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MagnaFlow Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System Installation - 2006 Ford F-150

Today on our 2006 Ford F-150 we'll be installing the MagnaFlow Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System part number MF16616. To begin our install, we'll first need to remove the old or manufacturer's exhaust. Starting at the clamp just behind the Y pipe of the exhaust, we're going to spray it down with some spray lubricant. Note over time this clamp will rust up and can be extremely difficult to get off. In severe cases it may even break. If that happens, it'll be necessary to replace it. In an event where it's so rusted that you can't get a wrench or socket to hold, we'll use a pair of vise grips to try and break it free.


MagnaFlow Cat-Back Exhaust System Installation - 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Today, on our 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee, we'll be installing the Magna Flow Cat Back Exhaust System, Part Number MF16991. To begin our install, we'll first need to remove the older manufacturer's exhaust. Starting here at the rear of the vehicle, we're going to spray the two rubber isolators, forward and back of the muffler. I'll also go ahead and spray the spring nuts that hold the rear section of the exhaust to the forward section of the exhaust at the exhaust flanges. By spraying the rubber isolators with some spray lubricant, it'll make it easier to remove. We're going to use a pry bar, pliers or, if you have an exhaust hanger removal tool. Starting at the back, we'll begin removing the rubber isolators, noting that on the rear hangers, there's also a metal ground strap.




MagnaFlow Cat-Back Exhaust System Installation - 2012 Toyota 4Runner

Today on our 2012 Toyota Forerunner well be installing the MagnaFlow Cat-Back Exhaust System, part number MF15145. Before we install the new MagnaFlow system were going to go ahead and test the old or manufacturer system. Well get an idea of what the exhaust sounds like under a load. Now weve installed our new MagnaFlow system and well go ahead and repeat the same process of putting it under load to see what the new exhaust system will sound like. To begin our install well first need to remove the old or manufacturer system. To make it easier to remove the system well go ahead and spray down the exhaust flange bolts with some spray lubricant. This will make it easier to remove later.


MagnaFlow Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust Installation - 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer

Today on our 2006 Chevy Trailblazer, well be installing the MagnaFlow Exhaust System Part Number MF16656. To begin our install, well first need to go ahead and remove the old or manufacturers exhaust system. To remove it, were going to go ahead and cut it into a couple of pieces. Using a reciprocating saw, well cut just in front of the rear muffler and then just behind the front muffler. Now with our exhaust system cut in 3 pieces well need to remove the 3 fasteners that secure the front flex pipe flange to the muffler exhaust pipe flange. Note I recommend to spray these with some liquid penetrant because over time theyll build up with rust, dust, dirt and debris, and can be very difficult to remove.


MagnaFlow Rockcrawler Cat-Bat Exhaust System Manufacturer Review - Jeep Wrangler

Thanks for your time today. This is Richard of MagnaFlow and today were going to be installing one of our jeep exhaust systems. We have a variety of different systems out there. Were going to be putting one of our high clearance Jeep Rockcrawler Systems on. Take a closer look. The first step of an installation is installing the inlet pipe.


MagnaFlow Cat-Back Exhaust System Installation - 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe

Today on our 2003 Chevy Tahoe, we'll be installing the MagnaFlow stainless steel cat-back exhaust system, part number MF15666. Now before we install the new MagnaFlow exhaust system, we'll go ahead and take a listen to the manufacturer's or current exhaust system. Next we'll go ahead and begin our install by disconnecting the exhaust here at the flange behind the catalytic converter. To do that, we'll remove the two nuts off the studs. We'll then remove the two rubber isolators from our exhaust pipe and tail pipe. To remove the rubber isolators, use a pry bar, pliers, or exhaust hanger removal tool.


MagnaFlow Exhaust System Installation - 2000 Chevrolet Silverado

Today on our 2000 Chevy Silverado, we'll be installing the MagnaFlow Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust System, part number MF15754. To begin our install we'll first need to remove the old or manufactures exhaust. Starting at the exhaust flange just behind the catalytic converter, we'll go ahead and remove the exhaust stud nuts. Note: over time those will become corroded with rust, dust, dirt and debris, so I recommend spraying them down with some spray lubricant. Now with the nuts sprayed down, we'll go ahead and remove the nuts from exhaust stud. With both those removed, we'll go ahead and set them aside for re-installation later.


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Exhaust Systems Questions and Answers

  • Magnaflow CatBack Recommendation for a 2013 Cadillac CTS
  • As long as your 2013 Cadillac CTS isn't an AWD model the Magnaflow Cat-Back system part # MF15136 that you referenced would be the correct cat-back for your vehicle.
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  • Does MagnaFlow Exhaust 17968 Use a Sensor in Exhaust for 2014 Ram 2500 Diesel
  • MagnaFlow exhaust system # MF17968 fits form the diesel particulate filter back. The old sensor and mounting brackets will be reused. I have included a link to the installation instructions to the right.
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  • Magnaflow Catback Power Increase for a 2014 Jeep Patroit
  • I spoke to my contact at Magnaflow and he told met that the Cat-Back system part # MF15309 that you referenced should give you about 10 horsepower/10 ft. lbs of torque. And assuming your driving habits stay the exact same you should see an additional 2 miles per gallon.
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  • Where Does MagnaFlow Exhaust 17916 Exit on a 2012 Ram 3500 Mega Cab Short Bed Diesel
  • In the specs for # MF17916 it states Exit position: rear, passenger's side. It does go up over the axle and exit at the rear. It does not exit to the side. I have verified this with MagnaFlow. The description will be updated to reflect this information.
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  • Recommended Aftermarket Exhaust System for 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab
  • I recommend the MagnaFlow Cat-Back Exhaust System part # MF16386. This exhaust system is a custom fit for your 2011 Ram 1500 Crew Cab Short Bed Pickup with a single exhaust system. You can choose the position for the new system, but you will want to use the existing isolation mounts while adjusting the tubes for best fit and clearance. MagnaFlow recommends the tailpipe be at least 1/2 to 1 inch away from any body panels to avoid heat related body damage. I have included a link to...
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  • Will MagnaFlow Performance Filter-Back Exhaust System Fit the 2014 Ram 2500 Coil Spring Suspension
  • We have not had the chance to install the MagnaFlow Performance Filter-Back Exhaust System, # MF17051, on a 2014 Ram 2500 yet, however, I spoke to my contact at MagnaFlow and he said it will fit your 2014 Ram 2500 6.7L Diesel 4x4 with the coil spring suspension as long as it is the factory suspension. This system has not been tested with any aftermarket suspension products. This will fit the Crew Cab long bed, short bed and the Mega Cab short bed models. I have attached a link to the installation...
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  • MagnaFlow Exhaust for a 2013 Chevy Silverado 1500 Extended Cab Long Bed 5.3 Liter
  • For your 2013 Chevy Silverado 1500 Extended Cab with a long bed and 5.3 liter motor you can use MagnaFlow exhaust # MF17102. This is currently the only option we have available for a truck configured like yours. It is considered an off-road pro series and not street legal. Your best option would be to visit a muffler shop and get a custom set up that meets your specifications and is street legal.
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  • Availability of Turn Down Exhaust Tip For 2-3/4 Inch Exhaust On 2014 Toyota 4Runner
  • We have several straight bolt or clamp-on exhaust tips which you can see by clicking the provided link, but none of the options offer a turn down or out. However, we do offer a weld-on option for a 2-3/4 inch tailpipe that has a turn down or out, part # MF35179. If you don't weld, a local muffler shop should be able to install that for you quickly and easily.
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  • Throaty Roar Exhaust for a 2006 Toyota Tundra XSP 4.7 Liter V8
  • You can't really go wrong with a MagnaFlow system for quality and sound. It does provide some Umpf, for lack of a better term, when you get on the throttle. At cruising speed it can drone a little but since you will be in a truck, the loudest parts of the exhaust will be further back than the cab and it would not be all that noticeable. The MagnaFlow sound is a deep growl, not overly loud and crackly like glass packs. System # MF15820 fits the 2006 Toyota Tundra Access and Double Cab,...
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  • Exhaust System Recommendation For 1965 Mustang With 289 (4.7L) Engine
  • The exhaust system I recommend for your 1965 Ford Mustang with the 289(4.7L) engine in it is the MagnaFlow Exhaust System, part # MF15817. This is a dual exhaust system that features mandrel bent tubes, meaning they maintain the same diameter throughout preventing back pressure. The system also boosts horsepower and will give you a deep throaty sound while remaining quiet inside your Mustang. We also offer exhaust tips for your system. The system I recommended has 3 inch tailpipes, so...
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  • Will Adding Shorty Headers and Exhaust w/o Catalytic Converters Increase Power of 2013 Challenger
  • Our resident gear head suggested that shorty headers are not always what they are cracked up to be. A google search revealed some people getting nearly 20 extra horse but who knows what other mods they have made. Different exhaust alone does not provide huge gains in power. Coupled with other matching enhancements that are all compatible such as cold air intake like # AR351-210 you can start to see fairly significant gains. Of course deleting the catalytic converters will make it no...
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  • Power and Muffler Style MagnaFlow Cat Back Exhaust for a 2013 Dodge Challenger with 5.7 Liter Hemi
  • A MagnaFlow cat-back system such as # MF16513 is going to increase the power from the motor that is taken away by the stock pipes and mufflers that are more restrictive. This will give your 2013 Dodge Challenger more power overall and help compensate for the restrictiveness from the catalytic converter. The mufflers are straight through with no baffles to restrict the flow of exhaust. The muffler sub assembly does have chambers, otherwise the system would be incredibly loud. MagnaFlow...
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  • Exhaust/Programmer Recommendations for a 2011 Ram 3500 MegaCab Short Bed 6.7 Cummins
  • The Magnaflow DPF-back system part # MF17917 replaces the portion of the exhaust system from the diesel particulate filter back to the tailpipe. This system will reduce back pressure which will increase power, fuel mileage and noise. To further increase your fuel mileage you may also be interested in a programmer. Using a programmer creates an overall more efficient system. Provided you don't abuse your newfound power, you can actually increase your vehicle's fuel efficiency pretty significantly...
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  • Will the Magnaflow Cat-Back part # MF15123 Cause Issues with the MDS Of a 2013 Dodge Challenger
  • I think the dealer you are dealing with is trying to get out of fixing the real problem of your car. The MDS or fuel saver mode on your car is not based on back pressure or the EGR valve, it is based on engine load, throttle position and speed. From the research I've done the MDS systems on these cars is kind of notorious for behaving strangely. Also, there are a ton of other Challenger owners out there with aftermarket cat-back systems that did not cause any problems with the MDS system...
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  • Is There Welding Required to Install the Magnaflow Cat-Back # MF15269 on a 2014 GMC 1500 short bed
  • The MagnaFlow Cat-Back Exhaust System # MF15269 that you referenced is a bolt-on system that would not require any welding to install onto your 2014 GMC Z71 4x4 5.3 engine short bed. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out also.
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  • Exhaust System Recommendation for a 2001 Ford F350 Super Duty
  • Yes, if your 2001 Ford F350 has a long bed, crew or super cab, with a diesel engine the MagnaFlow XL Stainless Steel Turbo-Back Exhaust System # MF15980 that you referenced would work for you. If your vehicle configuration is different you will need to follow the link I attached, select your vehicle configuration from the drop down menu and the correct exhaust system will be listed for your vehicle.
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  • Will Installing a Cat-Back Exhaust System on a 2014 Ford Explorer Void the Warranty
  • Installing a cat-back system like the Magnaflow Cat-Back part # MF15437 on your 2014 Ford Explorer would not void the warranty. Ford would have to prove that the cat-back caused some type of failure in order for them to void your warranty. Which the likelihood of a cat-back system causing something on your vehicle to fail is extremely low. The use of aftermarket products is protected by the Federal Magnusson-Moss Warranty Act. The Act states that if something fails on your vehicle and...
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  • Cat-back and Catalytic Converter Recommendation for a 2003 Toyota Corolla
  • I would first have your entire exhaust system inspected to determine if it all needs to be replaced or just some portions of the system. The Magnaflow Cat-Back System part # MF15807 would be an excellent choice for a cat-back system, but thats only one part of the exhaust system. You have manifolds (which we don't carry), the catalytic converter portion of the system (part # MF49461 for your vehicle), and then the cat-back system like part # M15807. Magnaflow exhaust components...
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  • How Much Power Does a Cat-Back Lid and Filter LS1 Car Have
  • As the owner of a 98 Pontiac Trans Am with an LS1 and an automatic transmission I am pretty familiar with the gains associated with the basic mods of these cars. Magnaflow claims you will gain about 14 horsepower and 18 ft-lbs of torque. That seems a bit generous, but it will definitely sound better and you will pick up power. Lid and air filter is usually worth another 10 horsepower and torque as well. We carry a filter similar to the one you are looking at. Check out the AFE Air Filter...
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  • Does the MagnaFlow Cat-Back System # MF16865 Interfere with O2 Sensors When Installed
  • All of your current exhaust senors will remain intact and unaffected when you go to install the MagnaFlow Cat-Back System part # MF16865 on your 2007 Toyota Tundra. The reason for this is that the sensors are all on the same pipes as your catalytic converters, and since this system bolts to the outlet of your cat pipes none of them would be affected. There would not be any PCM changes that would be required once this system is installed either, but if you wanted to increase power...
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