Reviewed By Robert D (SHENANDOAH, PA) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Charger —11/21/2015 4:04 AM
Great system with a awesome price, looks and sounds great. Had a garage do the install, took about 2 hours,
Reviewed By Patrick C (ALLEN, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Charger —7/6/2013 11:02 AM
The install took me 4 hours, 3 hours shorter than what people were telling me, and they look great on my car. For just being shorties, they perform amazing, I had previously had a cat back system and a super 44 flow master on it, so the headers complimented the rest of the exhaust very well. Don't believe what people tell you, shorties might not be long tubes but they still gain you some power and a great sound! Plus you don't have to add or replace anything on you're exhaust system!
Reviewed By Alex G (Lomita, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Charger —6/1/2011 8:14 PM
I just installed a Stainless Gibson Cat-back on my 2010 Charger. Its a nice package, and the price was right. But the finish on the mufflers was disappointing and the welds were painted. I actually took a magnet to the pipes to make sure they were actually stainless. Hangers are steel, clamps are crappy and had to throw them away. Install was not a breeze- but after 1 hour and some adjustment it fit OK. I needed to loosen the entire exhaust up to the manifolds and have 3 people twist move it around while I tighten everything up. I was very surprised how quiet it is - and not in a good way. My last car was a 2005 Magnum 5.7L and I put on a Magnaflow stainless system. It fit perfectly with no adjustment and the mufflers were polished and all the welds were stainless not painted. Finish on the whole system was much higher quality. It had slightly throatier sound as well. THe Gibson gets an OK rating because it works and sounds OK, but I won't buy Gibson again