Reviewed By Wade H (Florissant, MO) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Charger —5/25/2015 10:33 PM
bought for 2014 R/T. Installed it today in my apartment parking lot. Get some jack-stands and some basic hand tools, then give yourself about 4-7 hrs and it can be done. Good fit and finish, clamps are great, easy to follow instructions. Little bit difficult to get the clearances it suggests, but any tool friendly person should be able to install it. Ohh, Great Sound too. Tad bit raspy, but very muscle.
Not a major sound difference F350 6.0
Reviewed By Luis V (West Newton, MA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-350 —5/19/2015 5:27 PM
I bought this hoping that it would let the engine growl but its actually hard to tell much difference from the stock exhaust. There is a slight difference in tone but you really need to listen for it. If I knew it was going to sound so close to the stock exhaust I would not have bought it.
Cat back Exhaust
Reviewed By John C (WICHITA, KS) Reviewed for a 2006 Hummer H2 —5/16/2015 9:07 PM
The Exhaust looked high quality and pretty easy to install. Only problem was the brack welded on the tail pipe as welded in the wrong place. Couldn't get it hook to the rubber hanger. It does sounded good