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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #69516 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Byron H (PAPILLION, NE) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-150 — Dec 04, 2012 6:08 AM
Installed this to replace my restrictive stock exhaust. It is everything it was advertised to be. It's is very high quality and the sound is what I was hoping for a very aggressive tone. I also installed a K&N air intake and ther is a noticeable performance increase haven't notice any increase in mileage yet. This system was very easy to install and it looks great. I am very pleased with Autoanything and Gibson. I have and will continue to recommend Gibson exhaust.
Reviewed by Brian W (Columbia, MD) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F-150 — Sep 26, 2009 7:24 PM
I was looking to get my truck (F150 4.2 V6) sounding more like a truck, with that low rumbling. I get that sound with this setup, but only at low rpms, at higher rpms it sounds like those cheap mufflers kids throw on their civics. I knew there was really nothing I could do to make my V6 sound like a V8, so my expectations were not too high, but still I was hoping for a bit more. I ran into a few problems during the install, but not because the setup was lacking at all. It's an easy setup to install, the hardest part is getting the stock exhaust out. The adapter that comes with this setup fits, but not flush so I will need to seal it, but I would expect this with any bolt on system. Welding would be the ideal solution. I do feel an increase in horsepower, which is always nice.
Reviewed by Jeffrey A (Pine Bluffs, WY) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford F-150 — Jan 31, 2009 10:37 AM
I ordered the Gibson "Super Truck" exhaust system for my stepside Ford replacing a DanaMax system. Through no fault of their own, the system was not shipped from Gibson as promised, but it was shipped within two weeks of the order. The Super Truck system did require a head pipe from the "cats" to the muffler; no problem as I saved the pipe from the previous system (3" stainless) and purchased a sleeve to join the systems together. The torque and horsepower increased...big time. Fuel mileage did increase, if I keep my foot out of it, by about 2mpg. It is not real loud, but others hearing the rumble know the difference. It looks good and sounds great, and boy does it perform...
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