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Old 04-01-2012, 06:41 PM   #61
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Mine took a few day as well...worth the wait for the price IMO

+1 mine took about a week......remember about 20 of you ordered after me.

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Old 04-01-2012, 06:54 PM   #62
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+1 mine took about a week......remember about 20 of you ordered after me.
Make that 21 I just ordered mine thanks for the heads up on the rebate deal

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Old 04-01-2012, 06:59 PM   #63
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Mine shipped.

Delivery Estimate: Friday April 6, 2012

Care to guess what I plan on doing next weekend?
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Old 04-01-2012, 07:14 PM   #64
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Mine shipped.

Delivery Estimate: Friday April 6, 2012

Care to guess what I plan on doing next weekend?
Same thing as me...mine should be here tomorrow
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Old 04-01-2012, 07:44 PM   #65
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I ordered mine the day this post was listed. Got mine a few days later. Pain in the ass to get one of the bolts off of the muffler flange, had to sawzall it off with a torch blade. Then new muffler went on great and the tail pipe looks sweet too. I must say Im a little disappointed in how quiet the muffler is though. I have the 4.0L and a buddy of mine who had some dyno's on a v8 of his said that they break in and will get louder with time. I wasn't looking a rumble that would loosen my fillings, just some more growl. I'm going to give them a little more time and if they don't get any louder Im considering gutting the converter.
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Old 04-01-2012, 07:50 PM   #66
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Mine shipped.

Delivery Estimate: Friday April 6, 2012

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Damn! Yours shipped fast... :'(
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Old 04-01-2012, 08:38 PM   #67
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I placed a 4" spring lift on...then tackled the exhaust...the removal was assisted with a squirt of PB Blaster to each nut on the old muffler flange...then a swivel and a long extension. Use a 6 point socket....you get one shot at this. I have a factory hitch...bummer the straight tail pipe hits it....plus the added height and transfer case drop f's the factory hangers. Sooooo I installed the muffler with out the tail pipe and will head to my local Midas shop for a couple of bends and a coupling...I'll probably have another $20 into my system...o well.
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Old 04-01-2012, 09:50 PM   #68
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Damn! Yours shipped fast... :'(
I usually get stuff from Amazon pretty fast. Don't know if I live close to one of Amazons warehouses or if it's the fact that I buy so much from them that they move me up on the list.

Seriously, I buy from them like other people shop at Walmart.


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I ordered mine the day this post was listed. Got mine a few days later. Pain in the ass to get one of the bolts off of the muffler flange, had to sawzall it off with a torch blade. Then new muffler went on great and the tail pipe looks sweet too. I must say Im a little disappointed in how quiet the muffler is though. I have the 4.0L and a buddy of mine who had some dyno's on a v8 of his said that they break in and will get louder with time. I wasn't looking a rumble that would loosen my fillings, just some more growl. I'm going to give them a little more time and if they don't get any louder Im considering gutting the converter.
So did I or anyone else post this yet?
Jeep Wrangler Exhaust Shootout - Dynomax Super Turbo - YouTube
Give it time to break in.
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Old 04-01-2012, 10:34 PM   #69
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They are a quiet muffler overall...main difference I've noticed between it and a stock muffler is a lil more lower end rumble/throatier and slightly lower exhaust note. I don't know if this info is available anywhere online or how expensive a meter would be to take measurements...but I'd be willing to bet it's not a whole lot louder in decibels than a stocker. A high flow/gutted cat will make it sound better...I don't know if even that will affect loudness a whole lot, but it'll definitely deepen the tone a little more.
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Old 04-01-2012, 11:13 PM   #70
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Just mine only two left. 161.00
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Old 04-01-2012, 11:45 PM   #71
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Installed mine a couple days ago. The nuts at the muffler are a pain to get off. I used a breaker bar on one of them and the bolt broke off. Then the dealer ordered the wrong nuts

This was a pretty simple install and is good quality. I recommend cutting the old exhaust, you could probably get it out in one piece, but it might be a pain. Nothing about it was difficult, just irritating and time consuming. But I do like the smell of burnt toast!

As others mentioned the sound is pretty mellow, noticeable growl at start up. Jeep seems to pull a little better at higher rpms.
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Old 04-01-2012, 11:54 PM   #72
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Biggest advantage is flow....

Stock flows 225CFM

Dynomax flows 520 CFM
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Old 04-02-2012, 12:07 AM   #73
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Just ordered mine! It said; >>>1 left<<< ...just before I used the (One Click Buy). WHEW!

Btw...BACK OFF THE HARLEYS!!! Yeah, I ride one too. V&H True Duals w/ just enough baffle to get just enough back pressure. However, my '98 Suzuki VL1500 LC Intruder is sporting a set of Cobra Shorty Drags, NO BAFFLES and slash cut tips....now, THEY ARE LOUD! Oh' ...and it's NOT a Harley, just sayin'. lol
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Old 04-02-2012, 01:42 AM   #74
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I just ordered one too....$146.94 plus free shipping
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Old 04-02-2012, 01:56 AM   #75
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Biggest advantage is flow....

Stock flows 225CFM

Dynomax flows 520 CFM
But keep in mind, you can only let out as much as you let in...
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Old 04-02-2012, 06:02 AM   #76
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Would love to hear feedback from those of you that installed these. Not just the sound, but any effect on performance, gas mileage, etc.? The thread prompted me to check my muffler, only surface rust, so no immediate need (I know, what's NEED got to do with anything...I'm a drummer, I know the concept well!!). Anyway, installed a trailer hitch this weekend on my 06 LJ, and the passenger side bolt was a little blocked by the tail pipe... which got me to thinking a side exit exhaust may be better than the rear exit. Anyone ever done that? Would there be a reason not to do this? Or am I just over-thinking it?
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would love to hear feedback from those of you that installed these. Not just the sound, but any effect on performance, gas mileage, etc.? The thread prompted me to check my muffler, only surface rust, so no immediate need (i know, what's need got to do with anything...i'm a drummer, i know the concept well!!). Anyway, installed a trailer hitch this weekend on my 06 lj, and the passenger side bolt was a little blocked by the tail pipe... Which got me to thinking a side exit exhaust may be better than the rear exit. Anyone ever done that? Would there be a reason not to do this? Or am i just over-thinking it?
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Old 04-02-2012, 07:03 PM   #78
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Old 04-04-2012, 03:04 PM   #79
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I just ordered this yesterday when the price went down to $135. But after reading the installation steps and looking at my muffler I realized that my muffler doesn't have a flange where it attaches to the cat, just a clamp. Will I be able to connect this muffler, or should I cancel the order?
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Old 04-04-2012, 03:37 PM   #80
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I just ordered this yesterday when the price went down to $135. But after reading the installation steps and looking at my muffler I realized that my muffler doesn't have a flange where it attaches to the cat, just a clamp. Will I be able to connect this muffler, or should I cancel the order?
As long as you ordered the one for your year. My 1997 doesn't have the flange either, and sounds to be just like yours. The kit I ordered is exactly what I needed, with and extra clamp. Good thing about this is no need to drop the skid plate.
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Old 04-04-2012, 05:03 PM   #81
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Thanks Rp. I looked at their website and they list 2 models for my year (2000)
The correct model # for not having the flange is 17345. I'll change my order before they get it back in stock and ship it!
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Old 04-05-2012, 11:42 AM   #82
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Between this and the 1200 watt sound system that is sitting in the corner of my living room...... I think I need a day off.
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Old 04-05-2012, 11:59 AM   #83
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Amazon is telling me that Dynomax 19391 Exhaust System doesn't fit?

Hey guys, I am looking to get a new exhaust on my 2000 TJ cause it rattles like crazy!

I saw all the postings about the Dynomax 19391 Exhaust System and I followed one of the links on here to the Amazon page, but Amazon is telling me this won't fit my Jeep???

Amazon.com: Dynomax 19391 Exhaust System: Automotive


Any ideas? Is Amazon wrong?

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Old 04-05-2012, 12:18 PM   #84
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When I read this post I thought " I need to look at my muffler and see if it looks like it needs to be replaced any time soon" .To my surprise when I looked I already have this system on my jeep LMAO. I just got it in Febuary and had not noticed yet. I thought it sounded good for a "stock" system .LOL

To the Harley hater, I have been riding 25+ years and can tell you loud pipes DO save lives. I dont even have a real loud system on My Fat Bob (2 into 1 Fat Cat) and I notice people looking.

Oh and another thing. I garantee I can go faster than 60 ,fast enough to make you pee your pants.
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:19 PM   #85
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Hey guys, I am looking to get a new exhaust on my 2000 TJ cause it rattles like crazy!

I saw all the postings about the Dynomax 19391 Exhaust System and I followed one of the links on here to the Amazon page, but Amazon is telling me this won't fit my Jeep???

Amazon.com: Dynomax 19391 Exhaust System: Automotive


Any ideas? Is Amazon wrong?

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Old 04-05-2012, 01:21 PM   #86
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I need 17345, not 19391. Thanks!
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Ok, I was going to just leave this at my drunken ramblings, but it keeps coming up, so, lets clear some things up.
1 - I do ride, have for years. Cruisers and sport bikes.
2 - Aftermarket pipes are great. On Jeeps, bikes, and cars. We good so far?
3 - I'm not talking about just loud, I'm talking about the ear shattering loud pipes. Not the ones that you feel in your chest, the ones that you literally can't be near unless you already have ear damage. They sound like shit, and yes, you bet I'd be happy to tell anyone that to their face.
Do they save lives... this is an endless debate. Some say yes, some no, we might as well ask who makes the best cheap lift kit. I won't agree with you and you won't agree with me. Ride like everyone is out to kill you and you stand a better chance of making it home.
Back on topic, thanks for posting the link, it was a great heads up to let everyone save some coin and get a nicer sounding exhaust system on their jeep.
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Ok, I was going to just leave this at my drunken ramblings, but it keeps coming up, so, lets clear some things up.
1 - I do ride, have for years. Cruisers and sport bikes.
2 - Aftermarket pipes are great. On Jeeps, bikes, and cars. We good so far?
3 - I'm not talking about just loud, I'm talking about the ear shattering loud pipes. Not the ones that you feel in your chest, the ones that you literally can't be near unless you already have ear damage. They sound like shit, and yes, you bet I'd be happy to tell anyone that to their face.
Do they save lives... this is an endless debate. Some say yes, some no, we might as well ask who makes the best cheap lift kit. I won't agree with you and you won't agree with me. Ride like everyone is out to kill you and you stand a better chance of making it home.
Back on topic, thanks for posting the link, it was a great heads up to let everyone save some coin and get a nicer sounding exhaust system on their jeep.

I can kind of see where you are coming from. A nice deep rumble always sounds good, but that loud just for the sake of being loud pisses me off. It's like the difference between a muscle car with a good open flow exhaust system and some broke jack ass that just pulled his muffler off so it would make noise.

As for the loud pipes saving lives, I can see it in the sense of it makes others around you aware that you are there, like driving down the interstate maybe.

But when I wrecked my bike it did me no good. I was just cruising down the road and some dumb b!#@h pushed a big metal wagon full of plants right out into the road from behind a parked van without checking for traffic. Luckily I managed to miss her cart but the road did a sort of S curve right there and when I swerved and then swerved back to avoid the parked truck across the street the front wheel went into a wobble and I lost it.
Broke a few teeth, three bones in my foot and lost some skin...

By the time I stood up she was gone.

Anyway... I know the Dynomax system won't be too loud, I really don't want it to be. I need to hear my music over the exhaust after all... I love to listen to my rock man.
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Just got mine installed...I hate messing with exhaust and the local muffler shop only charged me $75 to do it. Nice mellow sound. Not as good as the Borla I had on my ZJ but it's also a lot cheaper. The only thing I would change it to shorten the tail pipe. The tip sticks out to the end of my bumper...going to kill departure angle.
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Sorry, I haven't read every post but is the rebate mail in? Cause it's saying 120 bucks on my check out...thanks.

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