Gibson exhaust

Robert357

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21 F-250 Tremor 7.3
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21 F-250 King Ranch 6.7
I was going through cat back options for the 7.3 L gas engine. I came across a very attractive option from Gibson exhaust. However, I don’t think I’ve ever recalled anyone discussing Gibson before and I’m wondering why… Does anyone have experience or know anyone with feedback with a Gibson system? My Internet searches have shown that for other platforms it’s a fairly decent system. Any thoughts, opinions or experience would be greatly appreciated as always.
 
My brother put one on his 2003 Ram back in the day and it sounded great. Exited in front of rear tire. Looked good too. No clue about their current systems.
 
I was going through cat back options for the 7.3 L gas engine. I came across a very attractive option from Gibson exhaust. However, I don’t think I’ve ever recalled anyone discussing Gibson before and I’m wondering why… Does anyone have experience or know anyone with feedback with a Gibson system? My Internet searches have shown that for other platforms it’s a fairly decent system. Any thoughts, opinions or experience would be greatly appreciated as always.
All I see on their website are systems for Mustangs and F150s. Do you have a link for the Super Duty 7.3?
 

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All I see on their website are systems for Mustangs and F150s. Do you have a link for the Super Duty 7.3
My mistake, those websites all say it fits our truck. However, I went to the actual Gibson site and it says they’re all for the 8 foot bed.
 
My mistake, those websites all say it fits our truck. However, I went to the actual Gibson site and it says they’re all for the 8 foot bed.
I read the install guide - you have tp cut one pipe down for the smaller bed
 
I read the install guide - you have tp cut one pipe down for the smaller bed
It would be worth a call to Gibson to make sure that dual pipe setup can clear the larger spare on the Tremor vs the regular F250. I don't see any advantage in two small pipes, over one larger pipe, especially since it is a single pipe ahead of the dual pipes. Also, they only say "stainless" in some of their literature, and "304 stainless" in other areas. The one shown doesn't mention stainless at all, so it is probably aluminized steel. If they don't make it clear which kind of stainless, it's probably 409 stainless, which does rust. 304 is the best and won't rust. For my money, a single pipe of 304 is the way to go.
 
It would be worth a call to Gibson to make sure that dual pipe setup can clear the larger spare on the Tremor vs the regular F250. I don't see any advantage in two small pipes, over one larger pipe, especially since it is a single pipe ahead of the dual pipes. Also, they only say "stainless" in some of their literature, and "304 stainless" in other areas. The one shown doesn't mention stainless at all, so it is probably aluminized steel. If they don't make it clear which kind of stainless, it's probably 409 stainless, which does rust. 304 is the best and won't rust. For my money, a single pipe of 304 is the way to go.
I agree. I would double check to make sure it fits with a larger spare. I have the MBRP in my garage and watched many videos about installing. There’s not a lot of room even with the one 4 inch coming out.
 
Ran Gibson with dual tips on my Gen 1 Raptor. It sounded good, especially with the hammer down.
 

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