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2002 Ford Ranger Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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Gibson: the good stuff!

Reviewed By Mike H (Irving, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger —5/24/2010 1:01 PM

OK, so I cheated a little: I had a local muffler shop install my Gibson system! So while I can't comment on its ease of install (my guy seemed to have no trouble with it), I can say it's a nice set-up that looks and performs well. The tip itself, which looks great, extends just slightly from out of the bodywork and the sound is throaty enough without being loud and obnoxious. I haven't yet done any real-world MPG comparisons; I just wanted a better look and sound, plus, my stock exhaust had taken a beating from several Colorado and Montana winters!

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Not too shabby

Reviewed By Matthew D (Portland, MI) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger —8/22/2009 2:15 PM

JBA came through on this exhaust, quiet so far, but a nice rumble on full throttle and at idle on my ranger with a 3.0 liter. The only issues I have with it is the exhaust tubing is aluminized steel and not stainless (which is only the casing on the muffler and the tip) and the tailpipe is too long and hitting my hitch. However I am glad to not have my ears bleeding from driving my truck.

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Challenger Exhaust

Reviewed By Keith C (Waldorf, MD) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford Ranger —5/19/2009 10:52 AM

I was looking for an exhaust for my 2009 Challenger SRT that would give me a little more power and a better sound then the stock pipes. After much reading and several YouTube videos of Challenger exhaust installations and sound clips, I decided to go with Magnaflow Performance Exhaust part #16886. The system looked easy enough to install, but I didn't have a good (safe) way to get the car off the ground. I went to my local performance shop where I have all my vehicles serviced and paid $128.00 to have the new pipes installed with the OEM tips. At idle there's not much difference from the stock muffers, but when you "get on it" the sound is great. My wife was following me home from the shop and with the windows up and the radio on, she said it was to loud. I of course disagreed with her opinion and think it sounds like a Challenger should sound - powerful! Although I always think car parts are to expensive, AutoAnything did give me a nice discount to make the whole purchase a great one. I really enjoy my new exhaust and can't wait to purchase a new performance part for my SRT from AutoAnything.

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