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GMC Sierra 4.3L Gibson Exhaust OVERVIEW

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Published on Apr 24, 2011

I own a 1999 GMC Sierra 1500 2wd stepside truck with a 4.3L vortec V6 158k Miles. About 6 months ago I was looking for an exhaust system to replace the stock one on the truck. After hours and hours on Google and YouTube searching for the best sounding and nicest looking system for the 4.3L I came to this decision. It was a draw between the Cherry Bomb vortex kit or the Gibson. CB always seemed ricey to me and I liked the fact that the Gibson system had 3" pipe all the way thru and a muffler with no packing. The 4" slash cut tips look amazing too. Another advantage is the price. The Gibson system retails for $450 and I got it for half that on Amazon. The deciding feature though was the fact that it is custom built for your model of truck (no cutting or welding required) you are prompted for cab and bed length on their website. The Gibson kit came with detailed instructions and a sticker for the back window. I definitely recommend this system because of the bang for your buck. It sounds and looks great. There is no interior resonance or drone on the highway. If your looking for somthing louder I suggest running a Flowmaster Outlaw and dumping it under the bed. That will get you nice sound but will not have the look of pipes out the back. It will give you a drone in the cab though (which some people like). This is the same system for the 4.8 and 5.3 V8's for this style of truck. I hope that this bit of information i've displayed has helped a 4.3L Vortec owner make their decision. I sure would have liked a video like this when I was shopping around. Videos on the OUTLAW are coming so stay tuned. Once again I pologize for the Wind and the balljoints if your a dodge fan. If anyone has questions please leave a comment below and I will reply.
-Eric

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