Reviewed By Charles O (Imperial, MO) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy HHR —11/20/2009 9:31 AM
The hardest part of the instalation was removing the stock exhaust.
Reviewed By Michael M (Martinsville, IN) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy HHR —8/31/2011 10:32 AM
Our old tip became pited and rusty so I was shopping for a new one. I didn't want another chrome one because of the rusting thing.. So I chose the polished stainless steel. That's what 's on the main engine and it's held up well for 8 years.. Did I mention that it was/is for a motorhome generator, the exhaust sets right up front and catches all the road dirt, so will see how it goes later on, but for now it's exactly what I wanted.. Easy to put on, fit perfect, and looks great.. Mike M..
Reviewed By Gary B (Worcester, MA) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Impala —4/17/2015 10:58 PM
I just purchased a new car that has dual exhaust. The factory pipes are unfinished and look cheesy. I went to all the local auto parts stores and found many different types and style tips, most were poor quality and had weak connection hardware. When I searched on line and found auto anything and read the revues for the Gibson Tips and checked out the construction, clamp system and warranty I called and ordered them. As advertised good quality, look great and easy to install (10min). Old school!