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Justin: If you're the owner of a 2017 and newer Super Duty Gasser truck and you're looking to go big on a budget, well then you'll wanna check out the four-inch installer system from MBRP that we're talking about here today. Now, this system is gonna combine that massive four-inch diameter with the aluminized steel build and aggressive tone all for right around the mid to high $400 price point. Install is gonna get a middle-of-the-road two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter according to the site and take a couple of hours at most to complete from start to finish, but as always guys, hang with me for a bit. We'll walk you through this job on our Super Duty later in the video. Let's just jump right into the sound you can expect out of the four-inch MBRP, and honestly guys, I'm a pretty big fan here. Now, with the installer system installed, the tone was pretty deep, not overly loud, and the truck definitely picked up a ton of presents on the road which I absolutely love. So, going to my wake to neighbor scale, I have this system coming in at a very robust three out of five on my one to five or one to wake the neighbors scale.Now it does get a little bit loud inside the truck after the install but I would say that's to be expected here and I wouldn't get it confused with drone by any means. A little boomy but definitely not overpowering. Now shaping the sound with this particular system will be the free-flowing MBRP muffler here which is straight through by design, features a perforated tube internals and that's gonna help deliver a deeper, more powerful tone overall, but the big story here guys, no doubt, is gonna be the four-inch diameter with your tubing. All of it mandrel bent as you can see, and this is gonna help dramatically increase your exhaust flow, lower the back pressure slightly but at the same time, it's also gonna ditch a ton of weight off the truck factory cat-back. It's big. It's heavy. It's clunky. This system is certainly gonna shed a few pounds, which is always a good thing. Now, this particular kit does include the 5-inch chrome tip here. It is embossed with the MBRP logo as you can see and this guy will exit in the factory location behind that passenger side rear tire. Now if you did prefer, maybe, a stealthier look, MBRP does offer their black series exhaust which is gonna be nearly identical to this one.In fact, it's the same material, that aluminized steel, but it does powder coat or ceramic coat the axle-back portion in black, and that's certainly gonna help deliver that more aggressive, stealthier look, and you can find that here on the site as well for about a couple hundred bucks more when compared to your installer system. Now, again, the installer system has been built out of aluminized steel which is gonna be the biggie in keeping costs down but it does get a little bit more susceptible to corrosion over the years, especially for truck owners who live in snowy areas and you see a lot of road salt during the winter months. Now with that said, MBRP does still kick in a three-year warranty with the installer series system here which is notable and it's not something you see on a lot of other aluminized steel systems, but now let's shift gears and talk about the install on your gas or truck. Again, six, two, seven, three. It's not gonna be that bad once you get the factory system out of the way, that is gonna be your most challenging part. But to give you a better idea of what to expect at home, feel free to check out our detailed walkthrough and tool breakdown right now.Male: Tools used for this installation: 3/8 electric impact gun, 3/8 extension, 10-millimeter, 13, and 15-millimeter sockets, black magic marker, 5/16 Allen, tape measure, 3/8 drive ratchet, a grommet removal tool, and PB B'laster. First thing we're gonna do, we have our vehicle up on a lift. If you're at home and you don't have a lift, you want to jack your vehicle up. Make sure you got jack stands under to support it very well. Once we get under here, we're gonna start with PB B'laster and lube up our bolts that we're gonna be loosening, one up here, two back here behind the muffler and the rubber exhaust grommets. We're gonna lube them up and let them soak a little bit so that way it's easier for us to pry and get them off. Now the first thing I've already sprayed everything. Everything's been soaking for a little while so what I'm gonna do first, take my 15-millimeter, get under here and start removing my first clamp. Now I'm gonna loosen this clamp up. I'm not gonna take it all the way off. I'm just going to make sure it's pretty loose and then I'll give it a smack with a hammer to open it up. That'll give us access to get this pipe off.Next, we're gonna go to the back. There's two nuts holding up a bracket that holds the hanger for the back muffler. We'll get those loose and then we'll start on our rubber exhaust grommets. Now, this clamp here, we're gonna remove the two 13-millimeters and take this bracket off and that'll release that...this is actually welded to the pipe but that releases the bracket there. Now we'll start removing our rubber exhaust grommets. So now to make this easier, I'm just gonna remove the two 10-millimeter bolts right here that hold this rubber grommet on. Even though I sprayed it, which is still good, I'm not gonna wrestle with it with a pry bar under here. I'm just gonna remove these then when I get it on the ground I can take my grommet removal tool and pop it off and make it a lot easier, and then we'll just reinstall our mount here before we put the new exhaust on. Now I'm gonna do this same thing on the back grommet and get that one off so that the exhaust hangs down. Then we'll be able to wiggle and get it out from underneath here. So now I'm going to make this a little easier by removing the 10-millimeters that hold this bracket on. There's actually four of them, two on each side.So now you're just gonna wanna repeat the same procedure on the other side of the bracket. So now that I got everything unhooked, we're ready to take it out. I got Joe here to give me a hand. We're going to slide it off and fish it through. If you're doing this on the ground, you might have to make some cuts to get it out, but we should be able to fish it through and take the whole exhaust off in one piece. So now we got both exhaust systems here and we're comparing them. We have our old exhaust that we took off and we got a new exhaust. The front pipe here is gonna have to be cut to length. Now, depending on your truck, cab, bed length, if it's a crew cab, standard cab, short box, the manufacturer is gonna give you a size to cut this pipe so that this kit fits. That's what we're gonna do next. We're gonna get our length. We're gonna take it over our chop saw, cut our pipe, and then we'll start installing our exhaust. So now we have our pipe up on our bench. We're gonna make a cut on this pipe. The manufacturer is gonna give you different lengths that you can cut off of this depending on the wheelbase of your truck. On ours, we're gonna cut this pipe at 16 and a quarter.Now you're gonna wanna cut from this end, not the flange, then down here. So we're gonna take our tape measure. We're going to find 16 and a quarter. Make our mark. Now we're gonna take this over to our chop saw, make our cut, clean our pipe and we're ready to install. Now that we got our mark, we're gonna bring our chop saw here, give it our cut. It's definitely a big pipe. Our blade's getting a little low. I'm just gonna give it a spin so we can get through it. Now we'll clean up the end. Now we're ready to install. So now we got our pipe cut. You're gonna see there's a notch in this front pipe. I have my hanger on. I'm gonna take that. There's a nub sticking out of our pipe that comes off the truck. We're gonna line that up so that that slides in place. Put our hanger. I'm gonna take our 15-millimeter and just give it a little bit of a snug like that for now. That'll just hold it in place. So now we're gonna install this bracket that they give us and put it on one of our clamps. You're gonna take it, put the big end through the nut and then push it down in so it hooks into a place like that. Then we're gonna take this and we're gonna slide it over top of our pipe and through our rubber grommet that we reinstalled.We took that off in the beginning but now I put everything back on. Now I'm gonna slide our muffler on. Once I get it in place, I'll push our clamp and our hanger over top of it. So I got my muffler on. I got my clamp started. I'm gonna use a hammer and just wrap around the edges just to get it to go around and get in place so that I can tighten it. Now I'm gonna just give it a snug. I don't wanna make it too tight because I wanna be able to move it around for fitment. Now we'll help put up our axle pipe. Now we're gonna put our axle pipe on. First thing I'm gonna do is put my clamp on. Get my clamp where I need it. I have my axle pipe just sitting under here. It's gonna go into the pipe and then we're gonna lift up and slide it into the rubber grommets from our previous exhaust. I'm gonna snug this one up just a little bit. So now I'm gonna install a tailpipe. I already put my clamp on. I'm gonna slide it through the hanger and get the pipe started so it slides into the other pipe. Now once I have that in, then we'll finish tighten that up. Now we're gonna install our tip. I'm gonna wanna straight and then we'll tighten around. Screw up.Now once we have that tight, now you're gonna wanna take your 15-millimeter and tighten all your clamps. I'm gonna start in the front and work my way back. Now we're gonna start up front. Tighten our clamps. Make sure you get them good and tight. Now we'll tighten our tailpipe and we're finished. And that's it. That wraps up this review and install of our MBRP 4-inch Installer Series Single Exhaust System with chrome tip for '17 to '21 F-250 Super Duties with a 6.2 liter. Thanks for watching. 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Powerful Exhaust Note. When you're looking to empower your Ford F-250, then the MBRP 4-Inch Installer Series Single Exhaust System with Polished Tip; Side Exit is what you need to take it to the next level. Its powerful roar as soon as you hit the gas ensures that you're going to turn heads as soon as you turn on your car.
Improved Performance. This exhaust system is designed to boost both horsepower and torque, thanks to its mandrel-bent design, which boosts exhaust flow and reduces temperature. You're going to feel the difference as soon as you step on the gas.
Built to Last. This exhaust system has been forged from aluminized steel, which provides superior strength and corrosion resistance. The wide, 4-inch exhaust tubing allows for superior exhaust ventilation and lowered exhaust temperature for added performance.
Installation. This exhaust system is designed to be installed with simple hand tools and either a car lift or jack stands. It's completely bolt-on, so no drilling or cutting is required. Please allow about 2 hours for full installation.
Three-Year Warranty. This exhaust system is protected against defects in material and workmanship for a period of 3 years after purchase. Please see MBRP's full warranty for complete details.
Application. This MBRP 4-Inch Installer Series Single Exhaust System with Polished Tip; Side Exit is designed to fit 2017-2022 Ford F-250 Super Duty models equipped with a 6.2-liter engine. Please ensure correct model and engine size before purchase.
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