Inside the Exhaust Pipe Cleaning Tool ?

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Ok so we all know you don't put anything wet inside the exhaust pipe. A lot of carbon does get accumulated in there.

So keep it clean or just let the carbon collect?

If kept clean what tool to use?

I have been looking but to no avail.

Anyone got any ideas? would love to hear from you.


Images and personal tales are sure appreciated.

As a reference i have this on the jeep right now and it sounds great,

just want to maintain it in the best possible way.

RedRock 4x4 High Clearance Cat-Back Exhaust.

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I guess I don't understand why you think you'd need to clean out the exhaust pipe. These aren't super hi-performance race cars, where the exhaust system is changed/tuned depending on track, weather, etc. The exhaust pipe diameter (2.5") is definitely large enough to allow for sufficient flow with 1 mm of carbon/soot buildup.

Don't worry about the buildup in your exhaust pipe (should be minimal anyways if everything's operating normally) and enjoy your Jeep. It's one less thing to worry about.
 
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I guess I don't understand why you think you'd need to clean out the exhaust pipe. These aren't super hi-performance race cars, where the exhaust system is changed/tuned depending on track, weather, etc. The exhaust pipe diameter (2.5") is definitely large enough to allow for sufficient flow with 1 mm of carbon/soot buildup.

Don't worry about the buildup in your exhaust pipe (should be minimal anyways if everything's operating normally) and enjoy your Jeep. It's one less thing to worry about.
Sounds Good to me.
 

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Why not? My Honda Foreman ATV has a small plate that Honda recommends to be removed periodically to let you blow accumulated carbon out of the muffler. I always change my tire air from summer to winter religiously. I do this when I sharpen my wiper blades in preparation for winter.

Sorry, I need to go watch some more Borat.
 

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