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2010 Ford Expedition Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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Gibson Exhaust Systems Reviews

Awesome Upgrade

Reviewed By Donald H (Great Falls, MT) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Expedition —9/29/2015 7:04 AM

This was my first cat back exhaust install and I did it in my driveway on jack stands. It was a challenge to get the clearance to work the exhaust over the rear axle but wow was it worth it. This system is the perfect balance of rumble and quite riding. My wife was worried that it would be to loud but it is perfect. I paired it up with a spectre CAI and they compliment each other really well. Now its time for a chip!

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Magnaflow Performance Mufflers Reviews

Exactly what I was looking for.

Reviewed By James L (VIRGINIA BEACH, VA) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Expedition —6/25/2013 6:17 AM

Wanted to add a little bit of an exhaust sound to my Expedition without getting the drone that my dual exhaust F150 has. This Magnaflow muffler is the longest one they make to ensure it is quiet on the highway. It has a great V-8 growl on startup and acceleration with no baffled echo like my other vehicle does with it's flowmaster. Top it off with getting the muffler on sale, and I'm a new Magnaflow fan.

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Flowmaster 50 Series Delta Flow Mufflers Reviews

Good deep sound..... lots of drone at 2000rpm

Reviewed By Andrew H (Lafayette, IN) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Expedition —8/22/2012 1:00 PM

Had the muffler welded into my stock exhaust system w/out much trouble ($50 at local shop). It has a good growl on start up, & at cruising speed there is almost zero noise in the cab. Only complaint is that its a little heavy(for my taste) on interior droning between 1900 & 2100 RPMs. Other than that it sounds great! I put a couple coats of engine paint on it prior to installation in hopes that it would help keep it from rusting, as I've read some tend to do after a few years.

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