hey guys, i got the FlowMaster Off Road super 44 installed today.. i'm in class so i'll work on a good pic of the custom exhaust (to fit around the 4 link) and a video so you can hear what the off road one sounds like.. I think it's quieter then my regular super 44, and a little deeper.. we'll see tho when it's broke in.
okay, so here are some pics of my new exhaust.. i'm trying to get the video to up load
so here it is.. it was tricky because it had to fit around my 4 link and not be in the way when i flex
it's a FlowMaster Off Road Super 44 (made from 1/4" diamond plate)
it had to be tucked out of the way of the upper control arms. there was also the daunting task of finding ways to hang the exhaust.. the guy who did it was a genius to think to use a rubber bushing mount and bolt it to the stock A-arm mount
you can kinda see in this one how the exhaust runs under the upper LA mount and then back up out
I'm not sure if you posted the answer to this question earlier, but why didn't you go with a turn down before the rear axle?
Or does your setup not allow that?
well if you look at the pics of my 4 link you can see i did a turn down after the super 44, before the axle... i went to do safety and emissions and the really cool jeep guy who owns the shop told me he'd let me slide with it coming out the side, but the law is it has to come out the back, behind the passenger compartment... blah! so i had to get rid of my beloved turn down And coming out the side would a got in the way for wheeling and just be as much of a hassle as getting around the 4 link..