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Honda Ridgeline Borla Performance Industries Performance Exhaust Systems

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Borla Exhaust Systems Reviews


Borla Exhaust

Reviewed By Anthony L (TARPON SPRINGS, FL) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Ridgeline —3/28/2016 6:28 PM

This system was very easy to install it came with everything needed, and The instructions were on point. I did not even have to lift or jack up the vehicle. I did the complete install while lying om my garage floor. the entire job took less than 90 minutes and I am 60 years old. It looks great, you really can't hear a difference unless you get on it then you hear and feel the difference.

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Flowmaster Exhaust Systems Reviews


Ridgeline DBX

Reviewed By Richard B (Hedgesville, WV) Reviewed for a 2006 Honda Ridgeline —3/19/2016 6:40 AM

Have owned my '06 Ridgeline since new in '05. Nothing wrong with the exhaust system, just not masculine enough. Was looking for a dual exhaust system but unable to find same without custom manufacture. Checked YouTube for systems were and sound. Elected to go with the Flowmaster DBX single exhaust system. About 1 1/2 hours to install. Sound is as anticipated. Good throaty rumble. Does not activate car alarms like my Corvette system did, but it does have the throaty sound desired.

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Magnaflow Exhaust Systems Reviews


Rather have a muffler shop do it!!

Reviewed By Peter B (FORT LAUDERDALE, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Ridgeline —12/25/2015 7:44 AM

After working under my truck for 2 hours I put the original exhaust back on and took the Magnaflow to the muffler shop. This cost me an additional $150 to fit. The muffler shop had to cut the stainless steel flange off the Magnaflow exhaust. (It was just too small) Then cut the flange off the original exhaust and weld it to the Magneflow. They also had to heat the last muffler support with a cutting torch to bend it in place to prevent it from rubbing on the body work. So unless you have all the

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