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Gibson Exhaust Systems Reviews


Gibson Dual Side Swept Exhaust 2016 Colorado Crew Cab

Reviewed By Robet D (Fredericksburg, VA) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Colorado —6/29/2016 3:13 AM

Install was a little challenging in that I had to cut 12 inches off the front pipe that fit models with a 6 foot bed versus my 5.3 foot standard crew cab. I found it easier to install the twin pipes into the muffler and bolt them together before attaching the muffler to the front pipe on the truck. A little noisier than I prefer but I'll get used to it. Looks great!

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Magnaflow Exhaust Systems Reviews


magnaflow

Reviewed By kristian l (MIRAMAR, FL) Reviewed for a 2016 Ford Focus —6/28/2016 10:41 PM

just installed my magnaflow on my focus yesterday, the install took a few hours with some friends, wasn't too too difficult. looks great and sounds great though! 0 drone! it isn't too loud and isn't too quiet either.

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Flowmaster Exhaust Systems Reviews


Cat Back Exhaust - Force II Series, Nice!

Reviewed By Bob G (Corydon, IN) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado —6/28/2016 8:38 AM

The stock headers and y pipe really attenuate sound. The Flowmaster sounds great! It enhances the nice rumble of the 6.2L. Build quality is excellent, installation was a breeze. I shattered a sawzall blade cutting the enormous stock pipe. Be careful. My blade wasn't long enough to pierce the other wall of the pipe at it's widest point. Instead the blade hit the wall and shattered. I finished cutting the stock pipe with a hacksaw.

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