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1995 GMC Yukon Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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PaceSetter Shorty Headers Reviews


Bang for your buck!

Reviewed By Josh M (Williamsburg, KY) Reviewed for a 1995 GMC Yukon —3/29/2011 7:43 AM

Overall these are very good headers for the money. They came with an instruction sheet and all hardware necessary for installation. If you get the black finish on the headers it WILL burn off, however knowing this ahead of time allowed me to prepare for it by buying high temp grill/furnace paint to re-coat them after driving them a few days. Two things I would mention, the kit does not come with any lock washers for the header bolts. Second, be prepared for the black paint to burn off and decide ahead of time to either let it go or pull them off and paint them. I've had mine almost 2 weeks now and they look great. They sound great and have no leaks. Overall a very good buy for the money.

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Flowmaster Exhaust Systems Reviews


05 yukon

Reviewed By Sean d (Chicopee, MA) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Yukon —12/24/2014 5:33 PM

Well made and the tone of the exhaust is not excessive, it sounds good and fit tightly but correctly.

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Gibson Exhaust Performance Headers Reviews


Gibson headers on 04 GMC Yukon Denali 6.0

Reviewed By Clint B (POCATELLO, ID) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Yukon —8/29/2014 1:53 PM

I knew what I was getting as this is the third set of shorties I've put on a GM vehicle. This is the first set of Gibson's though. They make a nice solid product. I could immediately feel the increase in hp and torque. Install went well. My one knock is the instructions say to reuse the factory flange gaskets. That sounded like a bad idea, so I called Gison to verify and they said to replace them if over 100k miles. Just buy new ones anyways at any auto parts store for $7 a piece.

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