Gibson Cat back
Reviewed By Mark C (AUSTIN, TX) —5/26/2015 10:59 AM
Just installed the Gibson cat back dual mufflers on my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee It has the v8 Hemi and I wanted a more aggressive sound. The exhaust note is noticeably louder , but not annoying at highway speeds.Installation took a couple of hours of wrestling on my back, but fitment was perfect, I used a hacksaw , which was not fun.If I did it again, I would use a grinder with a metal cutoff wheel. Use caution , as the cut made, is very close to the rear axel boots.
Metal mulish a review
Reviewed By William L (SCHNECKSVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 —5/20/2015 4:01 AM
removed old system easy enough,and started to install the new system. system fit was easy and went together easy enough i did not like the band strap and unfortunately it failed within a few miles i did tighten it as best as possible but suggest using u clamps i did not like the high sound and drone so i had a local muffler shop install a 6 in oval 18 in long magnaflow on the mid pipe that put the sound level and drone to an acceptable level i also tack welded each connection for safety