Aftermarket Exhaust

EasyDoesItNM

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Misty
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Hey guys, I’m wanting to find out what kind of aftermarket exhaust system you’re running (brand, axle back or catback), and what your experiences are so far? If able to choose again would you pick something different and why?

Thanks a million,

Misty
 

ColoJLRubi

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Love my Borla S-type axleback.....very easy install and really nice sound

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mandrew

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Not me but my buddy has a magnaflow on his JL. The exhaust has a deep tone.
 

Dingus

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2-Door JL Rubicon ordered 10/28/18, built 12/19/18, delivered 1/14/19
Installed a Magnaflow Catback Rock Crawler exhaust onto my 2 door rubicon. I got it for: Better flow, better clearance, lighter weight, louder sound (in that order).

Reading reviews and in my experience, you'll have to cut 1/2" from the last pipe to have it fit the hangers. Mine still touches the frame at the very end, but no rattling. It's a little drone-y on the freeway, but not too bad compared to my car.
 
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