Jeep Wrangler Exhaust Systems
The Jeep Wrangler is a strong convertible encompassing all the features of a modern SUV and a rugged off roader. The latest model built for the 2013 market is a technological miracle fitted with a navigation system, a V6 engine featuring strong fuel economy, tire monitoring system and an integrated LED maps system. As for its off roader capabilities, the Jeep Wrangler has one of the highest traction levels ever among all Jeep models. It also has amazing water fording capability and a good ground clearance. Even with such a sterling ‘resume’ the Wrangler still needs to be prepped up a bit to achieve its full potential. This is why you need to replace your stock exhaust system with an aftermarket Jeep Wrangler exhaust system from CARiD. You see, the stock exhaust system that comes from the factory has structural inadequacies that cause poor flow of exhaust gases from the engine cylinders. This impedes the engine’s ability to take in fresh air in sufficient quantities for generation of maximum horsepower.
Jeep Wrangler exhaust systems, on the other hand, use a low pressure system to reduce turbulence within the air chambers which then precipitates rapid scavenging activity to expel all exhaust gases, thereby creating sufficient room for incoming air. Additionally, a custom exhaust provides a booming throttle befitting the king of the highways. Several exhaust brands are available, so you can choose the one that fits your definition of a unique powerful resonance. The Jeep Wrangler exhaust systems at CARiD are manufactured from stainless steel and are not susceptible to corrosion. You can be sure that it will last for a long time without the need for replacement. The manufacturers also provide a gleaming finish to the exhaust tailpipes and tips, consistent with the exterior of your new Wrangler.
Unbridled power and outrageous sound - that's what accompanies each exhaust system we store for you on our digital shelves. Manufactured from the premium materials using the latest technologies, they all are ready to complete the image of your vehicle and give you instant horsepower and torque gains. After an exhaust system is installed, your vehicle will roar like a lion and run like a cheetah. Have doubts? Read over 16 exhaust system reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and choose the product that will satisfy your needs.
- Rugged Ridge® - Vortex MufflerStarting at: $120.56$120.56
- Omix-Ada® - Exhaust Clamp, Stainless Steel, 2.75", Band StyleStarting at: $17.45$17.45
- Flowmaster® - Scavenger Series 6-2-1 Style HeadersStarting at: $619.00$619.00
- dB® - Sport Stainless Steel Axle-Back Exhaust SystemStarting at: $456.75$456.75
- aFe® - Twisted Steel HeaderStarting at: $399.00$399.00
- Warrior® - Exhaust System KitStarting at: $269.07$269.07
- RBP® - Cat-Back Gas Exhaust SystemStarting at: $885.00$885.00
- MBRP® - XP Series™ Off-Road Cat-Back Exhaust SystemStarting at: $209.99$209.99
- CGS® - Cat-Back Exhaust SystemStarting at: $314.25$314.25
- Gibson® - Metal Mulisha™ Stainless Steel Cat-Back Exhaust SystemStarting at: $528.34$528.34
"Installed this exhaust on a 2012 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon. Love the exhaust note. Gives the Jeep a sense of presence now. At low RPMs, it has a nice growl to it. Normal daily driving is not loud or annoying at all. If you get on the gas, you will hear the exhaust show up, and also during slow accelerations you feel a little grumble and it is great. Doesn't sound like you drive a 6.0 liter diesel but not a rice burner either."
"This exhaust was everything I hoped for with one exception, the fit. It doesn't line up as it should and there is not enough adjustment in the product to get it to line up. The product is well built and has excellent tone. If the exhaust tip lined up straight out the rear, I would have been completely satisfied. I decided to keep it rather than send it back because everything else about the product was right and I didn't want the hassle of reinstalling the factory exhaust and boxing up the Flowmaster to return it."
"The look and sound of the system is great, but I have not noticed any performance difference that is stated it is suppose to provide. Of course, I just installed it and have not driven more than 300 hundred miles with it yet. "
"The Magnaflow cat is a two piece design to make installation easier. Ostensibly, I could have cut my old cat in the center and installed this one without removing the skidplate. I decided it was worth the extra 30 mins of work to remove it and re-install it to reduce the bashed knuckles while disconnecting the muffler end. If you have a socket set and a large (I think 17mm) crescent wrench. you can do this at home. P420 code is gone, so its doing what a Cat is supposed to. Expect some smoking the first time you start it up as it cleans itself out and blues the finish from the heat. No gaskets are required for the 2004 Wrangler as its all pressure fittings. Now go out there and get your Jeep legal again!"
"I just put on the Gibson Split rear exhaust for the 3.8l wrangler I half to say I now love the sound of my 08 Jeep before I put it on it was just to quiet for my liking but now you can actually hear it I LOVE IT "