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Description:
The best value in Motorsports and the most popular muffler in motorsports history is a proven winner. Available with 3-inch diameter flow tubes for some applications. Brushed stainless steel spouts with racetrack oval ends on some applications.

 
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Reviewed by:
Charles J. Cates


Review Date
July 10, 2012

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
Less than 1 month

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5.00 of 5, 58.00 votes

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Review 1 of 74

Price Paid:  $73.00 from Advanced Auto Parts

Year / Model Reviewed:
2005 Jeep Liberty Sport

Strengths:
Reasonable Price for a performance muffler
Not much louder than stock on the 6 cylinder

Weaknesses:
Not much louder than stock on the 6 cylinder

Summary:
I wanted to add a performance muffler to try to get a little more HP and fuel economy in my Liberty. I have a K&N Lifetime drop-in filter in the box and hope the combo will yield results. I'm pretty anal about checking mileage so will know soon. It's just been installed, so time will tell. To be truthful I was also looking for a little more growl than stock. Not there yet will see once it breaks in a little.

Similar Products Used:
I had a Dynomax on my 1998 F-150 with the 4.6 V-8 and single exhaust. ( again K&N Lifetime drop in filter) Even with just the single exhaust I noticed a small increase in power and loved the exhaust note. I had a neighbor compliment me that he liked the exhaust tone also, but it didn't disturb the peace either!



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Reviewed by:
MICHAEL REYNOLDS


Review Date
September 8, 2011

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
Less than 1 month

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4.94 of 5, 72.00 votes

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Review 2 of 74

Price Paid:  $225.00 from AMAZON

Year / Model Reviewed:
1999 FORD/ RANGER

Strengths:
Best value around, great quality. I would recommed buying one to anybody. Terrific sound

Weaknesses:
Just wish they would also make car exhaust systems, maybe in the future

Summary:
This was one of the best buys I ever made. Their exhaust systems are very reasonably priced and great quality. Anyone looking to buy a exhaust system just go to the Dynomax web page. It's also well designed.You can even hear how the exhaust will sound when installed.



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Reviewed by:
Tal Michael


Review Date
August 14, 2011

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
Less than 1 month

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5.00 of 5, 70.00 votes

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Review 3 of 74

Price Paid:  $259.00 from Jegs.com - they ROCK

Year / Model Reviewed:
2001 Ford Expedition XLT 4x4 5.4L 130K

Strengths:
Dynamax 17355 has true ease of installation.
It is a nice direct fit bolt on replacement kit for the Expedition's OEM exhaust. The supplied instructions could be better. I have a computer geeks unkempt improperly respected collection of tools needed, and did not use lifts at all. Craftsman mechanics ea get set, Ryobi LI-ON drill and sawzall. Jegs Antiseize. Prybar, hammer, wd40. Chilled Skyy. . Safety glasses - dirty nasty stuff - dint risk getting this rusty crap in your eyes! Sawzall vibration during cut will definitely send it flying into your face.

Weaknesses:
Directions and some harsh resonance into cabin at some rpms.
Directions are a sparse one page. They cover it. But you won't get guidance on removal of rusty old system. I used a Ryobi Saws-All with metal blade, and cut just after the Cat pipe and after the muffler to ease removal. Ford has a small "key" nub on the cat pipe which literally locks the next pipe on. I used a Dremel (yes, that macGyver WTF do I do now moment) to even reach and then cut the old pipe off the cat pipe. Then used drill to grind that stupid pipe locking nub off so old pipe could fully connect. Didn't want the nub making old pipe leave a gap and create a CO leak.
Mostly good tone, but in the Expedition you can get some undesirable drone/resonance transfer into rear cabin at some RPMS and can be sustained if on a hill climb at that RPM level.

Summary:
Decent kit for $250 an a $75 visa debit give back card. So for $175, my Expedition "sounds" like it's got bawz, but I'm not drag racin. I'm just roaring around loving the 5.4L sound.
Resulting sound: It starts with a growl, settles down to a rumble. No sound on coasting. Burble /pop in a second gear glide down hills. You can hit certain uphill climbs where resonance in cabin is annoying. It's real annoying if you are in the rear passenger spot over the muffler at that point. Hard Acell wide open sounds great - the 5.4L has a nice harmonic snarl somewhere up around 2700-3500 rpm.
And yes, the wife. Long suffering wife. She test drove with everyone on board today for a Sunday dinner run.. And she once 'danica patrick crushed it' (oh yeah) to the firewall checking out the sound that came out - immediately three generations of us (children to grandparents) bust out with howls of approval and laughter, so %^*£ yeah... It was a fun Sunday afternoon ride. She has to live with it too, so I will check with Jegs - their catalog has all kidns of sound dampening hi temp friendy wraps etc. maybe put some on and block that drone tone that penetrates too much, and I'm good to go.
You'd probably be hard pressed to find better sound for $175 cat back and a 2 hour remove/install for the do it yourself guy/gal.

Similar Products Used:
Dynomax on a 92 Explorer 4.0L V6, years ago. Stop with the "my V6 sounds like a V8". It doesn't and it will not sound like it. I've had both, and this 17355 kit on the Expedition 5.4 will have you making up excuses to go out on errands and taking the long way home again.



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Reviewed by:
James elkins


Review Date
February 13, 2010

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 4 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

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4.95 of 5, 77.00 votes

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Review 4 of 74

Price Paid:  $0.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
2000 GMC sonoma 4.3 vortec

Strengths:
well before the dynomax i had straight pipe no muffler and a cat.so when i put the dynomax muffler on it was really to quiet.ive had it for 3 monnths and it has changed a lil bit.it has gottn a lil bit louder but not much.it soundsgood at low and midrange RPMS.

Weaknesses:
it takes a long ass time to burnout and get louder!!!

Summary:
i like it when im just crusin through town or revvin it up in the parking lot!!!but i just wish that it would burn out quicker

Similar Products Used:
straight pipes no muffler



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Reviewed by:
Steven Goggans


Review Date
February 12, 2010

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

Used product for
3 Months to 1 year

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4.89 of 5, 76.00 votes

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Review 5 of 74

Price Paid:  $0.00

Year / Model Reviewed:
1993 Ford Ranger

Strengths:
Great Sound, Good Price, Its a Dynomax, Becomes louder as it ages, Increased horsepower by 15%

Weaknesses:
Needs to be louder, Take a long ass time to get louder,

Summary:
Very easy to install and very afordable muffler system. I wish its is a little bit louder but meh. Good Sound



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