Reviewed By james y (Columbia, MO) Reviewed for a 1999 Dodge Durango —4/12/2010 2:22 PM
sounds awesome, not too loud or too quiet. added 2 mpg too!
Reviewed By Blake C (Greenwood, IN) Reviewed for a 1999 Dodge Durango —6/25/2009 7:55 AM
I have a '99 dodge durango with a cold air intake and throttle body spacer, after I installed the flowmaster high end power was noticable, but low end power was lost. The throttle response (low end) was not as sharp when accelerating. However, it does sound great with the well known deep rumble that only flowmaster can deliver. All in All, the exhaust is a plus and the loss of some low end power should be expected bc the engine is now breathing better, WHICH DOES cause gas milage to increase, and it also (which was surprising) allows the vehicle to coast with less gear restriction (there is less resistance from the engine when coasting, helping MPG). As far as installation goes, the hardest part is cutting off the old exhaust (P.S. use a sawsall).
Reviewed By Everly B (flagstaff, AZ) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Durango —9/10/2016 11:13 PM
First off, instructions say "bolt on", this does not "bolt on". You will need a hacksaw and some automotive knowledge. It's easy, but that needs to be known. This exhaust sounds great without being obnoxious. I was eyeing some cat back systems but have read a lot about people having drone issues due to the MDS so I opted for keeping the stock "briefcase" under the truck. Installed in about an hour or so. Measure twice, cut once. All in all I really like this setup.