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02-29-2008 02:25 PM
Jma20a its only 1/4" larger, and i will help it keep a low tone so it doesn't sound like a rice burner
02-29-2008 02:00 PM
TXST8tj bigger tailpipe is not always a good thing...especially on a 4cyl. you don't want to loose all your backpressure.
02-29-2008 01:20 PM
Jma20a i was just looking at this setup, it has a bigger tailpipe which is what i was looking for.

http://www.quadratec.com/products/17606_01_07.htm
02-29-2008 10:54 AM
slf41002
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Originally Posted by activelydying View Post
Wait a second, you didn't do it yourself.
I did mine myself Incinerator ll Muffler,tailpipe and tip.Sounds dead on a Flowmaster setup.The Incinerator ll muffler is designed the exact same way as a Flowmaster and sounds almost exactly like it. I can do that setup for $100.
02-29-2008 10:24 AM
TXST8tj if you insist on a bolt on setup, the Dynomax super turbo package is a good deal @ $150.

i'm with Jerry though, mufflers are only $50-$60. you can actually reuse your stock tailpipe. unless it has rusted or broken off, there is no real need to replace it. $60 + $10 for a muffler shop to weld it on is a pretty good deal for what you're looking for.
02-28-2008 03:10 PM
activelydying
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Originally Posted by Jerry Bransford View Post
it cost me $80 for a new Thrush muffler and exhaust pipe, including labor.
Wait a second, you didn't do it yourself.
02-28-2008 03:05 PM
Jerry Bransford
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IBy the way jerry your weather thing is angering me...73 degrees sounds unbelievably nice and hot right now....its suppose to be -3 here tonight

It was 45 here the other day and i felt like putting on some shorts and laying in the sun haha
Ha. I'm such a wus after having become used to warm weather that I slipped a jacket on for lunch because there was a minor cool breeze. That breeze probably produced a chill factor of maybe 70.
02-28-2008 02:09 PM
Jonny15 I agree, to be honest a cat back system wont do too much for power, it might make it sound a bit cooler though.

By the way jerry your weather thing is angering me...73 degrees sounds unbelievably nice and hot right now....its suppose to be -3 here tonight

It was 45 here the other day and i felt like putting on some shorts and laying in the sun haha
02-28-2008 12:34 PM
Jerry Bransford Just go to a muffler shop, there is no reason to spend big $$$ for a muffler and fancy exhaust pipe and tip. I had to have a new exhaust installed on my TJ after installing a different suspension and it cost me $80 for a new Thrush muffler and exhaust pipe, including labor. Those cat-back companies are making a killing off Internet sales from people who don't know you can just go to a good local muffler shop and save big $$$.
02-28-2008 12:03 PM
Jonny15 Well first off i checked out q-tec and they have a banks for 285 on there. Not sure if thats the one you were looking at or not.

There are a couple cheaper cat-back systems out there, heres the q-tec page with all of them...they might not have the best prices but its a reference: http://www.quadratec.com/products/pr...tems&c=73&pg=1
02-28-2008 11:36 AM
Jma20a
new exhaust on a 2.5L

looking for a good exhaust for my wrangler, i was looking at the banks cat-back. but i'm not sure i want to spend $400 on an exhaust that isn't going to give much more power. any advice?

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