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MagnaFlow Pro Series Filter-Back Exhaust System Installation - 2016 Ram 2500

Today, in our 2016 Ram 2500, we'll be installing the Magnaflow Pro Series Filter Back Exhaust System for diesel engines, part number MF18912. Here's what our exhaust system looks like installed. This is a complete system, all the way from the diesel exhaust filter, all the way back to our 6 inch polished tip. This exhaust is constructed of an aluminized steel construction, so will provide us with many years of rust resistant service. Not only does it improve the looks of our truck, but it will help improve fuel economy a little bit, give us a little bit more power, and give us a more aggressive exhaust node. Here's what our exhaust system consists of. All of our piping that we have here today is a 5 inch diameter pipe.

MagnaFlow Turndown Cat-Back Exhaust Installation - 2013 Ram 1500

Today on our 2013 Ram 1500, we're going to be taking a look at and installing the MagnaFlow Turndown Cat-Back Exhaust System, part number MF17108. Now, what's really nice about this that's going to set it apart from some of the others on the market, these are designed to work with your lifted or lowered vehicles, especially ones with airbags where your exhaust is going to be a concern coming up over our axle and going close to our airbags. It's all stainless steel, 100% stainless steel, and it's got mandrel bends. The mandrel bend means it's going to stay the same size all the way through the bend, not crushing down and interfering with your exhaust flow. Now, one thing you might want to note, you want to check your state's laws for exhaust because this one does drop out in front of our rear end. In some states it's required that it goes past the rear axle, so you want to make sure that it's actually allowed in your state. With the free-flowing exhaust it's going to help with our torque and horsepower and help with our fuel efficiency. Now, you can see our new MagnaFlow exhaust is considerably smaller than our factory one.

Camco Gen-Turi RV Generator Exhaust System Review

Today we'll taking a look at and showing you how to install the Camco Gen-Turi RV Generator Exhaust System. Part number CAM44461. The Camco Gen-Turi RV Generator Exhaust System cuts down on noise and lifts harmful fumes up away from the fun. First let's listen to our RV's generator without the Gen-Turi installed. Oh, that smells so bad. Okay.

MagnaFlow Turbo Back Exhaust System Installation - 2003 Ford F-250

All right, today on this 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab, we're going to show you part number MF18985. This is a MagnaFlow Custom Series Turbo Back Exhaust System constructed from aluminized steel. This is basically a steel exhaust with a protective aluminum coating on top of it. All right, this is what the exhaust looks like once installed on the truck. Right off the bat, we can see that we have it routed towards the right-hand side of a truck, and we have a diameter of 4 inches. It is a steel construction with an aluminum coating on the outside and on the inside of the pipe. It uses 1/2-inch thick rods welded to the pipe here, and it goes up to the factory rubber hangers on the truck.

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 Performance Stainless Steel Exhaust System Installation - 2007 Dodge Ram Pickup

Today on this 2007 Dodge Ram Pickup, 2500 Series, Mega Cab, we're going to install part number MF16973. This is the MagnaFlow Performance Stainless Steel Filter Back Exhaust system. Before we get started, we'll go ahead and listen to the sound of our truck so we can compare to it afterwards. Before we begin our install, we'll go ahead and lay out our pieces to get an idea how everything will fit together. First off we have our muffler which we still have in our protective coating while we install it and we'll just hold it up underneath there and get an idea of how it aligns with the factory hangers. Now optionally, this is the straight pipe that eliminates the muffler. Typically, you would use this in off-road applications or racing applications. Now this piece goes over top of the axle.

Camco Gen-Turi RV Generator Exhaust System Manufacturer Review

Joe: Hi. My name is Joe with Camco Manufacturing. Today I would like to talk to you about the Gen-turi Generator Exhaust System. As an Rv-er, you will rely on your generator when there is no power hookup available, but along with the convenience comes undesirable noise and exhaust fumes. Running your Rvs generator produces harmful and potentially deadly carbon monoxide. During Rv rallies and times when there is a large concentration of Rvs, what we call dry camping, exhaust can become on even greater problem, concentrated carbon monoxide can spread up to 15' from the exhaust pipe.

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.

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