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Unread 01-25-2014, 07:05 AM   #1
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Need help deciding on a exhaust system from manifold back. I am not that well knowledge on exhaust systems. I was looking at JBA headers but don't seem to be able to find JBA parts for the rest of the system. does it matter if the exhaust system is mixed brands? if i had mixed brands is there certain systems that don't work with each other due to sizes... I am trying to achieve more power/performance out of this project. I have a 99 jeep wrangler sport I6. and one last question, does intake system make a difference on what exhaust i get? If you can help forum that would help a lot, thanks

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Unread 01-25-2014, 07:40 AM   #2
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I replaced the entire system on my 98'.I used the cheapo Ebay manifold with expansion joints,Magnaflow Cat with downpipe,Flowmaster 40 muffler and tailpipe.
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Unread 01-25-2014, 09:49 AM   #3
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I replaced the entire system on my 98'.I used the cheapo Ebay manifold with expansion joints,Magnaflow Cat with downpipe,Flowmaster 40 muffler and tailpipe.
Yep, I suggest working with a local shop and fabricating what you want. I have heard the setup suggested above, on a buddy's rig, and it's rather "throaty", which I liked. But, he added some dynamat style stuff to reduce the drone the 40 put out at certain RPM's in the cab. When installing our tri-link, I found a guy that did a nice hand-bent SS exhaust that fit the tri-link for about $250... not too bad.
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Unread 01-25-2014, 11:17 AM   #4
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Yep, I suggest working with a local shop and fabricating what you want. I have heard the setup suggested above, on a buddy's rig, and it's rather "throaty", which I liked. But, he added some dynamat style stuff to reduce the drone the 40 put out at certain RPM's in the cab. When installing our tri-link, I found a guy that did a nice hand-bent SS exhaust that fit the tri-link for about $250... not too bad.
The Delta 40 muffler is much more quiet than the Super 40 Flowmaster.
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