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2002 GMC Sierra Performance Exhaust Systems

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In the box

Reviewed By Herb M (GOUVERNEUR, NY) Reviewed for a 2002 GMC Sierra —9/21/2013 4:00 PM

The overall system is easy to install.The sound and throttle response is exactly what I was looking for.But, A few things left out of the box was nuts for 2 clamps and they don't give you new bolts to mount to the cat.I had to bend a section of pipe because it hit a cross member.After a trip to the hardware store for new bolts and nuts for the clamps I was good. The price I paid should of included a few more parts.

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simply the best

Reviewed By Brynn C (Bella Vista, AR) Reviewed for a 2002 GMC Sierra —6/2/2011 4:53 AM

The Banks exhaust is simply the best that money can buy. I've had several exhaust systems in my day including Flowmaster, Gibson, Magnaflow, Borla and Pypes. This is truly the finest set of pipes I have ever used. The sound is like no other exhaust you will hear on the road and the performance gains are second to none. I highly recommend. Autoanything.com is the absolute best retailer out there. I use them for all of my purchases. Thanks

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2002 GMC Sierra 1500 4x4

Reviewed By Dennis T (Olympia, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 GMC Sierra —11/17/2009 7:03 AM

The system came quickly and it was easy enough to install. I didn't have to cut the old system off as per directions. I think that due to the fact I had the truck up on 1ft. high ramps. I do have a suggestion for the manufacture of the exhaust system. Either extend the pipes from the muffler at least 1" on each end or make the exhaust pipes connecting to the muffler at least 1" longer so that the hanger at the rear tail pipe will line up with the stock hanger. This will omit the need for the rear clamp with the hanger pin welded to it. A cleaner looking job will result.This is not a problem if the system is welded at a muffler shop (Which I had done) because they were able to slide the pipe back far enough to line it up with the hanger and weld the pipes together, omitting the clamps. It looks factory and neat. Nice throaty sound but not too loud. Don't know if MPG increased yet because I haven't filled up since installation. Overall satisified and good value for the system.

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