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- Style:3" Dual split rear exit
- Part #:15754
- Color/Finish: Stainless
- Exhaust Inlet Connection Type: Bolt-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 #15754 Customer Reviews
8 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Michael M (HUDSON, CO) Reviewed for a 2000 GMC Sierra — Nov 23, 2016 9:43 AM
Install was easy and straight forward. The sound is just about perfect, nice low tone with no drone and not so loud to be obnoxious. The fit is tight around the spare on the drivers side, but it works. I can't tell if it added any power, but that wasn't really the point.
Reviewed by Marcus B (Bellevue, MI) Reviewed for a 1999 GMC Sierra — Apr 19, 2010 9:21 PM
Reviewed by Beck C (Helena, MT) Reviewed for a 1999 GMC Sierra — Mar 08, 2010 7:24 PM
I put it on my 99 GMC and a 2000 silverado which arent very different i had more problems with it this time and they changed the designed its not nearly as loud as it was before which i dont like the quiet sound now and the clamps are horrible the dont tighten enough.
Reviewed by Clifford C (Endwell, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 GMC Sierra — May 27, 2009 4:19 AM
I got a very good deal on my Magnaflow Dual Exhaust for my 2000 GMC Sierra pickup from AutoAnything.com! System installed pretty easily, and now my truck has that nice, mellow throaty exhaust note. Its quiet at highway speeds, but on acceleration, it sounds brawny. I love it and would recommend it to others. I'd looked at Gibson (wouldn't fit without removing spare from under the bed) and Borla (almost twice the price). Magnaflow was priced very reasonable. I don't know about longevity .. that remains to be seen, but since its stainless, and my truck already is almost 10 years old (but only 56K miles), I suspect it will be the last system I ever put on.
Reviewed by Ryan B (Colorado Springs, CO) Reviewed for a 2000 Chevy Silverado — Apr 02, 2008 9:23 PM
System was a bit more difficult than expected, but my original exhaust did have quite a bit of miles on it. I don't recommend installing in the driveway. The biggest thing that I am disappointed in is having to put the spare in the truck bed. After all said and done, the system sounds and performs EXCELLENT!
Reviewed by Alan A (Kansas City, MO) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Camaro — Dec 04, 2007 8:27 PM
Good: exhaust looks good and sounds good, with a definite increase in power (advertised 20hp, 20lb-ft) over stock. Everything fit well. Bad: get a friend to help...this system is tough to get adjusted perfectly on your own, but I managed...but I should have lined up some help. Also, plan on cutting the old exhaust, at least on Chevy trucks...impossible to get out, even with the truck lifted...glad I had the SawzAll.