Was the $499 for aluminized or stainless? Thanks.crash4444 said:A slight Drone, I actually like it, if the radio is on, even at a low volume I don't hear the drone. When I step on it, I get a nice throaty sound. I keep turning down the radio just to listen to the sound. I love starting up the beast it has a real nice sound and lets you know there is something special under the hood. As for price, I got it from SoCal Motorsports for $499 + $25 for shipping. I have never done anything like this before and easily installed it myself. Just remove the spare tire first and it is easy. Took me about an hour to remove the old one and install the Gibson. I will try to get some pictures this week.
I would not go with the Magnaflow. It does not include the Y pipe, which is the most restrictive part of the stock system. Also it is not a easy bolt on system like the Gibson.TooTall said:I'm really undecided between this system and the Magnaflow. Anyone have the Magnaflow?
Where did you get it?scr38 said:Depends on how long you are going to keep the Armada, and how you drive. Your location isn't hard on the exhaust system. If you make a lot of short drives and plan to keep the Armada for more than about three years I would get the stainless. If you don't do much stop and go driving and short trips, and plan on getting something else in a couple of years the Aluminized system will be fine.
I did some looking around for my system, talked price with different dealers, and ended up getting my SS system for $475.00, delivered.