Reviewed By Reese J (Idaho Falls, ID) Reviewed for a 1992 Honda Civic —4/3/2018 8:38 PM
The sound is deep and throaty. I gained about 2 mpg with a catback exhaust replacement. Maybe not the best value for the money, but the quality is worth it.
Reviewed By Homar B (Artesia, NM) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 —5/11/2018 6:31 AM
Upgraded my 5.4 3v F150 from 2.25" true dual exhaust with Dynatech max long tubes and cats with super 40s to 2.5" with high flow cats and super 44s. The sound isn't as loud but more throaty with a little more rumble and the interior resonance was reduced drastically. Exhaunt flows much better now. I can't tell if my low end torque changed much but passed 4000rpm there is a big difference.
Reviewed By James W (EDMONDS, WA) Reviewed for a 2001 Nissan Frontier —5/10/2018 9:28 AM
I got the pipe diameter and size of the original muffler, then ordered this one based on required size. The original system was stainless and both pipes were in very good shape, so I was looking for a replacement muffler that as not going to break the bank. The vehicle is 18 years old, so the only other parts that I found were CAT-back with both pipes included priced almost 6X the muffler alone. The old muffler was cut out and this one welded in, and the system is good as new.