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snewt22 09-29-2009 08:32 PM

Exhaust for 3.7
hey guys, prob a dumb question but sorry, I cant afford a V8, or a Hemi, or an SRT-8.........some of you guys are lucky stuck with a 3.7 V6..... Id like to know if there is any exhaust that would make it sound better than what it does..... I dont want the v8 sound or anything so plz no bashing, but like my uncle has an Infiniti FX35 suv, and it seriously sounds like a niiiiice sports car.....which is what im going for, the engines cant be that much different so guys, any help would be grateful......if you just have dumb things to say, i dont even want to hear it, im stuck with what I have and I just want to make the best of it

Robert Palmer 09-29-2009 08:48 PM

Re: Exhaust for 3.7
Even though the two cylinders make a big difference in sound, there are options for you. For a 3.7 I would recommend a Flowmaster muffler. Raspy sound.

DAVY27 09-29-2009 08:50 PM

Re: Exhaust for 3.7
nothin wrong wit a 3.7 bro!

Megatron 09-29-2009 08:53 PM

Re: Exhaust for 3.7
Alot of the 3.7'ers have flowmasters.

DAVY27 09-29-2009 08:55 PM

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added to list :) LOL

Megatron 09-29-2009 08:56 PM

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Originally Posted by DAVY27 (Post 69770)
added to list :) LOL

:lol: !

TimmyB 09-29-2009 09:20 PM

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i have a 3.7 and bought the Magnaflow SS catback exhaust and K&N CAI at the same time, to let more air in and more air out, I think the two mods def compliment eachother. The magnaflow catback I have on now does sound "louder" than stock, and ive had a few people come up and ask what I had in it from them hearing me coming from down the road. I went with magnaflow because there isnt that many cat back options to choose for the 3.7 and I think Flowmaster is more deeper sounding made for trucks. But thats just me and not having heard too many diff exhausts. I also LOVE the exhaust note on Infinitys, I can pick them out just by the sound of it going down the street, sounds like an exotic car to me IMO. I havent even researched to see whats under them, but wonder if just getting a stock infinity muffler would produce that sound in a Jeep. Im not sure if the sound will come out the same, but I can video mine and post it, before I swap it out for a stock srt exhaust I just got earlier today to install. I cant wait for this thing to be installed.

TimmyB 09-29-2009 09:25 PM

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Ohhh, and I was goofing off on a web site earlier and I saw that my previous 94 GC which was a 5.2 only had something like 230hp, and this 05 WK 3.7 has 210hp stock nevermind the mods ive done to it. I always knew it felt "quicker" than my 5.2, and def alot cheaper at the pumps where i was seriously spending 20 bucks a day to work and back and now I fill it with 40 bucks and almost lasts the week. I actually looked for a V6 when buying this one now because of gas prices and I dont tow or go off road.

snewt22 09-29-2009 09:37 PM

Re: Exhaust for 3.7
I'd love to see video of the sound of yours man, I had a 2001 eclipse gt with a magnaflow and k&n cold airand loved it! But I know what u mean about the Infiniti, I think they only have 3.2 or 3.5 liter so there should b no reason I couldn't find an exhaust to get that sound

B.P.O.D 09-29-2009 09:52 PM

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timmy i wanna hear too!!! snewt22 welcome! lots of 3.7 users here:) nothing wrong with them at all

TimmyB 09-29-2009 10:27 PM

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Ok, i'll get my camcorder out tomorrow and take a video of it at idle and revving. Im actually curious to hear what it sounds like outside, since im always IN the car. lol. But I know its louder and people def know I have an aftermarket exhaust. After I get this srt exhaust installed I might be willing to get rid of my magnaflow catback system for cheap if someone wants to ship me there stock exhaust for when I ever sell this car and convert it back to stock.

Scottina06 09-29-2009 10:28 PM

Re: Exhaust for 3.7
u can try for some 3.7 clips

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