Well, since the last time . . . Thank you!Seemed like it had a bit of a vibration type hum prior to notching and sliding it up that extra 3/4", but it's been awhile so I can't recall 100%, but I do believe it was an improvement.
With the 3.6L, but after a few months (and two 5-hour highway drives) I began to melt my storage tray.Anyone with the 2.0 turbo just remove their OEM muffler totally and drive around for a bit before the Dynomax delete? I did this because I thought it would be kinda the same sound before I ordered one of these muffler deletes but it sounded horrible!
Thanks for the inspiration. I finally got around to doing something similar, small write-up here for anyone interested:
I personally don't feel that it is very loud either. I don't think you will have any issues with the neighbors. It is only semi loud to me at WOT but even then I don't think it is loud at all.Curious as to how the dynamax delete is volume wise with the top down.. I really want to pick one up for the clearance benefits and weight reduction (plus a little growl is exciting!), but I'm worried wife and kiddo will hate it with the top down or be obnoxiously loud...
Youtube videos are beyond worthless at gauging how it sounds in real life.. Just don't want to be one of those assholes waking everyone up as I drive down the street in the neighborhood and deafening my toddler in the back seat.
I didn't do it to see any gains, I personally enjoy the sound and I get more enjoyment out of my Jeep. That is what makes it worth it to me.All a louder exhaust accomplishes more mom's in minivans trying to race me from stoplights. It's annoying. You would need a tune and both intake and exhaust mods to really see any substantial increase (across the board).