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MBRP 4-Inch Installer Series Dual Exhaust System with Polished Tips; Side Exit (14-22 6.4L RAM 2500)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: If you'd like to give your 2014 and newer 6.4 gasser a little bit more bark along with a cool look, well, then the MBRP Installer system that we have here would be an excellent choice. Now, the Installer is gonna deliver that budget-friendly aluminized steel material, along with the massive 4-inch tubing and that cool side exit design all for right around that high $600 price point.Install is gonna be pretty straightforward here, guys, but since all of your work is done underneath the truck, site's gonna bump this up to a solid two out of three wrenches on the old difficulty meter, and call it a couple of hours or so to complete from start to finish. But hang with me till the end of the video and we'll walk you through that job then.So the Installer Series is MBRP's answer for truck owners out there who wanna crank up the volume on their rigs, but would prefer to keep things as budget-minded as possible. Now, speaking of cranking up the volume, I would say the MBRP does so but in a pretty modest way overall. Certainly not the loudest system in the category, but one that will definitely turn a few heads. So breaking out my wake the neighbor scale, I'm gonna put this one at a solid three out of five on my one to five or one to wake the neighbor scale with a good amount of bark, no doubt, but more importantly, it was a nice deep tone that really stood out.Now, inside the truck things do remain pretty tame. However, some of our customers have mentioned a little bit of drone when that active fuel management kicks in and you lose a few cylinders. But if you've disabled that, you really shouldn't have any concerns. But let's move away from sound and briefly talk about what else you can expect out of this very budget-friendly system.And right up front, guys, the big thing to keep in mind is that it is budget-friendly for a reason. Now, typically, when companies do utilize aluminized steel, which is the case here at the Installer Series. It's done so in a way to keep that cost down compared to the more expensive stainless steel. Now, the downside to that aluminized steel material is that it is a bit more susceptible to rust and corrosion over the long run.And if you do see a lot of road salt during the winter months, it is something to keep in mind. Now, if you live in a state like Arizona or Florida, for instance, well, then this is obviously an issue. However, if you do live in the Midwest or the Northeast, upstate New York, definitely something to keep in mind as this material again will not be as durable as your 409 or 304 grade stainless.Now, all that said, you are still getting a three-year warranty out of the MBRP aluminized steel system, the Installer Series here, which is still pretty solid given the material but, again, if you want that lifetime warranty, you might need to spend a few more bucks and stick with the MBRP name, go with the XP Series, the Pro Series, and so forth.As far as your components are concerned, well, you do have that huge four-inch mandrel-bent tubing from tip to tip here leading into and out of MBRP's very free-flowing muffler before splitting off into the twin tailpipe sections that exit out of the rear of the truck behind those tires with the twin 5-inch stainless steel tips, which have been embossed with the MBRP logo. Now, this system does include all of the necessary clamps, hangers, all that good stuff to get everything in place.But speaking of getting things in place, now we actually wanna walk you through the job, show you what it takes to get this system installed on your truck at home. So to do so, feel free to check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown now.Man: Tools required for this install include a couple of size rubber mallets, an exhaust hanger remover, a ratchet, impact gun, safety glasses 15-mil socket, an 8-mil Allen, and a pry bar. What's up, guys? Today we're gonna be installing an exhaust on our 2017 Ram 2500. So our first step is gonna be to remove our hangers. So let's get right to it.So we have to remove this exhaust hanger up here first. It's a little tight up there so it's hard to get an exhaust hanger tool in there. So we're gonna go ahead and use a pry bar, and we can kind of just go ahead and work either side back and forth.Right, and just like that, our hanger's free. All right, so our next step is gonna be to remove our clamp. Might be a good time to grab some safety glasses. When you take these off, the rust tends to fly everywhere. So I got my 15-millimeter socket and an impact gun, I'm gonna go ahead and remove it.All right, now, we can go to the backside and start to wiggle out this tailpipe. I find it easier to bang on the edge of the muffler here with a little rubber mallet.Okay. So we have two hangers on the backside of the larger muffler and then one hanger on the front and our clamp. We'll undo our first hanger, undo our clamp, and then we can slide it out of the back two hangers.All right, now, with our clamp loose, we can go ahead and slide this muffler out. All right, so we were able to slide our hanger out on this side but this side is a little tighter. So I'm gonna get in there with our remover tool. And now, we can go ahead and pull straight back.All right, so our last step is gonna be to remove our final exhaust hanger, remove our clamp, and now we can slide this pipe out. So now, that we have our stock exhaust uninstalled, we can go ahead and lower our spare tire. So you got a little toolkit. It's usually tucked under the backseat of the truck. So you've got these little poles and you've got these tabs, push in, they click into these holes.And then we can use our tire iron, slide it through here with this pen again. And now, we're gonna be looking into the small little access hole. This square tip is gonna meet up on the inside and then we can turn to the left and lower our tire.So now, we can go into that access hole kind of at a downward and to the left angle. And then when we connect our poll, twist to the left, and lower our tire. Now, once we have some slack on our tire, we can go ahead and fish out our mount.And just like that, our spare tire is out. All right, so our next step is to remove these three bolts holding this tire heat shield on. So I'll use a 10-millimeter socket to get these out.So now that we have our three bolts removed, we can go ahead and install our bolt and our big washer, pull back on that heat shield, and it will slide through the large hole,and then we can come back on the other side with another large washer, and then our hanger.And then we use our small washer, our lock washer, and our nut. And then we can loosely secure this with a 14-millimeter wrench and 14-millimeter socket. And then we can repeat that same process on the other side.All right, so our next step is to take our extender pipe. Now, there's gonna be a little notch on the top of here that this little cutout slides into just gonna help properly align the exhaust. Just make sure you slide it in there. And then we can take our exhaust clamp with the hanger, slide it over, and then into our hanger here, and then we can tighten that down with a 15-millimeter socket.And now, we can move on to our next step. All right, so now, that we have our tailpipe extension installed, we can go ahead and slide a 3.5-inch clamp over our muffler and slide that over. And then we can get a 15-millimeter socket and loosely fit that clamp down.Now, we can move to our next step. All right, so now that we've installed our muffler, we can go ahead and slide another 3.5-inch clamp over top, and then we can install our over axle pipe.Now, we can move on to our next step. All right, so now that we have our over axle pipe in place, we can go ahead and tighten down our clamp, and leave it just a little bit loose and we'll come back and snug everything down at the end.All right, so now, coming back to our spare tire holder, we have this heat shield, there's gonna be two more 10-millimeter bolts back here holding it in and we can fully remove that.All right, with our heat shield out, we can move on to our next step. So next we can take our Y pipe, slide our clamp over top. This is gonna be a 4-inch clamp. We could slide it over our over axle pipe. And then once again, we can come in with our 15-millimeter socket, and tighten down this clamp. And we'll leave that one a little loose like the others as well.All right, so our next step is to take our driver's side tailpipe and a 4-inch clamp and slide that over the edge, slide that in, and then we'll hang this into our hanger. And now, we can do that same process on the other side. So now we can take our passenger side tailpipe, slide another 4-inch clamp over the top. And we can slide this in place.And now, we can go ahead and tighten down our clamps, leaving them a little bit loose. Now, we can move on to the next step.All right, so now we can go ahead and install our tips. This will slide right over the edge. And you can adjust these to however you please, put them super far in to get that flush with the body or you can have a little bit of poke like I like. So once you get into place, we'll take an 8-mil Allen, tighten that down.All right, so now, we can get the exhaust in a position where we like it, and then we can start from the front, and start tightening all the bolts on the clamps, work our way to the back and we can wrap up this install.So that'll wrap up this review and install on the MBRP 4-inch Installer Series Dual Exhaust System with Polished Tips and Side Exit for your 2014 to 2022 6.4 liter Ram 2500. Thanks for watching. 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      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Mellow Exhaust Note
      • Improves Exhaust Flow for More Power
      • 4 in. Mandrel-Bent Aluminized Steel Tubing
      • 5 in. Polished Stainless Steel Tip
      • Exits Behind Rear Passenger Tire
      • Bolt-On Installation, Some Trimming May Be Required
      • Fits All 2014-2022 6.4L RAM 2500s


      Mellowed-Out Intensity. Time to go mellow with your exhaust note? Install the MBRP Installer Series 4-inch Cat-Back Exhaust - Single Side Exit to your RAM for a smoother and richer sound that still brims with power and peak performance. The MBRP Cat-Back successfully takes away all those pesky restrictions and replaces it with extra horsepower and torque for the ultimate in control and freedom

      Unlimited Performance. Define power with no limits with the MBRP Installer Series 4-inch Cat-Back Exhaust - Single Side Exit. It’s built to soar with free-flowing exhaust and a supply of power for when you need it. Your RAM has never felt as turbo-charged as this, and you’ll be able to hear the difference with a cozier, more laid-back sound than usual. It purrs with power.

      USA Made. The MBRP Cat-Back boasts solid build and careful design with a 4-inch Mandrel-Bent Aluminized Steel Tubing and 5-inch Polished Stainless-Steel Tip. High-quality stainless-steel means they are built to last and perform. No more worries about the harsh wear and tear, the Cat-Back Exhaust can thrive and survive.

      Installation Is A Snap. To install the MBRP's Single Side Exit Cat-Back Exhaust, use an OEM hanger. It’s easy to mount and replace your RAM's stock exhaust. Some cab and bed sizes will require trimming of the piping.

      Application.This MBRP Installer Series 4-Inch Single Side Exit Cat-Back Exhaust is specifically designed to fit all cab and bed sizes available for the 2014-2022 6.4L RAM 2500s.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Front Pipe
      • (1) Extension Pipe
      • (1) Muffler
      • (1) Over Axle Pipe
      • (1) Tailpipe
      • (1) Exhaust Tip
      • (1) Hanger Clamp
      • (3)Four-Inch Clamps
      • (2) 3/8 Inch x 2.50 Inch Hex Bolts
      • (2) 3/8-Inch Hex Nuts
      • (4) 3/8-Inch Flat Washers
      • (2) 3/8-Inch Lock Washers

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