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Gibson Exhaust Systems - 16592

Cat-Back Exhaust
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  • $436.99
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  • Style:
    3" Single swept side exit (Aluminized)
  • Part #:
  • Exits Behind Passenger Side Rear Tire
  • Tubing diameter: 3.00" aluminized mandrel bent tubing
  • Muffler specifications:
    • Inlet: 3.00" center
    • Outlet: 3.00" center
    • Body height: 8.00"
    • Body length: 24.00"
    • Body shape: Round
    • Exhaust sound: Aggressive
  • Tip specifications:
    • Inlet: 3.00"
    • Outlet: 3.50"
    • Length: 12.00"
    • Finish: Polished
    • Material: 304 Stainless steel
    • Shape: Round
    • Cut: Slash-cut
    • Attachment: Clamp-on
  • Download installation instructions (PDF)

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Gibson Exhaust Systems Part #16592 Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by john k (Greenville, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Dodge Dakota — Dec 24, 2009 10:02 PM

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

Adds power and sounds great what else do you need.

Gibson Swept Side on '03 Dakota QuadCab 3.9L

Reviewed by Stephen A. W (McDonough, GA) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Dakota — Dec 28, 2007 12:09 PM

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

Actual installation was very easy. Removal of factory installed muffler was inexorably difficult! I would personally recommend having it done at a muffler shop, but maybe it's just me. As far as performance (I didn't have it dynoed) I couldn't really tell if MUCH had changed. Fuel consumption did not improve or decline. As for sound, it's louder than I was hoping for (a friend had told me this one wasn't very loud), but I knew going in that it was a performance exhaust system and would be louder than factory. Therefore I'm not unimpressed. I like the deeper tones at idle, but I'm not fond of blowing my eardrums out with the radio to hear over the exhaust at 50mph. Overall, it's nice. I probably wouldn't do it again, but I did get what I thought I would... a louder exhaust with little if any change in power/performance.