Reviewed By Andres S (Jackson Heights, NY) Reviewed for a 2003 GMC Yukon XL —10/7/2013 8:28 PM
Reviewed By Joe S (Boulder, CO) Reviewed for a 2001 GMC Yukon XL —2/3/2010 1:47 PM
Wanted to spruce of the old rig, 2001 GMC Yukon Denali XL, so asked a lot of car guys for advise. The 70 Series seemed to be the choice. The XL is the family car and not a muscle car. Autoeverything price can't be beat. Meineke did an install for $50 as it was essentially a swap. They needed to flute the pipes a bit as stock is 2 5/8 and 70 Series are 2 1/4. Dual in, dual out into a Y with a single exhaust. Experts appear split on benefits of dual exhaust, bigger sound, maybe little power boost. Dual exhaust pipes would have cost another $300 or so. Sounds great and heads turn, but inside the rumble is pleasant. A bigger sound might be great at first, but conversation in the car would suffer. Kept the factory pipes, single outlet. I love starting up the Yukon and I feel the extra power for sure. I can really feel the power on climbs. Also put in an oversized K&N airfilter.
Reviewed By David V (MANLIUS, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee —4/17/2018 2:37 AM
Flowmaster mufflers have always been quality, but most often more than I wanted to spend. When I finally bit the bullet and bought one, it exceeded my expectations. It has a nice deep rumble that is not overly loud or offensive but about as loud as I want it to be. Sounds perfect for my straight 6 cylinder jeep.