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Volkswagen MBRP Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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MBRP Exhaust Systems Reviews


Reviewed By William H (Linden, NJ) Reviewed for a 1992 Volkswagen Jetta —8/27/2011 10:48 AM

Removal was fairly easy, had to cut old system in two places (where rusted)just to speed things up. Followed installation instructions with no problem. Had to loosen bracket on transmission that holds downpipe support which made connecting downpipe to turbo elbow alot easier (V-CLAMP). Had to straighten flange on downpipe and one pipe connection as they were bent during shipment. Put muffler in place supported by jackstand to obtain correct measurement before cutting extension pipe (shortbed only). Measured at least 10 times and still cut it too long, but easily corrected. I think the final cut length was 40 or 41 inches but not 100% sure. Tightened all clamps after adjusting all pipes, put tip on then tack welded each connection so they don't get loose. Also tack welded tip to prevent theft. Sounds great, alittle louder than i thought it would be but its OK.

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MBRP Angle Rolled Exhaust Tip Reviews

Mbrp tip looks good

Reviewed By Glenn M (Plattsmouth, NE) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —11/11/2015 8:43 PM

Definite upgrade from bare exhaust. Don't need chevy tip for $100, this is just as sharp. Not cheap. Solid value for chrome.

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MBRP Dual Wall Angle Exhaust Tip Reviews

Looks great!

Reviewed By Craig W (Littlefork, MN) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —11/7/2015 7:10 AM

Great looking addition to my truck. Did involve cutting about 4 inches or so off end of tailpipe. Accomplished with the use of stiff paper wrapped around the pipe as a guide to mark a cut line with a Sharpie and then cut off with a Sawsall. .

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