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Magnaflow Exhaust Systems Part #15811 Customer Reviews
12 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by TJ H (Northport, AL) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tacoma — Feb 09, 2012 8:19 PM
And nothing but good to say. The added power and performance was noticed instantly. The installation took about 3 hours by myself and wasn't to difficult besides the seized bolts holding stock together. All together I am very pleased with this product and if you call or live chat they will even let you use discount promo codes. Just have to ask nicely.
Reviewed by Thomas K (Bloomfield, NY) — Oct 19, 2011 8:57 AM
Magnaflow did not provide any instructions for the installation. Their system does not go in the stock location. After talking to their tech people and getting some pictures I was able to complete the install. It does sound pretty good!
Reviewed by Norman C (Arlington, VT) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tacoma — Mar 12, 2011 3:53 PM
I was disappointed to see weld splatter/BB's on the polished exhaust tip. There was also some splatter on the pipe were they welded in bung for the oxygen sensor. I just thought this should not happen with a quality stainless exhaust system. Another item is the clearance between the pipe that exits the muffler and and a frame cross member is so close that you will hear a rattle/vibration at times. The OEM pipe goes over the back axel but this one goes between the leaf spring and axel. Will have to see if it gets pinched with heavy load. The 2 supplied clamps are stainless but the bolts are not. Go figure. And a new gasket between new system and existing pie would have been nice.
Reviewed by Robert D (Newberry, FL) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 11, 2009 5:59 AM
Out of all the reviews and countless videos, I decided to go with MAGNAFLOW. The sheer performance, high quality and support from others sold me on this cat-back system. I did find that the inlet pipe needed to be about .5 - 1" longer (before the first bend) so the pipe will clear the frame (when mounting the muffler horizontally). Once switching the muffler to a vertical setup, the clearance was fine. The "tucked" tail pipe closer to the frame is a nice look (of course, it has enough clearance so that there is no body damage from the exhuast). Overall, I am impressed with the performance of this system. The sound is nice when accelerating and quiet when traveling at a constant speed. I can def. tell a difference, across the RPMs, that the exhaust is exiting more efficiently.
Reviewed by Theodore C (Bensenville, IL) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tacoma — Nov 05, 2008 2:09 PM
To start out with I'm comparing this exhaust to a Flomaster kit I put on my Silverado.I ordered the enitre exhaust from the collector all the way back. The system consisted of 2 cats and the muffler kit. The cats did not come with any hardware or gaskets and the welds were poor where the o2 sensors went in. The muffler kit did not come with any gaskits either and had instructions in it for a Volkswagen Jetta. Over all the kit was easy to install even without instructions, and looked good. However if I could do it again I would probably buy another Flowmaster kit seeing that it comes with gaskets and hardware.
Reviewed by Jeff E (Gig Harbor, WA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tacoma — Apr 03, 2008 8:24 AM
The pipe off the cat and before the muffler sit to close the the frame. Anything but perfect idle and smooth roads and it vibrates against the frame. Adjustments to the hangers needed to lower the pipe in the problem area.
Reviewed by RINO G (Hudson, NH) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Tacoma — Apr 03, 2008 2:28 AM
It took more time to cut the old one off than to install the new one. Fit Perfectly. Some necessary parts were not supplied with new system. Like: Stainlees steel bolts & nuts for the connection to the CAT New Cat connection gasket New O2 sensor nuts & new gasket These parts should be suppied with the system. The cost was about $20 but had to go drive aroud to get them. My rating would have been all "Excellent" had they been included.
Reviewed by Stanley E (Huntington Beach, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tacoma — Jan 22, 2008 10:29 PM
My first ever Exhaust System, having known many I really think I'm better off now having bought one for myself. I see and hear the dramatic improvement in performance in my vehicle. All in all, I really believe I have made a wise choice.
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