So i want to start saving up for a whole new exhaust system, from the header back. I have a 1995 4.0 5 spd btw. So best header? I was looking at the banks revolver, is a nice header worth it? Next was a CAT, mine is all rusted and with about 155k miles i think it should be replaced. I was just going to do the magnaflow performance one, opinions? Anything better? and lastly a cat back system, i was going to go with the Banks Monster, Opinions? Any bad points?
I want something with a little bit of tone, but nothing really loud and that will cause cab drone. I HATE CAB DRONE. My jeep is loud enough inside and doesnt need to be really loud, Im doing it because i feel it is in need of some basic tune up parts and to make my engine run a little better, cleaner, and stronger. Maybe even a little bit better gas milage.
Please voice your opinions and tell me what works and what might not!
I wanna hear what you guys run! (literally too)
Thank you in advance
I really dont mind saving up longer just to get something that will last and with a nice warranty. Not trying to cheap out just so i have to do it again in a couple years. I live in south eastern pa and we have heavy amounts of salt so i need something that stainless steel i guess?
35" Procomp MT2s, 5.5 inches of lift, RE 4.5 XD, Bilsteins, MORE body lift, Bumpers,TJ flat fender flares, HD steering, Durango steering box, ZJ 136amp alt, Ford 8.8 Rear, 4.56s
I put on a Magnaflow cat 2 years ago on my otherwise stock exhaust. I don't know if emission testing is an issue for you but I went from failing the test to passing with squeaky clean numbers after installing it.
I replaced the entire exhaust on my wife's YJ (link in sig). The stock manifold was fine but the rest was toast. I ordered a TJ exhaust pipe, a YJ tailpipe, and a Dynomax muffler from rockauto, along with some band clamps and a few extra lengths of exhaust tubing and an adapter or 2 from the local parts store. The entire system cost me around $150, and the routing with the TJ pipe is much better than the OE YJ setup (running in front of the oil pan rather than under the trans).