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2009 Gmc Yukon Xl
Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

2009 Gmc Yukon Xl Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

Not sure which 2009 GMC Yukon XL Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips are right for you? We have over 11164 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"My first upgrade was a 18" magnaflow universal muffler. Good for tooling around town, but the drone at highway speed was giving me migraines. The gibson is a very quiet exhaust by comparison. You can barely hear it in the cab, which is nice. If you are behind the car, it gives a nice mellow rumble. Performance boost is subtle but noticible. No fuel economy benifit over stock. The appearance is excellent, although I may get bigger tips in the future." —Paul W from Capitola, CA bought a Gibson Exhaust Systems for a 2009 GMC Yukon XL.

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Gibson Turndown Exhaust Tip

Looks good, great quality

Needed to use while towing with my rock guard that fits on my receiver hitch. Regular exhaust was melting the rock guard flap. The turndown vents the exhaust away from the "flap". View more reviews...
Posted By Randy H (Hobbs, NM) / March 2, 2015
2013 GMC Yukon XL
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Flowmaster 70 Series Big Block II Mufflers

The Yukon XL hums

Wanted to spruce of the old rig, 2001 GMC Yukon Denali XL, so asked a lot of car guys for advise. The 70 Series seemed to be the choice. The XL is the family car and not a muscle car. Autoeverything price can't be beat. Meineke did an install for $50 as it was essentially a swap. They needed to flute the pipes a bit as stock is 2 5/8 and 70 Series are 2 1/4. Dual in, dual out into a Y with a single exhaust. Experts appear split on benefits of dual exhaust, bigger sound, maybe little power boost. Dual exhaust pipes would have cost another $300 or so. Sounds great and heads turn, but inside the rumble is pleasant. A bigger sound might be great at first, but conversation in the car would suffer. Kept the factory pipes, single outlet. I love starting up the Yukon and I feel the extra power for sure. I can really feel the power on climbs. Also put in an oversized K&N airfilter. View more reviews...
Posted By Joe S (Boulder, CO) / February 3, 2010
2001 GMC Yukon XL
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Go Rhino Exhaust Tips

Great Addition

These tailpipes tips added to the appearance of my truck. View more reviews...
Posted By Arthur B (Fairview Heights, IL) / October 6, 2022
2019 Ford F-150
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