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05-23-2012 05:43 AM
chim-chim7 I wont be the guinea pig. Mine doesnt seem to hang low enough to cause a problem with rocks. My skids would hit first.
05-23-2012 12:18 AM
auburnJEEP
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Originally Posted by alang_z33 View Post
Question is why would you want to do this? The loop is to ensure equal length piping on both sides for better performance. (Think equal length headers). I wouldn't want to unbalance this setup unless you're planning on running a true dual exhaust which would be totally custom at this point.
Yes I understand that. Main reason is because it is a big rock target. I will be covering mine with a skid for now. I noticed on the after market pipe, the delete pipe seems larger. I was wondering if that was an attempt to compensate. Does it work or is it just the same diameter and I'm seeing things.....I would like to know if anyone has actually done this on the 2012 and what are the results?
05-22-2012 10:59 PM
alang_z33 Question is why would you want to do this? The loop is to ensure equal length piping on both sides for better performance. (Think equal length headers). I wouldn't want to unbalance this setup unless you're planning on running a true dual exhaust which would be totally custom at this point.
05-22-2012 09:38 PM
auburnJEEP
Anyone done the Exhaust Loop Delete 2012s

Has anyone done an after market exhaust loop delete?

If so how was the performance? Any problems?

Thanks

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