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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #612211 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Lance B (Mendon, UT) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Frontier — Mar 31, 2011 6:23 PM
Well engineered good quality product. It took more time to remove the old system than install the new Gibson system. Suggest you use a saw-all and cut the old exhaust pipe in several places rather than loosening the clamps and trying to pull the pipes apart. I was disapointed in the tone of the exhaust. Not much different than the stock exhaust note.
Reviewed by chris c (Matthews, NC) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Frontier — Mar 29, 2011 5:45 AM
This Gibson s. steel system was a little pricy, but it looks much better then the stock system and is much more free flowing. The system sounds good and has a mild increase overall. The install was very easy with no problems. It's too soon to report much in the way of performance gains, but the gas mileage seems better. I would recommend this system if you have the money and like tinkering with your truck.
Reviewed by Darren B (Ewing, NJ) Reviewed for a 2009 Nissan Frontier — Jan 16, 2010 2:06 PM
Just had this installed, it is straight forward enough to install yourself but it is just too cold this time of year. The system has a nice deep growl to it but is not overly loud. The stainless steel will hopefully keep this from rusting up for awhile. Overall a nicely made exhaust kit, though I would not expect to get any significant power gains from it.
Reviewed by Kelvin H (Rochester, NY) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Frontier — Jul 14, 2007 9:47 AM
I ordered the Gibson Stainless, single outlet system. Components are good quality, good welds. Fit pretty good, flanges lined up well. I used new gaskets just to make sure of no problems. Had to bend all mounting points to get fit as I wanted it and had to clock the muffler to about 2 o'clock to get the best fit. Other then that, no problems. Maybe because mine is a Nismo model. Sound is definitely louder, but not excessive. No resonance in the cab at cruise speeds, quiet then. Only small performance gain, little disappointing for that. I ran the truck at the 1/4 mile dragstrip before and after the install. Only a 1 mph gain, but 2 tenths in time. I also installed a Volant cold air intake at the same time, so I can't separate the gain from each. Truck lost a little from the very bottom end but midrange and top end feel stronger. Should be expected with the large pipes. I've been running it a month now, apperance holding up very well, diddn't hurt gas mileage, maybe 1 mpg better....and I check every tank. Overall I would recommend the Gibson system.
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