How to Install Magnaflow Off-Road Pro Series Gas Exhaust Systems
The Magnaflow Off-Road Exhaust system
http://www.realtruck.com/magnaflow-off-road-pro-series-gas-Exhaust-systems/ is a performance Exhaust system that is affordable. Made of
stainless steel to stand up to the elements. Exhaust outlet points towards the ground for a
rumble in your feet feel.
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Hey guys, John here with RealTruck.com. Today, we're going to show you how
to install the MagnaFlow Off-Road Pro-Series gas Exhaust systems on to this 2014 Chevy Silverado.
Some of the really cool things about this MagnaFlow Exhaust system is that it comes complete with
everything you need to get this on the truck. It comes with your inlet
pipe; your mid-pipe; your muffler, which, by the way, is also a
flow-through muffler, and that allows air to move freely through this
muffler creating a really nice tone for you; and your Exhaust tip and your clamps. Also, you have your
warranty registration card and the instructions sheet. Now, as you guys can
see here from looking at this, this is made out of stainless steel. So you
know it's going to last once you get this on the truck. So that's what
we're going to do. Let's go ahead and start this truck up so we can hear
what the factory OE Exhaust sounds
We've got our truck up in the air. We're ready to start taking our OE Exhaust off. The first thing we've got to
do is we have to cut our Exhaust off
right here. Now, if you're looking at this, you can see there's a bump spot
on the muffler right here. There's also inside this muffler a heat flap in
here. So we don't want to cut into that anywhere. So what we're going to do
is we're going to cut right along the side of this bar that runs over for
our Exhaust hanger.
Once we've got this cut off, the next thing we're going to do is remove our
tailpipe. And what we're going to do is we're going to pull these hangers
off of the rubber hanger. And what you can do is you can use something like
WD-40, JB-80, something like that, to allow this to slide out of there easy
here. And then I just grab a pair of channellocks and press that through.
The next thing we're going to do is we're going to loosen up and take this
clamp loose that clamps our Exhaust
pipe to our catalytic converter. Be careful when you're doing this not to
damage this clamp, because we're going to need to reuse this clamp to clamp
on our new Exhaust.
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