My friend has that exact setup on his 06. Not impressed at all, it's too quiet and for some reason he keeps getting exhaust leaks off the head and at the cat-back. Dealership installed and fixed every time too. I wouldn't bother, but that's just me.
I would just leave the factory header and take it to a custom exhaust shop.
97 Wrangler Sport, 4" of random lift, 33" BFG KM1s, steel bumpers
Don't waste you're money on your wrangler exhaust system. You will see little improvement, and it's essentially for pure aesthetics. There are much better mods out there that are worth you're time, even if you aren't into off roading.
Well I think I will take all of your advice. I want to do some sort of exhaust work so I think the idea of eliminating the headers from my originally idea would be a good idea. I would like to put something on there to give me a bit of a throatier sound. I think by the spring I am going to put some lift into the rig but that will wait until about March / April.
'04 Wrangler Sport
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MBRP makes a good exhaust system that you might like that is not terribly expensive. I have it on mine and I love it
4 liter in line six, Bestop Highrock bumpers, Warn winch, light guards, grill guard, Westin running boards, Dick Cepec DC-1's on 33" Mickey Thompson MTZ's, pocket style fender flares, d-rings, hard top, tinted windows, a completely redone sound system with Alpine Type S in rollbar, Arc speakers in the dash and an Alpine headunit, Iggee's seat covers, 3" suspension lift, MBRP Exhaust System, IPF fog lights, steering stabilizers, a woofer, 12" ported Rockford Fosgate subwoofer and amp.