2005 GMC canyon exhaust flowmaster cat-back
2005 GMC canyon 3.5L low milage . Great mid-size trucks ready to start any
project...whether it is to race or to lift and go off road. This particular
one has stock engine with cat back flowmaster 40. I'ved raced stock toyota
tundras, tacomas, and the V8 dodge rams with "HEMI" engines...and its no
match for these canyon trucks...they've got a great take off and great gas
milage...Can't ask for more!!!
2009 GMC Canyon MBRP single side cat back exhaust
What an MBRP single side cat back Exhaust system will sound like in your
Canyon/Colorado 3.7L inline 5
K&N Air Intake 77 Series
Power Aid Throttle Spacer
Sorry for the strong wind noise on some of it, it even knocked over my
05 Gmc Canyon I5 Exhaust. Gibson
dual Exhaust with different tail
pipes. About two years after install so muffler is all broken in. IF
YOUR WATCHING THIS TO DECIDE ON GETTING A GIBSON Exhaust.....DONT GET IT! THIS SYSTEM RUSTED
AWAY TO NOTHING IN 3 YEARS! I JUST GOT THE MBRP SYSTEM AND LOVE IT!
Hummer Extreme Off Road | Amazing Hummer Video
This amazing Hummer Extreme Off Road Video shows the true capabilities and
history of the Hummer. Rock Climbing, Mudding, Water Crossing and "Hummer
Snow Challenge" and much more.
Born from a military background, it's not surprising to discover that
go-anywhere attitude backing up the Hummer brand. This mindset was best
exemplified by the late Hummer H1
Realizing that not everyone would want the civilian equivalent of a Humvee,
the company added the Hummer H2, available as an SUV and as a pickup dubbed
the H2 SUT (sport utility truck). Still plenty capable, the H2 shares its
platform with the Chevrolet Silverado, whereas the most recent product to
debut, the Hummer H3 and H3T (the pickup truck version), is based on the
Chevrolet Colorado/GMC Canyon.
Hummer was created as a civilian version of the Humvee (HMMWV, High
Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle), a military vehicle developed by AM
General during the 1980s. The first model, simply called the Hummer, was
launched by AM General in 1992, seven years before General Motors took
ownership of the company. After that change, the Hummer was renamed the
Hummer H1 and GM worked on expanding the brand's line up and broadening
exposure to the mainstream market.
The results of those efforts could be seen in the Hummer H2, a rugged
off-road SUV that offered attitude and sheer mass not found in many
competing vehicles. A pickup version of that utility vehicle, dubbed the
Hummer H2 SUT, followed. By 2006, the Hummer H1 had reached the end of its
line, but the resulting void made room for the Chevy Colorado-based Hummer
H3, available with a five-cylinder engine in standard guise or as the
V8-powered Hummer H3 Alpha. A pickup version, the Hummer H3T, is also
available, as is the more luxurious Hummer H3x.
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