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Diesel Exhaust Systems

Diesel exhaust systems allow you to get the most performance and sound out of your diesel truck. Your factory diesel exhaust system prioritizes a quiet sound and smooth operation - which isn't necessarily bad - but if you want a louder sound and more power, you need to change it up with a high performance aftermarket diesel exhaust system. AutoAnything carries numerous brands like Banks, Magnaflow, Flowmaster, MBRP and more. Different styles are available including turbo-back, DPF-back, axle-back, and cat-back setups, and most systems offer a choice of materials including aluminized steel, 409 stainless steel, and 304 stainless steel. Some systems are even available with your choice of black, polished, or designer tips for a unique look to match the sound. Still have questions? Call our friendly product experts at (800) 874-8888 and we will help pick the diesel exhaust system that is right for you.
Nothing gives you more power and better sound like a custom diesel exhaust! Almost all of our diesel exhaust systems are bolt-on installations with no drilling required. We offer the biggest diesel exhaust brands in the business - brands like Banks, Borla, MBRP and more.

Diesel Exhaust System Reviews
Check out this recent MBRP Diesel Exhaust Systems customer review: William H from Linden, NJ says "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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Gibson Exhaust Systems

Throaty, not obnoxious.

The system arrived promptly. The old system came off easily. Had to make one clean cut on driver's side pipe to remove it. The Gibson went on like warm butter on toast. The hardest part was getting the passenger side tip angled correctly. The sound is exactly what I wanted; deep, throaty, with a bark under acceleration, but not enough to have the neighbors hate me. Love it so far! View more reviews...
Posted By Kevin M (Windsor, VT) / April 16, 2022
2017 Dodge Durango
Borla Exhaust Systems


S-Type Split-Side Exit, Black Chrome. Sounds great. Burble at cold-start, quiet at idle, noise when you hit the throttle. Would buy again. 304 Stainless will last for years. Would buy again. Auto anything shipped it within 2 days and arrived within 3 - beat their estimate by over a week. Very happy. View more reviews...
Posted By Benjamin K (South Burlington, VT) / April 7, 2022
Flowmaster Exhaust Systems


I really like the low mellow tone of these mufflers View more reviews...
Posted By Steve W (OCALA , FL) / January 18, 2022
2012 GMC Yukon

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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

The Anatomy of an Exhaust System

Save The exhaust system is responsible for more than changing your vehicle’s pitch – it helps ensure optimum performance across a variety of surfaces. No matter the medium – from the dirt track to the strip to the street – the system can be tailored to match the application. Combustion, of course, begins in the […] The post The Anatomy of an Exhaust System appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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