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Performance Twin Exhaust by Magnaflow
1 Dec 2008
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MOTORZ shows you how to improve the performance of your truck or SUV by installing a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust kit on a 2005 Ford F-150 pickup truck
3 Jul 2008
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1995 Mazda Mx-6 V-6 2.5L/K&N Intake/Magnaflow Muffler
13 Oct 2008
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6 Sep 2008
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[*******www.usmusclemods****/magnaflow-mustang-exhaust Magnaflow Mustang Exhaust] We installed the Magnaflow Mustang Exhaust on our 2005 Mustang GT. There was quite a bit of a tone difference and a little more volume to the exhaust, although not a lot. We haven't done X pipes or anything yet. It's just a cat back kit with race mufflers. It has some really nice looking tips on it, and made a noticeable power difference as well as improved fuel economy. This is one of our favorite Mustang Exhaust Systems out there. [*******www.usmusclemods****/mustang-exhaust Performance Mustang Exhaust] , they go great with a mustang tuner. [*******www.usmusclemods****/mustang-chips Mustang Chips and Tuners]
13 Jan 2009
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Chip Foose Magnaflow SEMA 2008 Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Nov 2008
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MOTORZ shows you how to improve the performance of your 2008 Ford Mustang GT by installing a Magnaflow cat-back exhaust system.
31 Jul 2009
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18 Aug 2009
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The *******www.usmusclemods****/magnaflow-challenger Magnaflow Dodge Challenger Exhaust fares well with other *******www.usmusclemods****/challenger-exhaust Dodge Challenger Performance Exhaust Systems. If you're looking for *******www.usmusclemods****/challenger-performance Dodge Challenger Performance Parts, the exhaust is where to start.
13 Sep 2009
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29 Sep 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/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.
30 Oct 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/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.
24 Nov 2010
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In this video series, we're upgrading a 1969 Camaro SS 396 for better performance using an Edelbrock Top End Kit consisting of E-Street Heads, a RPM intake manifold, a mild street camshaft, and the required hardware and gaskets to put it all together. We're adding a Holley Street Avenger Aluminum 670 carburetor for fuel, and an MSD Digital E-Curve distributor for spark. The Camaro will breathe better with a dual MagnaFlow stainless exhaust system, and it will run smoothly on Royal Purple Break-In Oil and Max Gear transmission oil. We're also adding a Centerforce clutch for more grab. Under the car, we're detailing the subframe and suspension with Eastwood Underhood Black paint, and installing Global West Del-A-Lum bushings up front. A Baer Track disc brake kit is going on for better stopping power, and a Chassis Engineering front sway bar will help this car corner better.
19 Jan 2012
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Leyla Milani from MagnaFlow got an exclusive interview with Greg Adler, CEO and President of 4 Wheel Parts, at SEMA 2010. Check it out as he discusses the 4 Wheel Parts MagnaFlow Pro 2 truck and the pros and cons of off road racing versus the daily business life. <br><br /> Find more great videos from Greg at www.4WheelParts****.<br><br />
3 Apr 2012
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MagnaFlow has an awesome project they are working on and they brought it along for the Hot Rod Power Tour. The project is a 1949 Chevy truck called "Revolver". They plan to have this truck set up to display the sound of their different mufflers at the flip of a switch, giving a true comparison of tone.
8 Jun 2012
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The number one question the Magnaflow crew receives about their muffler and exhaust systems is "How does it sound?" Considering this is not an easy question to answer, they came up with an innovative display truck that allows people to hear the differences in mufflers for themselves. It's called "Revolver", and we saw it on display at the 2012 SEMA show.
17 Nov 2012
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