Black Bolt On Exhaust Tip?

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I am not looking to change the exhaust at this time but I would consider putting on a black bolt on exhaust tip having trouble locating a 3 1/2 inch inlet and wanting it to be no longer than 9 inches anything Suggestions or help and be appreciative
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just do the dynomax muffler delete and problem solved
 

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yes but its not LOUD. it sounds like what the jeep should sound like from the factory.
Gotcha... I was just worried it would be super loud and draw the ire of our friendly local law enforcement. What about dash codes? If the exhaust system doesn’t have all of its components, won’t that cause the system to throw a code?
 

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You can unbolt and remove the muffler for no cost and drive it around to see roughly what it will sound like with the muffler delete. The exhaust will exit under the vehicle and it will be a small bit louder than with the delete. Thats what I did. Ultimately I decided to keep the stock muffler on. My wife liked it better without it though. No codes thrown.
 

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Gotcha... I was just worried it would be super loud and draw the ire of our friendly local law enforcement. What about dash codes? If the exhaust system doesn’t have all of its components, won’t that cause the system to throw a code?
Nope not super loud, but more importantly, there's no drone. If you don't know what drone is, it's basically a very annoying resonance which gets inside your brain and drives you absolutely crazy!

As far as codes, no it doesn't affect the emission system. The muffler is not part of the emission system. Basically the only parts of the exhaust which are emissions related are the catalytic converters and O2 sensors. A muffler (or lack thereof) won't reduce or increase any exhaust particulates, it does what is says: muffles the sound exiting the engine.
 

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Gotcha... I was just worried it would be super loud and draw the ire of our friendly local law enforcement. What about dash codes? If the exhaust system doesn’t have all of its components, won’t that cause the system to throw a code?
nope. Not at all for either one.
 

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Nope not super loud, but more importantly, there's no drone. If you don't know what drone is, it's basically a very annoying resonance which gets inside your brain and drives you absolutely crazy!

As far as codes, no it doesn't affect the emission system. The muffler is not part of the emission system. Basically the only parts of the exhaust which are emissions related are the catalytic converters and O2 sensors. A muffler (or lack thereof) won't reduce or increase any exhaust particulates, it does what is says: muffles the sound exiting the engine.
nope. Not at all for either one.
Awesome, thank you for the info!
 
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