New! Jeep JL muffler elimination pipe

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    The Jeep JL® Muffler Elimination Pipe makes quick and easy work of removing your vehicle’s muffler. This muffler elimination pipe is easy to install, and delivers a deep performance tone.

    It is manufactured with mandrel bent, Stainless Steel pipe that will last for years to come. The Jeep JL Muffler Elimination Pipe is engineered to provide optimal ground clearance along with an improvement in horsepower & torque. This kit is designed to function with aftermarket suspension systems and frame/body protection accessories.

    • Straight through design ensures unrestricted exhaust flow and reduces back pressure 2.5-in.
    • Mandrel bent Stainless Steel tubing for lifelong protection
    • Engineered for high groundclearance
    • Provides increased sound and tone.


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    How much louder than stock?

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    About 20% or so. We are working on a video too!!!
    Some folks are selling their stock axle-back and making a little $$$ too.

     
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    I'm using a competitor's straight pipe and it isn't loud at all. It provides a nice European sound when getting up to speed, not a ricer sound. When cruising at RPM, it is quiet. So, no drone.

    Note: This also eliminates the hefty weight of the stock suitcase muffler and the extreme bend in the pipe after the catalytic converter. Not to mention no more pancake of the tailpipe or breaking the aluminum hangers when wheeling.
     
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    What would be cool is having it exit on the passenger side. Just a thought for your R&D guys. :like:
     
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    Well said/reviewed. :)

     
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    That gets much more $$$$.
    Save that money. ;)

     
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    Looking forward to a sound clip. I really like quiet vehicles now that I’ve put some age on and hate drone. However, that stock muffler is in a perfect spot to be smashed

    Brett
     
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    Nice job guys!
     
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    Also looking forward t sound clip, I want a slightly beefier sound and additional HP
     
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    Can't beat the price. The installation instructions link is broken on your site
     
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    Will switching affect emissions at all?
     
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    Shouldn’t. It’s after the cat and any sensors

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    I would be very interested in this if it is easy to put on / take off. Would love to have it as something to put on before a tough trail day, and take off for DD.
     
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    The hardest part is getting the factory muffler off. Once that is done, it takes about 5 minutes to slip the new pipe on.
     
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