Magnaflow Exhaust System Cat-back 5" Pro Performance Series 17956
List Price: $646.75
Our Price: $499.76
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Manufacturer: MagnaFlow Exhaust
Item Number: MAG17956
Application: 04.5-07 Dodge 5.9L Cummins "600" Crew/Extended Crew Cab, Short/Long W.B.
Material: 100% Stainless Steel
Tubing O.D. Size: 5in.
System Type: Cat-Back
TIP O.D. Size:
Exit Position: Rear Side Exit
Features and Benefits:
MagnaFlow's PRO Performance diesel systems are our entry-level performance diesel system featuring a 100% stainless steel muffler and mandrel-bent stainless steel tubing. Optional diesel tips are sold separately.
MagnaFlow PRO Performance Diesel Exhaust comes with a Lifetime Warranty, Dyno Tested And Proven To Make Power, Performance Gains In Horsepower And Torque, Great Sound -Has A Smooth; Deep Tone, Easy To Install, Mandrel-Bent. All Welded. Built To Last.
5.9L I-6 Diesel, Ram 2500/3500. Crew/Extended Crew Cab, Short/Long W.B., CAT-BACK, Late 2004
5 in. Cat-Back, SINGLE SYSTEM
3/20/2010 1:02 AM
I love this addition to my 2005 2500 QC SB. For the cost of it and the sound, it is exactly what I paid for. I bought it because of the larger diameter in size and the sound it was gonna put out, why else would you buy something like this if your not ready for a little more noise. It has helped with EGT and mileage along with the cold air intake. Love to hear that growl once you lay the happy pedal down. Would recommend to someone who knows what they want in there truck. Thanks XDP!
10/12/2009 11:55 PM
I replaced my exhaust on my 2006 Dodge Megacab Cummins. The noise on this exhaust was unbearable. I had to replaced my stock muffler back. It is a total waste of money.
8/25/2009 7:55 PM
Warning---If you pull anything with your truck and hit the power band between 1800 and 2200 rpm, the noise level of this exhaust is verging on painfully loud. On an extended uphill pull you need hearing protection!!! It is a known problem with no fix coming at this time other than buying and installing an additional resonator. The exhaust is acceptable when the truck is not pulling a load and is off the power band. I give the system an expensive 1 star.