Exhaust on JL Moab. Why doesn’t it sound throaty at all?

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Just installed the Gibson Dual exhaust on my 2019 Moab today. There’s many videos on YouTube of people’s Gibson exhausts sounding throaty. I’ve posted mine in the link below, as you can see, it doesn’t sound so great after all.

Any suggestions?

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My opinion only... had Gibson before never again.
Ride with it for 2 months before it finally breaks in and sound gets better but no by much.

You can add a cold air intake up front and both will sound better maybe.
 

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I think it sounds good. Not much loader than stock but deeper. As mentioned it will get louder as time goes on and you got rid of the giant suitcase.
 

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Also think it sounds pretty good :like:
 

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Just installed the Gibson Dual exhaust on my 2019 Moab today. There’s many videos on YouTube of people’s Gibson exhausts sounding throaty. I’ve posted mine in the link below, as you can see, it doesn’t sound so great after all.

Any suggestions?

It sounds exactly as a Dual Overhead Cam V6 should. You're probably not going to get a very deep sound like you could with the old pushrod engines. I had a Gibson Exhaust on my old Dodge Dakota and loved it. But the mechanics of the new engines are going to make a different sound.
 
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My opinion only... had Gibson before never again.
Ride with it for 2 months before it finally breaks in and sound gets better but no by much.

You can add a cold air intake up front and both will sound better maybe.
Why wouldn’t you again?
 
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