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Re: 3.7l performance love

Best Exhaust to make a 3.7 sound like a hemi?
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Old 03-28-2016, 03:17 AM
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Its really extensive on what I can do with the trans and makes it to where I don't need a performance tcm.



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Best Exhaust to make a 3.7 sound like a hemi?

Haha!! Ok, Chaz, this is a pretty easy one to field. Short answer, you can't. If you want to sound like a HEMI you've gotta be a HEMI. There are a few exhaust options to give your 3.7 a better exhaust note however, Gibson offers a full catback I believe and should sound pretty good. There are others as well, just depends on what you're willing to spend and how you want to end up. You can always just replace the enormous suitcase muffler with something a bit more free flowing, that'll give you the sound you may be looking for, just not necessarily the performance of a full catback. Check out magnaflow, they're a bit better at mitigating the drone @ constant speeds, than say flowmaster or other chambered type mufflers. I see you're new here and have posted a couple questions already, welcome, and don't hesitate to ask more if you need. With all of us together, there isn't much we don't know or haven't already done, it can be an invaluable resource to have available.
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Best Exhaust to make a 3.7 sound like a hemi?
Rkirk is right on this one. There is nothing you can do to the 3.7 to make it sound like a hemi. However, he is right on how far your willing to take it. I have the most extreme setup on mine in terms of sound and it isn't Something that can be bought on a website.

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That's mine at idle. It's also a 3.7 liter v6 but with a track tested setup of my creation
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So it's getting warm here in ohio and I just cranked on the air. Cold air comes blazing out the dash vents just fine. The middle console vents on the other hand are blowing warm air out. A little odd.
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Lmao Ken black doesn't have anything on you brother.


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Hey guys, just wanted to let y'all know I found a second company besides weaponX that makes ignition coils for our motors.

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Re: 3.7l performance love

Hey Guys,
New to this thread. love all of the information. I have a 07 with custom CAI, jet stage one (don't think it does anything after the computer learns it). Haven't gotten around to doing much else to it because I have been spending my money on fluids and routine maintenance, work on it myself about 90% of the time. I am interested in a getting a flow master 70 series, the stock is rotting out. Does this installation require an intermediate pipe? or can I just cut off the stock muffler and weld/clamp the flow master on without changing the intermediate pipe. How much would a flow master muffler install cost at a mom and pop muffler shop?

Also, have you relocated your IAT sensor closer to the filter on a CAI for cooler temps?

Thanks for the help
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Hey guys.. haven't been able to get on here for a while, but I have been searching for a set of headers for my 08 wk 3.7... seems to be the 05-7 will work with the same jba headers they make for the liberty, but I cannot find anyone who lists a set for 08-10.... please help
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Hey Guys,

New to this thread. love all of the information. I have a 07 with custom CAI, jet stage one (don't think it does anything after the computer learns it). Haven't gotten around to doing much else to it because I have been spending my money on fluids and routine maintenance, work on it myself about 90% of the time. I am interested in a getting a flow master 70 series, the stock is rotting out. Does this installation require an intermediate pipe? or can I just cut off the stock muffler and weld/clamp the flow master on without changing the intermediate pipe. How much would a flow master muffler install cost at a mom and pop muffler shop?



Also, have you relocated your IAT sensor closer to the filter on a CAI for cooler temps?



Thanks for the help

Best bet is to measure your stock muffler length and compare to the specs of the flow. When I put my 40 series in a few years ago I had to use something 18" of pipe to make up the difference, same with the Dynomax VT I put in last year. I know the 70 series is a longer body but I doubt it's as long as the oem "suitcase" muffler. Word of advice, if you're concerned with drone at Hwy speeds/constant RPM's, I'd advise against a flowmaster. The chambered design makes for a nasty in cab drone, the 70 series will probably be better than the 40 I had but I'd imagine it'd still be noticeable at best. Unless you're going for that, then disregard and carry on. If not, check out a Magnaflow or the Dynomax VT, both will provide good performance gains and sound, while mitigating the drone. As far as cost goes, it's a fairly simple install, any decent exhaust shop shouldn't charge you more than $100 to weld it in and provide the small length of pipe to fit, all you'll need to provide is your muffler of choice and your Jeep. Amazon will usually have the best prices on a muffler, just go to whichever manufacturers website you decide on and find your part #, search that p/n on Amazon and it'll go a lot smoother. Good luck and feel free to ask any other questions you have, Jeff and I can usually field whatever comes up.
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