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Old 05-02-2010, 09:01 AM
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Re: Exhaust options of new jeep

I'm leaning towards magnaflow but i saw on some other jeep it has dual tips instead of one. Can i change the tip on the magnaflow catback? I really like that dual tip

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Old 05-02-2010, 09:21 AM
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Re: Exhaust options of new jeep

I have a Magnaflow on my '08 and highly recommend it. Simply bolt on and go. Can do it your self in about 1 1/2 hours.
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Re: Exhaust options of new jeep

I have an 18in Magnaflow and love it, You can go with the catback but since its the same size and bend in the pipes that I've heard it makes no power difference over just adding the muffler. I chose to just throw a muffler on, it was $105? shipped for the stainless 18in Magnaflow and like 40 bucks to have it put on. It sounds awesome especially when I get on it but it does not rumble a ton at idle, that seems to be more of a Flowmaster thing. The Magnaflow for me on a Jeep sounds more like a sports car than some of the other exhaust systems I have heard on Jeep's and Dodges if that is the sound you are going for.
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