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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #7500 Customer Reviews
1 Customer Review
Reviewed by Jason O (Tigard, OR) — Jul 03, 2007 9:15 PM
The old exhaust came out in one piece with the rear end up on jackstands. The Gibson easily bolts right in the old spot. Overall install was 1.5 hours, the longest part was getting the angles and spacing perfect on the dual angled split system. The sound is perfect all the time and it really comes to life with a lead foot. No annoying drone, especially at freeway cruising speeds like other systems. Definite HP and MPG increase, and when grouped with an intake it's even better. Mid-range power really increased leading to less down shifting and lower rpm's (200-250 when cruising). Overall, best bang for you $$$. You won't be dissapointed!!!
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