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post #1 of 21 Old 09-06-2013, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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What's a good muffler to get for a 2007 jeep wrangler unlimited Sahara

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post #2 of 21 Old 09-06-2013, 07:48 PM
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What is your objective with said muffler?

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What is your objective with said muffler?
The right word for it is exhaust! I'm looking for good sound like a mean one but at the same time not obnoxiously loud
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The right word for it is exhaust! I'm looking for good sound like a mean one but at the same time not obnoxiously loud
I got the magnaflow pro series for my 2dr sounds really good super easy install too
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I got the magnaflow pro series for my 2dr sounds really good super easy install too
Does it still have the mean sound while its on idle
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post #6 of 21 Old 09-07-2013, 05:46 PM
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I have a mbrp off-road cat-back. Easy install.

I love the sound of mine, it sounds great! has a low growl. Only time it gets extremely loud is when your rpms hit above 3000.

No drone at all. And i get 30km extra a tank of gas since i put it on.

I would suggest this to anyone, i love mine, just keep in mind I have heard of people that it was too loud for them.

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post #7 of 21 Old 09-07-2013, 06:38 PM
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Flowmaster Super44 mounted under the floorboards tailpipe straight out the back. Best sounding IMHO.

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post #8 of 21 Old 09-07-2013, 06:54 PM
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Solution: Magnaflow SS 2.5", non-offset, 4x9x20" oval muffler; two 2.5" stainless steel band clamps; and a down-turn tailpipe.

Remove whale POS stock muffler. Add down-turn tailpipe to end of exhaust where stock muffler was released. Cut 20" from center of exhaust between chassis strong points. Put in magnaflow muffler. Total cost $120, $150 if you get a stainless exhaust tip. Then replace stock exhaust pipe with stainless as it goes bad.

Flowmaster is great, but twice the cost of the Magnaflow. Each has practically the same interior volume and construction. Virtually same sound and effect, half the price.
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Solution: Magnaflow SS 2.5", non-offset, 4x9x20" oval muffler; two 2.5" stainless steel band clamps; and a down-turn tailpipe.

Remove whale POS stock muffler. Add down-turn tailpipe to end of exhaust where stock muffler was released. Cut 20" from center of exhaust between chassis strong points. Put in magnaflow muffler. Total cost $120, $150 if you get a stainless exhaust tip. Then replace stock exhaust pipe with stainless as it goes bad.

Flowmaster is great, but twice the cost of the Magnaflow. Each has practically the same interior volume and construction. Virtually same sound and effect, half the price.
I got the 2.5" Flowmaster Super44 for $110 and an extension with turn down for where the old muffler was custom bent for $20.

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You got it cheap. Flowmaster 44 is usually $180 plus taxes and shipping. Either way, splicing an aftermarket muffler inline is the way to go. I'd say if I spend another $120, I can get the rest in stainless and custom bent. That's still less than an MBRP setup.
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Mine is the Flowmaster 40 dual catback and the sound is really sweet/w rap/burble/no drone ever-

It's positioned just forward of the evac can and both tips are 2" outside the rear bumper-

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I put the Banks Monster exhaust on mine. Absolutely love it.
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post #13 of 21 Old 09-08-2013, 10:47 AM
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Anyone got pics of these set ups?

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YUP





I took the pics (3 years ago),after I added the evap can skidplate and before I added the muffler heat shield, somewhat trimmed in size !

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You got it cheap. Flowmaster 44 is usually $180 plus taxes and shipping. Either way, splicing an aftermarket muffler inline is the way to go. I'd say if I spend another $120, I can get the rest in stainless and custom bent. That's still less than an MBRP setup.

Flowmaster Super 44's are all over Ebay for $80 - $90 for the muffler.

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