2020 GM 2500/3500 Silverado/Sierra CC/EC 6.6L Duramax
Part # S6059AL
Built to Perform MBRP's performance exhaust systems are built to perform. Designed to maximize exhaust flow and minimize exhaust temperatures your vehicle. Every system we sell has been built to the most exacting standards in the industry.
Dyno Proven Your MBRP performance gas exhaust system has undergone countless hours on our in-house Mustang 1100 AWD-SE Chassis Dynamometer. Hundreds of miles on road and track testing with numerous tweaks and modifications to get the most out of your vehicle. From the vehicle specific muffler design to the fully mandrel bent tubing to minimal bend degree angles, your MBRP performance system gets exhaust out fast. An MBRP performance exhaust system is the starting point to getting the most from cold air intakes, programmers, modules, and downloaders.
Easy Installation MBRP systems are as much fun to install as to drive with on your truck. Bolt-on, no weld design makes installation a no hassle one and a half to two-hour project. Everything is direct fit to the OEM hangers, and you get all the clamps and parts you will need.
Sound & Style Performance is one thing but at MBRP we believe that appearance and sound are just as important. Every MBRP performance exhaust system has been specifically tuned to get the optimal sound from your pickup. With our stamped logo on the tip and our unmistakable styling, there is no question that you have the hottest performance exhaust on the road - MBRP.
Built from heavy duty aluminized steel our Installer Series performance exhaust systems offer a value price without compromising on the quality built into every component. While the seams are a major point of rust through with some budget systems our fully sealed tubing adds years to your system. Constructed to the same specifications as our top of the line Pro Series we back this line with an industry leading 3 Year Warranty.
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