I ran mine through the bottom of the tailight to the interior pulling all the interior panels from the back quarter all the way to the panel right beneath the steering column exposing the fuse box. Ran it underneath all those and you cannot see the wire at all
Yeah that sounds a lot more clean actually. Unfortunately my CB isn't on that side of the vehicle
i like it aj, it doesnt sound like a 3.7 at all, i was afraid to put an exhaust on mine fearing it would sound like a 3.7 but thats fantastic ... what is it just a flowmaster 40 and origional piping?
Yes - well, he used about 1.5-2 feet of his stainless steel piping - But I think i'm going to go back to him to get a stainless steel tip welded on there. Will probably be after I get the CAI. But, yeah - I'm pleased with how everything turned out.
Yeah - that's the problem with the video recordings. It sounds good on the recording, sounds better in person. I'll probably do another recording... See if my Camera will do any different than the phone, lol.
How loud is it? I've thought about a new muffler but am unsure without hearing it in person. Is it civilized under normal driving? I wouldn't want a "head turning" sound on the morning commute or rumbling at a stoplight that can be heard a few cars back with their windows closed (assuming that's even possible with the 3.7). I'd only really want to hear it when you get on it a little.
-Sold 3/13. Replaced by 2010 VW Jetta 2.5-
2005 WK 3.7L Laredo. RC 2", 265 70 17 Bridgestone Dueler Revo 2's. Class III OEM hitch added. Bilstein Struts. Monroe Load Levelers (58643).
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at idle it sounds like a V8 in park. When you accelerate from a start you will hear it in 1st and second gear. Gets quieter in higher gears. Its not loud or intruding in a neighborhood. People next to you and behind you will hear it, but its volume is really up to you and based on how hard you accelerate. I will get someone to drive the Jeep so I can get an idea of how it sounds if its going by.