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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #319997 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joshua D (San Jose, CA) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Explorer — Oct 11, 2009 5:21 PM
First off to take off the old exhaust system, the instructions given recommends that you have a hacksaw to remove it. Don't buy a hacksaw or use one if you have one. Go with a grinder, it will make life easier trust me. Once the exhaust was cut in the appropriate spots to remove it, it was easy sailing from there. It's true what everyone says, "installing the new exhaust is much easier than removing the stock system. After the exhaust system was installed, made my truck sound less of a pussy and more like a mean machine. Has a great mellow sound at ignition and best sounds are around 2,000-3,500 RPM. At highways speeds (avg. 65mph) it is not too loud. Just enough sound to make people know you don't have some stock system. Definite noticable power. Can overtake on highways with ease. This system is great, i would recommend it to anyone with a Sport Trac.
Reviewed by Charles S (Mundelein, IL) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Focus — Aug 08, 2008 4:05 PM
Even though my SUV has over 97,000 miles and 6 grueling northern Illinois winters on it, the removal of the old exhaust and subsequent installation of the new Gibson performance system was a snap! Very clear instructions and a precise fitting. I've noticed a 2% increase in my mileage already! The 4.0 V6 has a very nice growl to it; not too loud and definitely NOT a "fart" muffler.
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