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- Style:2.5" Dual split rear exit
- Part #:15749
- Color/Finish: Stainless
- Exhaust Inlet Connection Type: Clamp-On
- Sound level: Moderate
- Exit Location: Dual Split Rear
- Tip Type: Single Wall
- Tip Diameter: 3.5 in.
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Magnaflow Exhaust Systems Part #15749 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Troy A (Garber, OK) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford F-150 — Oct 14, 2009 8:39 AM
Reviewed by nick a (Cedar Rapids, IA) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F-150 — Nov 21, 2008 7:23 AM
Reviewed by Jon V (Green Bay, WI) Reviewed for a 2002 Ford F150 — Aug 10, 2007 6:26 AM
Reviewed by Michael M (Mesquite, TX) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford F150 — May 15, 2007 3:08 PM
This system is great! It really woke up the engine. The sound is very good, enough to know that you do not have a stock exhaust but not enough to become annoying at highway speeds. I have a 4x4 with all-terrain tires and at 65 mph I can barely hear the exhaust over the road noise of the tires. Again, this exhaust will not set off car alarms when you crank it up, but it does help your vehicle's performance. I have noticed that my truck actually cruises at lower RPMs than with the stock exhaust. At 65 mph my truck was doing 2100 RPMs and now it does 1800. I have noticed that a tank of gas is going farther and my auto tranny is shifting better. Before when the truck hit a shift point it would hang there for a second or rev slightly higher then start falling. With this exhaust my truck hits its shiftpoint and drops immediately with no pause, almost as good as a standard transmission. Installation was easy. It took me and a friend about 4 hours. Two of those hours were trying to measure and "square" up the exhaust tips' drop from the bumper, distance between them, and protrusion from under my bumper. If you have a reciprocating saw taking off the old exhaust takes about 20 minutes, except the intermediate pipe which takes an act of Congress to pry off the CATs. Putting the new one in is fairly fast if you have experience or someone else helping you that knows about cars. Mostly we had to stop and read the directions to know which particular clamp goes where and trying to get it right as opposed to the install being difficult. The directions were straightforward and simple. Do like I didn't to make oyu removal easier and save time, put penetrating oil or something else to help make breaking the old bolts off easier. I would recommend this exhaust to anyone who is looking to squeeze more performance or mileage out of their vehicle. This is probably not your teenager's exhaust since it will not wake up the neighbors, but at low speed and take-offs it is quite authoritative and dropped