New dynomax muffler rattling
I just installed the muffler mentioned on a stock 2dr 2011 jk and noticed when I installed that the muffler sat at an angle and was rubbing against the heat shield above the muffler and now has a rattle. Has anyone else had this problem and if so, what did you do to fix it? Thanks
No adjustment because everything came prewelded. It's single inlet dual outlet cat back exhaust. Part number from 4wheelparts is DYN39510. The only picture I have is before installed just to give an idea of what it looks like. I won't be able to take A picture of it installed till the weekend. Everything installed perfectly its just the way the muffler itself is its an angle and hits the heatshield.
Love it. It's got a throaty sound. Not just at idle and low gears, through all gears up till about 4th it still has a groan to it. It's also paired with an airaid CAI so that helps too. It seems like its a whole new jeep with some actual low end power that it was missing before.
Ohhh boy, seat of the pants dyno agn....won't it just die?
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Yeah, I don't know why Chrysler just won't change the muffler/air system to increase performance and HP gains. Or maybe just play a synthesized V8 sound when you put your foot on the accelerator? That would be sweet.
Originally Posted by SubAtomicGenius View Post
I am a BIG fan of relocating the muffler to UNDER/ IN FRONT of the rear axle on driver side.
We have a couple of those systems too.
I would rather put a Gen right tank there and then a real duel set up. then you can get rid of the fuel tank that hangs down like a beached whale, flat belly it. Then you can add a real 4 link that is tucked.
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