Reviewed By Andres F (Turlock, CA) Reviewed for a 1991 Chevy Blazer —5/23/2016 7:53 PM
No other option when it comes to headers for my 91 k5 blazer, smog legal for Cali residents.
Reviewed By Luke B (DAVIDSONVILLE, MD) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Blazer —1/3/2017 4:20 AM
I am completely satisfied with my Flowmaster 44 series muffler, it gives my s10 Blazer a nice low but deep rumble at idle and a moderate tone at highway speeds, plus it it increases the reaction time on low end acceration.The installation took a little bit more time than normal only cause I MIG welded it and was also trying to diagnose my battery when I wanted to test it before I weld it, not to mention the tight spaces for welding it (I don't have a lift nor did I think about making ramps)
Reviewed By JARLATH E (VISTA, CA) Reviewed for a 1996 Chevy Blazer —3/19/2016 12:54 PM
The converter bolted on with no problems, it should come with bolts and the rubber insulator for the hanging brackets. If they are not included you need a special tool to remove the original converter. At least you should advise the home instalor they may need them the original equipment run from $35.00 to $50.00 and only stocked in Michigan. I found a exhaust shop that sold them to me for $12.00, but it delayed my completing the installation a day.