Designed exclusively for trucks and SUVs, Gibson exhaust systems provide the full-size advantage
Improved torque without sacrificing interior sound levels is the goal of all Gibson exhaust products
Replacing your stock muffler with a Gibson muffler improves sound and power at a lower price than that of an entire exhaust system
If you like the header look, be sure to check out Gibson headers with their thick flanges and mandrel bent tubes
Since producing their first products more than a decade ago for the motorhome market, every Gibson exhaust system has had one primary goal: produce more power and torque. But the engineers at Gibson knew that to be truly successful, their Gibson exhaust system would also need to be easy to install, long lasting, and provide reasonable sound levels. As any exhaust designer will tell you, some of these goals are mutually exclusive. Gibson persevered, though, and their initial Gibson exhaust system products were met with rave reviews. Since that time, Gibson has set its sights on the truck, SUV, and 4x4 market, producing a wide array of Gibson exhaust system components to meet a variety of different goals. One thing still holds true, though: Each Gibson exhaust system will produce more power and more torque than its competition. By providing comprehensive, well-written installation instructions and a lifetime warranty on every Gibson exhaust system, the company has also met its other goals. As for providing sound attenuationwell, you can get a Gibson exhaust system that's as quiet as stock, or you can get a Gibson exhaust system that'll let folks know you're coming. It never hurts to have options, and a Gibson exhaust system on your truck or SUV is sure to impress any performance truck enthusiast.Yep, there's nothing like cruising the back roads in your 4x4, cherry bomb mufflers rumbling away. Of course, you and your buddy can't talk over the roar in the cab, and your dog went deaf a year ago. There's a better way to get power and that deep rumble from the tailpipes: Add Gibson mufflers to your truck. The Superflow line of Gibson mufflers provides a killer big-block exhaust note outside your truck, but they keep the sound inside the cab down to normal levels. You'll get the power and torque boost that Gibson mufflers are known for, but you don't have to sacrifice your hearing in the process. Gibson mufflers utilize a chamber and baffle system to keep exhaust flow high while canceling out unwanted resonance. Then they wrap everything in an aluminized or stainless shell that's much thicker than the competition's. That way Gibson mufflers don't transmit the exhaust vibration into your truck, resulting in a quieter ride. Of course, the thick, premium metal shell and fully-welded construction found on Gibson mufflers also means Gibson mufflers last longer. In fact, stainless steel Gibson mufflers carry a lifetime warranty against rust-through. So when you're ready for a high-powered exhaust note outside your truck, but a little more luxury inside, choose Gibson mufflers for your exhaust system.We love Gibson headers. There's nothing like popping the hood of a truck or SUV and seeing the gorgeous curves and compact designs featured on Gibson headers. Then there's the increased power and torqueif low and midrange get-up-and-go is what you're after, then Gibson headers will deliver and deliver big. We know some of you are probably still skeptical. A lot of folks have had bad experiences with low-quality headers, including installation nightmares and coatings that lasted about three days. Gibson headers are a different breed of performance product, though. Let's start with the fit: Gibson headers are engineered to replace the factory exhaust manifold; that means Gibson headers bolt right up in stock locations for easy installation. Then there's the finish. Gibson headers come in a nickel-chrome plated steel finish, a ceramic-coated finish, or the ever popular stainless tube with a natural finish. All three finishes are more durable than anything available on lesser headers, and all tubing is mandrel bent for exceptional flow from your Gibson headers. The crowning touch? Gibson headers are legal in all 50 states, so whatever truck you drive, and wherever you drive it, you're good to go with Gibson headers.