECSB 5.3 4x4. It sounds awesome, but is NOT overbearing or too loud. Inside you can have fully normal confersations and you don't get a headache. Installation was easy as pie, but taking the old system off was a pain.. The only thing I didn't like, was how far the tip stuck out of the side of the truck. Even after fiddling with the entire system, it still didn't look right. So I purchased a turndown which now creates a clean (no exhaust exit) look. The turndown is directly after the rear axle, on the passenger side. But trust me, this system is WELL worth the money. -Matt
Reviewed by Dennis T (Olympia, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 GMC Sierra — Nov 17, 2009 7:03 AM
The system came quickly and it was easy enough to install. I didn't have to cut the old system off as per directions. I think that due to the fact I had the truck up on 1ft. high ramps. I do have a suggestion for the manufacture of the exhaust system. Either extend the pipes from the muffler at least 1" on each end or make the exhaust pipes connecting to the muffler at least 1" longer so that the hanger at the rear tail pipe will line up with the stock hanger. This will omit the need for the rear clamp with the hanger pin welded to it. A cleaner looking job will result.This is not a problem if the system is welded at a muffler shop (Which I had done) because they were able to slide the pipe back far enough to line it up with the hanger and weld the pipes together, omitting the clamps. It looks factory and neat. Nice throaty sound but not too loud. Don't know if MPG increased yet because I haven't filled up since installation. Overall satisified and good value for the system.
Reviewed by Walter W (South Wales, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — May 02, 2008 8:57 AM
Good product, well made, and easy to install. MPG is a little improved, maybe .5mpg better. pulls longer in 3rd gear up hills before needing to downshift to second. Great sound, not too loud at @65mph.
Reviewed by Daniel S (Columbus, IN) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado — Nov 15, 2007 3:44 AM
Installation was VERY easy! Removal of my old system was the biggest snag. Nice throaty sound with a bit of drone at 35-55 mph. Haven't towed with it on yet so the drone will likely be louder while towing. Very nice system. Great value for the money!
Reviewed by Andrew E (Hilton, NY) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Oct 11, 2007 8:57 AM
Very nice quality. The muffler is a K&N stainless and is loud at start up/idle. Cruising speed is quieter. No great power increase, but a nice set-up that brings better MPG.It is worth the money and time spent switching from the heavy and restrictive stock unit.
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