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Old 03-16-2012, 09:44 PM   #1
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Dynomax Super Turbo cat-back installed...

Well... I picked this cat-back up from Amazon for $142 to my door. 2.5" mandrel bent with SS tip. Complete bolt-in within an hour. Nice and mellow with a lil STANK to it which I expected. The CFM rating on the muffler is 502 CFM compared to the stock 225 CFM. I have notice a little more pull and it revs a lot quicker for sure.

If anybody is interested, I have the specific part numbers for the muffler itself and the tailpipe in case someone wants to order a single piece.

From the reviews I have read, people say that the system will get louder over time and use... I hope to get a bit more RUMBLE.... I am very pleased with it!!!

Anybody running this and can verify?

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I have it. It has become a little louder over time, but not bad. I like it. Low rumble, can't hear the difference on the hiway.

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If anybody is interested, I have the specific part numbers for the muffler itself and the tailpipe in case someone wants to order a single piece.

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<-------- Interested.......
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Have a vid/sound clip? Preferably not from right next to the pipe?
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Installation Write up?

You did a great job with BB write up. Could you do an installation write up on the Dynomax Cat Back? I purchased the same one from Amazon for $139 a week ago. Their prices fluctuate a little. Don't forget to send in the $75 rebate; you can download the rebate form at:

http://www.dynomax.com/promotions/Po..._RebatePad.pdf .




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Well... I picked this cat-back up from Amazon for $142 to my door. 2.5" mandrel bent with SS tip. Complete bolt-in within an hour. Nice and mellow with a lil STANK to it which I expected. The CFM rating on the muffler is 502 CFM compared to the stock 225 CFM. I have notice a little more pull and it revs a lot quicker for sure.

If anybody is interested, I have the specific part numbers for the muffler itself and the tailpipe in case someone wants to order a single piece.

From the reviews I have read, people say that the system will get louder over time and use... I hope to get a bit more RUMBLE.... I am very pleased with it!!!

Anybody running this and can verify?
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:31 PM   #6
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If anybody is interested, I have the specific part numbers for the muffler itself and the tailpipe in case someone wants to order a single piece.

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<-------- Interested.......
OK... the part number for the 2.5" mandrel bent tail pipe:

DYNOMAX 54287

Part number for the Dynomax Super Turbo Muffler ( bolt -in):

DYNOMAX 17664
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Have a vid/sound clip? Preferably not from right next to the pipe?
I don't at the moment... I can make one.... There are PLENTY on YouTube already, but I can make one if you want.

I drove it for about 6 hours yesterday after the install and it sounds better today... low rumble is there and more prominent!
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You did a great job with BB write up. Could you do an installation write up on the Dynomax Cat Back? I purchased the same one from Amazon for $139 a week ago. Their prices fluctuate a little. Don't forget to send in the $75 rebate; you can download the rebate form at:

http://www.dynomax.com/promotions/Po..._RebatePad.pdf .

SAWEET!!!! thanks!!!!

Writeup coming!!!
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If you have a chance, it would be appreciated. Your previous write up was pretty straight forward. How much louder is it than stock? Do you have a soft top? I read that it was just a little louder than stock. Thank you! Have a good one!


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I don't at the moment... I can make one.... There are PLENTY on YouTube already, but I can make one if you want.

I drove it for about 6 hours yesterday after the install and it sounds better today... low rumble is there and more prominent!
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Old 03-17-2012, 07:06 PM   #10
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WRITEUP:

1. SOAK THE (2) FLANGE BOLTS with WD40 or equivalent for a day or two with several applications ( depending on your location ) prior to getting started.

2. Jack up the rear of your TJ from the rear axle and use jack stand on the frame just in front of the LCA's to let your axle droop as much as possible... this will give you more room to work things in and out from underneath.

3. Support your Transmission/T-case just in front of the bellypan with your floorjack and remove the (4) t-case mount bolts, (6) bellypan bolts and get that shovel out of your way! (You don't have to do this step, but it makes the bolt 10 times easier than using a 24" extension and a 15MM wobble socket to get to the flange bolts)

4. Using a 15MM socket, loosen the muffler flange bolts. DON'T REMOVE THEM YET!

5. Soak the (2) rubber exhaust hangars with WD40 and push the OEM hangar rods off the bushings.

6. Now cut the tailpipe off just after the muffler... this will ease the removal of the entire system.

7. Remove the tailpipe and finish removing the flange bolts from the muffler and toss it.

8. Fish the new tailpipe over the axle and let it sit there.

9. Slide the new muffler clamp over the tailpipe and slide the tailpipe into the Dynomax muffler and set it on the flange and loosely install the (2) muffler flange bolts.

10. Go back and slide the tailpipe hangars into the rubbers.

11. Tighten the muffler flange bolts completely.

12. Align your tailpipe and orient it so the rubbers hanging straight down and your tip is straight.

13. Tighten your tailpipe clamp using a 9/16" socket.

14. Reinstall the bellypan and transmission mount bolts.

DONE!!!
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If you have a chance, it would be appreciated. Your previous write up was pretty straight forward. How much louder is it than stock? Do you have a soft top? I read that it was just a little louder than stock. Thank you! Have a good one!
Yeah... I have a soft top. and no... it's not overpowering inside at all... VERY close to stock from the inside... just a tad louder.

I am working on a video sound clip now... give me a few...

OK... YOU NEED GOOD SPEAKERS OR GOOD HEADSET TO GET THE REAL SOUND... PC/LAPTOP SPEAKERS DON'T DO JUSTICE...it sounds STOCK through them...

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Whats the part number that you ordered on amazon?
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Old 03-17-2012, 08:13 PM   #13
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Whats the part number that you ordered on amazon?
NO!!! Those are the individual part numbers for the tailpipe and muffler.... the system I ordered from Amazon is 19391

Here is a link... but the price went up $20 in a week!!! WOW!

Amazon.com: Dynomax 19391 Exhaust System: Automotive
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Thank you for the write up. Everything looks pretty simple, except for belly pan skid part. Did you take any pics of the install? Thanks again!



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WRITEUP:

1. SOAK THE (2) FLANGE BOLTS with WD40 or equivalent for a day or two with several applications ( depending on your location ) prior to getting started.

2. Jack up the rear of your TJ from the rear axle and use jack stand on the frame just in front of the LCA's to let your axle droop as much as possible... this will give you more room to work things in and out from underneath.

3. Support your Transmission/T-case just in front of the bellypan with your floorjack and remove the (4) t-case mount bolts, (6) bellypan bolts and get that shovel out of your way! (You don't have to do this step, but it makes the bolt 10 times easier than using a 24" extension and a 15MM wobble socket to get to the flange bolts)

4. Using a 15MM socket, loosen the muffler flange bolts. DON'T REMOVE THEM YET!

5. Soak the (2) rubber exhaust hangars with WD40 and push the OEM hangar rods off the bushings.

6. Now cut the tailpipe off just after the muffler... this will ease the removal of the entire system.

7. Remove the tailpipe and finish removing the flange bolts from the muffler and toss it.

8. Fish the new tailpipe over the axle and let it sit there.

9. Slide the new muffler clamp over the tailpipe and slide the tailpipe into the Dynomax muffler and set it on the flange and loosely install the (2) muffler flange bolts.

10. Go back and slide the tailpipe hangars into the rubbers.

11. Tighten the muffler flange bolts completely.

12. Align your tailpipe and orient it so the rubbers hanging straight down and your tip is straight.

13. Tighten your tailpipe clamp using a 9/16" socket.

14. Reinstall the bellypan and transmission mount bolts.

DONE!!!
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Good write up.

Step 12 and 13 is very important that you do in the correct order as TnDz TJ has outlined.

Once you tighten the clamp on the muffler, it is next to impossible to get the tailpipe back out in case you need to re-adjust anything.

Don't ask me how I know this.
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So advantages over stock are:

1. Sounds better
2. More pull and Throttle response (revs quicker)?
3. Anything else? I am due for new soon.

Also , the $75 rebate comes back so the total cost is closer to 85ish?
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Old 03-18-2012, 08:24 AM   #17
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Thank you for the write up. Everything looks pretty simple, except for belly pan skid part. Did you take any pics of the install? Thanks again!
No pics... but as you said and can see... it is very easy....

BELLYPAN REMOVAL:

1. Place the floorjack just in front of the bellypan to support the tranny/t-case.. give it a few pumps to see the Jeep raise a bit... this ensures you have no load on the bellypan.

2. Now remove the 4 nuts holding the t-case mount to the bellypan using a 13mm ... dead center of the pan and can be seen laying on your back looking up at the bellypan... you can't miss them (unless yours is pack with mud)

3. Using an 18MM, Remove the 4 outer bolts from the bellypan leaving the 2 middle ones alone... these will hold it up for you... now loosen the middle ones until you have about a 1/2" gap from the bellypan to the frame.

4. Slide yourself under the bellypan using your knees to support it while you remove those last two bolts...

It's rather easy... I can shoot a vid for you if you want... let me know....
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So advantages over stock are:

1. Sounds better
2. More pull and Throttle response (revs quicker)?
3. Anything else? I am due for new soon.

Also , the $75 rebate comes back so the total cost is closer to 85ish?

Pretty much... you nailed it. #2 is not a whiplash affect by any means.... I am only on 31's and 3:07's.... my calibrated foot may be dreaming bigger than the obvious...

One big thing is the flow... the stock 'choker' puts out 225CFM and this Dynomax flows at 502CFM.... BIG improvement to let it breath better
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True that. Thanks. I'll have to look into it. I imagine it would benefit the most at high Rpms when your pulling in the most air as well.
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Good write up, if i just didnt do a stocker replacement last year, you would have me convinced to pick one up.
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True that. Thanks. I'll have to look into it. I imagine it would benefit the most at high Rpms when your pulling in the most air as well.
No problem.... and... for the record... I wanted to correct myself on the flow. Here is a pic of the chart on the box comparing a few brands for flow... 520 cfm vs the 502 cfm I posted

***The part number on the chart is NOT the same part number for this application***
(just saw this, so the numbers for our application may vary and don't have a good source for it)


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Thanks for the additional explanation! A video clip on the install would be great! Thanks again! Have a good one!


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Pretty much... you nailed it. #2 is not a whiplash affect by any means.... I am only on 31's and 3:07's.... my calibrated foot may be dreaming bigger than the obvious...

One big thing is the flow... the stock 'choker' puts out 225CFM and this Dynomax flows at 502CFM.... BIG improvement to let it breath better
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Thanks for the additional explanation! A video clip on the install would be great! Thanks again! Have a good one!
I couldn't do the install again... lol... but I could do the bellypan removal and point things in relation to the writeup.

Gonna be shopping with my bride this morning until she goes to work... I will head to the garage afterwards and hook you up with a video....
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I don't want to put you out. I thought you had a video clip of the installation already done. Do you have a link to an installation at Dynomax exhaust on a TJ? Congrats on your nuptials!


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I couldn't do the install again... lol... but I could do the bellypan removal and point things in relation to the writeup.

Gonna be shopping with my bride this morning until she goes to work... I will head to the garage afterwards and hook you up with a video....
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I don't want to put you out. I thought you had a video clip of the installation already done. Do you have a link to an installation at Dynomax exhaust on a TJ? Congrats on your nuptials!
You're not putting me out, it's no problem.... I was going to do a vid and just got too wrapped up in getting it done... LOL!!

I don't have a link to any installs... sorry

BTW... been married for a while... I just call my 'better half' my BRIDE.

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Thanks a bunch! Good thinking! Pays to keep them happy! Now if I can just listen to her when I'm watching TV.


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You're not putting me out, it's no problem.... I was going to do a vid and just got too wrapped up in getting it done... LOL!!

I don't have a link to any installs... sorry

BTW... been married for a while... I just call my 'better half' my BRIDE.

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Thanks for the additional explanation! A video clip on the install would be great! Thanks again! Have a good one!
As you requested....

EDIT:

Give me a minute.... lost some footage.....


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Thanks for sharing.... I'm in need of an exhaust upgrade on my 06' I6....with the rebate it's a no brainer.
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Hope this works from my iPhone. .. If not , I'll be home soon to fix it.

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Thanks for sharing.... I'm in need of an exhaust upgrade on my 06' I6....with the rebate it's a no brainer.
I know, right?!? Mine will be $66 after the rebate!!!

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