Price: $280.00 Pros: great sound Cons: none Recommended? Yes
Comments: its straight-through performance muffler, is the industry's least restrictive. In comparison tests, Banks muffler flowed 501.2 cfm at 1 psi—a 140% improvement over the stock exhaust's 208.6 cfm, and about 44% better than the nearest competitor.
Price: $300.00 Pros: Nice rumble, much better flow and power Cons: none so far Recommended? Yes
Comments: Definite power increase when coupled with a CAI, I wrestled with the stock system forever tryin to get it out without cutting it. The banks system was a breeze to put on after that, and once the muffler had been broken in after a couple hundred miles it sounded terrific.
Price: $320.00 Pros: sounds incredible, people have to double take cause jeeps dont usually sound like a hot rod Cons: the crome tip goes ugly fast and on a steep aproach will scrape the ground, so cut it back a bit Recommended? Yes
Comments: it really sounds awesome by far the best sounding jeep (daily driver) in town . . . make instalation easy and cut the bolts to the cat. and cut about 3
" off the end to keep from scrapeing. your going to loose some low end torque (not much) but you will feel a big boost in fourth and fifth gear
Price: $283.99 Pros: Nice sound with the 2.5L Cons: Tailpipe oxidized quickly and chrome tip was trash Recommended? Yes
Comments: The install was moderate. Hardest part was getting the old exhaust off the cat. I ended up cutting the bolts. Then fitting the tail pipe through i had to lift the jeep high on the jack to worm it through.
The sound is good. No noticeable gas mileage change. tailpipe and chrome tip oxidized very quickly.