Reviewed By Ben O (Arnold, MO) Reviewed for a 1996 Chevy Impala —4/29/2011 8:21 PM
Overall good exhaust. Fitment will require knowledgable person
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!
Reviewed By paul o (LAS VEGAS, NV) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Impala —1/21/2015 1:45 AM
I bought the s40's thinking that it was near the lowest #= deepest sound as higher the model number the quieter it is, however 40 then 44 the 10 in order. I took off the resonator on my 2012 chevy impala and it sounds like a v8, with Injenr X-1017-BB - EA Nanofiber Dry Air Filter /or K&N (oil based cotton,, this thing growls an flow mor air. I do get a power kick out of it and not to obnoxious unless im "getting on it"! super40 with resonator sounded almost like stock,for me this is Grrreat!