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MagnaFlow Muffler Install - 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup - etrailer.com

http://www.etrailer.com/tv-install-magnaflow-1991-chevy-S10-MF10784-MF11226.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 1991 Chevrolet S-10 we are going to be installing part number MF10784 and part number MF11226. This is going to be a little different from normal applications because we are actually doing a little bit of custom work. We are actually going to be removing the entire Exhaust and replacing it with a MagnaFlow Exhaust cut out and a MagnaFlow wide open muffler. The first steps we are going to show you is how to remove the complete Exhaust and what we are going to have to do is remove it from the hangers and I will show you those locations right now. Before we remove everything we want to put a strap to hold up your Exhaust so it does not fall when you are removing the bolts and mounts. 00:38 The first location we are actually going to remove is going to be the rear most bracket here. That is going to be these two bolts right here. We went ahead and sprayed them down with some lubricant to help get the bolts off since this is an older truck. The second Exhaust mount that we are going to be removing is going to be the one at the back of the muffler which is going to be located here. It is also going to be two bolts holding it into the frame. After we remove the Exhaust mounts your Exhaust will be free hanging on that strap and then we are going to be removing these two bolts right here which will remove the Exhaust from here back and then we will start applying our applications. 01:15 We are going to get started on removing the Exhaust brackets. I just removed one, the other one was kind of rusted on there but we can actually just slide it back over. Then when we remove the Exhaust this will just slide off so we do not need to take out this other bolt. So now we are going to remove the Exhaust system. As you can see we are going to actually take the Sawzall off and cut it off right here. Since this is the factory Exhaust it is all rusted up and there is no way we are going to be able to slide it off so we are just going to cut right at the edge where the old Exhaust is going to be removed. As you can see we went ahead and put a second bearing strap so that when we finish cutting our Exhaust over here that it will not fall. 01:57 As you can see we have it off now so we are just going to maneuver it around our rear end and slide it up over the top of it. It would probably be best to have a second set of hands to help you as well in maneuvering. On this Exhaust cut out here they are provided with two band clamps but since we widened our diameter here they do not fit over the pipe any more so we went ahead and bought some after market pipe brackets. As you can see it just slides over like that and you will be provided those in your kit. On this application we are using these. We will put this on first and we will show you how to do that. Just take the Exhaust cut out and just slide it over our existing pipe and then we are going to take our bracket and slide it up over it and then we can tighten it down on to our muffler to make it a good seal tight. 02:50 Now we are going to put our MagnaFlow Exhaust in to place. You can put it whichever way you want that will best fit your needs. That is how you install this muffler and Exhaust cut out here. The way we did it, we are actually going to need to make an Exhaust hanger for it and you can probably just take your vehicle to any muffler shop and they can get one fabricated for you. It should not cost you that much. Now that we have it all installed we are going to show you a little bit of what it sounds like with the Exhaust. Then we are going to remove the Exhaust cut out and let you hear the sound of that as well. That concludes the installation for part numbers MF10784 and part number MF11226.


 


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Reese 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch 16,000 lbs Review - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Reese-5th-Wheel-Assembly-RP30047.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to assemble part number RP30047 from Reese. This is a 16K fifth wheel hitch. To start off, we are going to take the legs and assemble them on our rails here that are pre-existing on the truck. Then we will take our cross bar assembly that goes across, this will simply sit over the top, you can adjust it up and down as you need to match the height of your trailer. Then slide these bolts from the inside, out. :37 We will put the lock nuts on the outside here. At this point we will tighten down our bolts. Now that we have our legs and cross brace installed, you want to check if you can take the hitch in and out of the rails easily. If you can, that is a good sign and you can put the pins in and assemble the rest of the hitch. We will now install the pins and clips. 1:22 We are going to install our bumpers now. They are going to go on the front side of the hitch. The pin head screw goes through the center of the rubber bumper and a speed nut goes on the bottom. We will take the screw and push it through the bumper, take a screw driver and push it in, it in place, and take the speed nut and snug it up and you are good to go. Our center section that pivots will go in next. It will be held in place by this pin right here. It will get pushed in just like that, and it will have a clip on the other side to hold it in place. Lets go ahead and it in and tap the pin in with a rubber mallet. Then install our safety pin. Next we will go ahead and install our handle with a latch. Right here you want to put your cotter pin and then bend one half over and we should be good. The grip will be slid on the handle, and that will finish our assembly. 2:52 We will show you how the latch works for a king pin on the trailer. Take the handle and pull out, and move it to one side, usually the back, it will catch in the dent here, and lock the jaws open. Back your trailer into it and then pull on your handle here, pull a little bit, and it will lock back into place. Once you have your king pin secured, put the safety latch over the handle here and you could also use a padlock or safety pin to keep everything latched together. Once this is down, you cannot pull the handle out. The range of movement we will show next. It will rock from side to side and also from front to rear. With that, that will finish our assembly of part number RP30047 from Reese.





Trailer Hitch Installation - 2004 Honda Pilot - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-hitch-install-2004-honda-pilot-1.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 2004 Honda Pilot we are gong to be installing Curt hitch part number 13328. We are underneath the vehicle, and we need to do a few things in preparation before we can get started installing our trailer hitch. The first thing we are going to do is lower our spare tire and get it out of the way. Next over here on the passenger side we need to go ahead and lower the Exhaust down, it will give us a little more working room. :21 There are three hangers here at the rear that are holding the Exhaust in position. Two here on the inboard side and one here on the outboard side. To lower the Exhaust off its hangers what we are going to do is take a spray lubricant, like a WD-40, and spray down the studs of t he Exhaust hanger. Then we can take either a pair of pliers or a pry bar and separate the rubber hanger from the stud. We want to repeat that for all three hangers, but before we remove them we want to make sure we put a support strap across the front Exhaust tube because when you remove the three hangers the Exhaust could fall and damage your system. :56 With the Exhaust lowered we are taking a look at the driver side frame rail. You can see over here we have a factory installed tow hook, we are going to need to remove this. There are three bolts holding it into position. Those are going to provide our three attaching points over here on the driver side frame rail. Over here on the passenger side we are going to be using the same three weld nuts, you can see there is nothing in position here, the weld nuts are exposed. And then we have two final attachment points here at the backside of the bumper. With our mounting holes pointed out, I am coming over to the passenger side of the vehicle where we had the exposed weld nuts on the frame. Any vehicle that has seen at least one winter is going to have some rust and road grime built up into these weld nuts. As well as the weld nuts in the center of the vehicle. If that is the case, you want to thoroughly clean those out before you attempt to put your bolts in. To do that, we are going to use a spray lubricant, like a WD-40. We just want to spray those threads down and take a wire brush and run that into the weld nuts a few times, you may need to do this a couple of times per weld nut. It is a good idea to do a test fit with your bolts before you put the hitch up in position. 2:10 Now that we have all the weld nuts thoroughly cleaned out, we can go ahead and put our hitch up in position. We just want to make sure over here on the passenger side we go up and over the Exhaust, into the passenger side weld nuts, as well as on the driver side weld nuts we are gong to be using the 12 millimeter bolts along with the conical tooth washers. At the center attaching point, at the back of the bumper we are going to be using the 10 millimeter bolts along with a conical tooth washer. If you notice when putting the bolts on the back side of the bumper that your tab here a little bit of flex to it, or you have a little bit of space here. That is okay because when you tighten these bolts down this tab will flex towards and mount flat with the bumper. Now that we have all our bolts tightened down we are going to go back through and torque them down. You want to check with the directions to verify the appropriate torque rating for each individual bolt. You can see now that I have the bolts here on the bumper torqued down that our hitch is now flat against the bumper. With the bolts torqued down we want to make sure we put our Exhaust back up on its hangers and our spare tire back up in position and our installation will be complete. 3:23 Now with our hitch installed we are going to give you a couple of final dimensions that will help make choosing your hitch accessories a little bit easier. From the top of the receiver tube opening to the ground is going to be approximately 16-3/8 inches. From the center of the hitch pin hole to clear the rear edge of the bumper is going to be approximately 5-1/2 inches. This will conclude the installation of Curt hitch part number 13328 on this 2004 Honda Pilot.





Magnaflow Exhaust Installation - 2005 Infiniti G35 - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-install-magnaflow-Exhaust-2005-infinti-g35-coupe.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to be installing Magnaflow Performance Exhaust system part number 16641on a 2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe. Before we get started we want to go ahead and disconnect the negative terminal off the battery. The battery is located behind this panel here on the upper left-hand side of the engine compartment. This going to allow the computer to reset so when we get the new Exhaust system on it will reconfigure itself to the new Exhaust. And we will go underneath the vehicle and start disconnecting the old Exhaust. This is a Cat Black system so we will be moving the Exhaust tips all the way up to the disconnect point behind the catalytic converter. So we need to unbolt the flange here from these two bolts and we are also going to need to remove the Exhaust off all its hangers as well. The rubber hangers we are going to be using are located right here, right here, right here, and right here. Using a spray lubricant on the rubber hangers will make the removal of those a lot easier. You are going to want to save the rubber hangers because we will be reusing those for the re-installation. And then also here just forward of the main Exhaust you want to disconnect the ground wire off of the post here. We can go ahead and start disassembling it. I defiantly recommend spraying down all the bolts first with a lubricant like a WD40 because these will likely be rusted. This will help ease the removal of the nuts. Next we are going to go to the flange just rear of the Exhaust and go ahead and remove the ground strap. Okay now we will remove the Exhaust from all of the hangers. With all the rubber hangers removed you can go ahead and take the Exhaust system out. The first piece we are going to go ahead and put in place is the one nearest the catalytic converter. Just going to be bolted to the flange, you want to make sure you have the gasket in place here. We do want to make sure the slight bend here goes toward the driver side. We want to leave everything fairly loose for the time being until we get it all installed and then we can tighten it all down. Okay next we are going to put the second inlet piece in. You want the side with the rubber hanger to be facing the drivers side, it is going to attach right here. Then we are going to take one of the clamps that are provided with the installation kit and slide it over the inlet tube here over the end with the notches cut out of it. Go ahead and take that, and slide it over, slide it all the way in. All right go ahead and attach it to the rubber hanger here. Then we slide the clamp over and again we are just going to loosely install it for the time being. What I am going to do is manipulate it in and out of the inlet tube until that rubber hanger is facing straight up and down. Before I put the muffler on I am actually going to pre-install the clamp over this inlet tube because once the muffler is in place it is going to be tough to manipulate around there. Then we are going to go ahead and install the muffler itself. In preparation I went ahead and in the area where the muffler goes I went ahead and put all of the the rubber hangers back on the vehicle itself. Now that I have the muffler adjusted and properly into place I can go ahead and install our other clamp. I am going to go ahead and install with the threads on the upper side on each of them. And with that loosely installed I can go ahead and start tightening everything down. When tightening down you want to start with the forward most bolts and work your way rearward. Last thing you want to do is go ahead and re-secure our grounding strap. To do that we are just going to be using the protruding threads from our clamp here at the rear most attaching point. Just slide that over and re-install it with the lock nut that is provided with the installation kit. With the grounding strap on again you just want to make sure all of our hangers are secure and our installation will be complete. This Exhaust system was designed to make the car sound louder. Here is how it sounded before. And here is how it sounds now. And that will conclude the installation of part number 16641 on a 2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe.





MagnaFlow Exhaust Installation - 1996 Acura Integra - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Magnaflow-install-1996-acura-Integra.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today on this 1996 Acura Integra we are going to install MagnaFlow Exhaust part number MF15653 from MagnaFlow Performance. First off we will give you a sound test of the original Exhaust on there. Then we can compare it to the new one once we have it installed. First we will show you what is going to get replaced in our Exhaust system. Basically this is what is called a Cat-back or from the catalytic converter on back to the tailpipe. This is our converter right here and at this flange point we are going to unbolt right here and from here on back is going to get removed from the vehicle. On the bolts themselves we sprayed down with some penetrate and let it sit for at least an hour or so. The nut on the top is going to be a different size nut also. Leave that alone for now. 00:50 If these break we do not really care because this is all getting replaced anyway. Get this apart. Next spray down the rubber hangers with some more lubricant and we will pry them off. We do not want to damage the rubber hangers because those are going to get reused. The same thing is going to happen again with the muffler. Now if these hangers are already damaged from normal wear and tear you probably want to just replace them and this is going to be the best time to do it now. Now we have got our Exhaust completely off. What we are going to do is take any leftover hangers that had stayed with the Exhaust and remove those and put them back into the factory locations. 01:35 We are going to start installing new parts working our way from front to rear. We are going to slide on a new part. We are going to reuse the original factory nuts. We are just going to start one and get it started and hold everything into place and then we will slide on the rubber hangers. We will run all of these bolts down evenly and then give them a final torque. Working with the next section is going to S curve. Install the clamp, slide it on, and slide this on to the resonator pipe that we just installed. This does not really have anything to support it but the other half so we are going to slide it on for now. The approximate location of the original. Install the muffler and tailpipe and slide that into place. We will hook these up to the rubber hangers by the bumper. Put the S pipe next to the tailpipe itself. There is a little gasket that will go on here. Slide it into position and run the bolts through. This is hardware that does come with the kit and install the flange nuts. 03:28 Position the pipes the way that we want it and make sure it is not rattling up against anything that we do not want it to. Then once we have it the way we want it we will snug down the connections. The last thing we will do is tighten down the band clamp and that requires a specific torque range that is provided in the instructions. With our Exhaust fully installed the only thing we need to do now is turn the engine on and see what we get for sound. At about 20 to 50 miles, you probably want to go back underneath the vehicle again and make sure all of the fasteners are still tight. That sounds pretty good. There you have it for part number MF15653 from MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust.





2008 Mitsubishi Lancer ES [CVT] - Tsudo N1 Exhaust
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Sacramento Muffler Flowmaster vs Magnaflow choices for Ford Chevy Dodge
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Install Magnaflow Exhaust Systems on a Chevy Silverado - AutoAnything How-To
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