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Old 11-26-2015, 04:54 PM
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4.0 L 120,000 miles
Manifold : Stock
Downpipe: Stock
Muffler: Flowmaster 40
Tailpipe: Sirrush 2.5" chromed tip (for a classy touch)
It's not noisy inside the cabin, and even makes me a bit mad that it makes all of the grunt on the outside but none on the cabin...

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Old 11-26-2015, 05:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Tom95YJ View Post
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1. No Talking about Removing Catalytic Converters

2. No Replys to avoid cluttering the thread with useless nonsense and brand wars

This thread is intended for people to get a Good idea of how different exhaust set-ups sound on our Jeep's. I have noticed if you wear headphones or ear buds the video gives a more indepth sound like you would have if there in person


If you have a video please post it in here

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Manifold : Stock / Header (Which Brand)
Downpipe: Stock/ Custom (Size/Brand)
Catalytic Converter: Stock/ Hi Flow/ Size
Muffler: Stock/ Brand / size
Tailpipe: Size/Dumped/Full Length[/B]



I included a example using my setup in post # 2 below
Geez man...it's the very first post in this thread. No talk of removal of emissions equipment. It is against federal law and forum rules.
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Geez man...it's the very first post in this thread. No talk of removal of emissions equipment. It is against federal law and forum rules.
Edited, sorry about that...
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Edited, sorry about that...
Good on ya
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Originally Posted by XJAlmex View Post
4.0 L 120,000 miles
Manifold : Stock
Downpipe: Stock
Muffler: Flowmaster 40
Tailpipe: Sirrush 2.5" chromed tip (for a classy touch)
It's not noisy inside the cabin, and even makes me a bit mad that it makes all of the grunt on the outside but none on the cabin... Jeep Cherokee XJ 4.0 2000 Flowmaster 40 exhaust sound test - YouTube
lol... take your carpet out, you'll get all the in-cabin noise you could ever ask for

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Manifold : Banks Header (#51327)
Downpipe: Stock
Catalytic Converter: Magnaflow (#23226)
Muffler: 2.5" Flowmaster Series 60 (#817527)
Tailpipe: 2.5" Flowmaster Series 60 (#817527)


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs4F...ature=youtu.be

Manifold : Stock
Downpipe: Stock
Catalytic Converter: Stock
Muffler: Flowmaster Super 44 2.5"
Tailpipe: 2.25" with custom fabbed angle exit, and autozone resonator
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This is my Jeep Cherokee Sport. It is a 93 High Output Cherokee. Straight pipe with only the cat on the exhaust. Sounds amazing. Will be making another clip of it but better in the next month or so. But here it is as of last weekish. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsD-...ature=youtu.be
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Engine:1997 4.0
Manifold: Stock
Downpipe: Dynomax 2.5"
CAT: Dynomax 2.5"
Muffler: Thrush Welded 2.5"
Tailpipe: Performancecurve.com 2.5"

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^^Sounds good man
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^^Sounds good man
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Manifold: factory
downpipe: custom 2.5" to remove dent
cat: 2.5" Magnaflow
muffler: 2.5" Flowmaster 50
tailpipe: 2.5" out the back
intake: Spectre cowl intake

Sounds awesome. The Flowmaster 50 is a great choice for some sound and tone while not being over the top. I'd recommend 2.25" tubing for anybody looking to replicate because I think I lost some torque when I went up to 2.5".

video best with headphones:


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Originally Posted by XJlimitedx99 View Post
Manifold: factory
downpipe: custom 2.5" to remove dent
cat: 2.5" Magnaflow
muffler: 2.5" Flowmaster 50
tailpipe: 2.5" out the back
intake: Spectre cowl intake

Sounds awesome. The Flowmaster 50 is a great choice for some sound and tone while not being over the top. I'd recommend 2.25" tubing for anybody looking to replicate because I think I lost some torque when I went up to 2.5".

video best with headphones:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjrImQxF_EI
Your're right not too loud to keep the police at bay and loud enough.

Yeah, i've got a Flowmaster super 50 and Magnaflow cat on my rig but with OEM dia. plumbing. The only Flowmaster short enough to fit my OEM exhaust system.

How do you account for loss of torque with the Flowmaster and 2.5" exhaust plumbing?
I'd think you should of gained more torque.
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Originally Posted by moparado View Post
Your're right not too loud to keep the police at bay and loud enough.

Yeah, i've got a Flowmaster super 50 and Magnaflow cat on my rig but with OEM dia. plumbing. The only Flowmaster short enough to fit my OEM exhaust system.

How do you account for loss of torque with the Flowmaster and 2.5" exhaust plumbing?
I'd think you should of gained more torque.
Slower exhaust velocity. The same amount of exhaust flows through a larger area at a slower speed. The slower speed lessens the scavenging effect so the motor loses some torque to pushing the exhaust out of the cylinder more than it had to previously. That's my very basic understanding of it.


I don't have any hard data to say I lost power but I notice it when ascending long hills on the highway. On the other side, the 2.5" definitely has a deeper tone than 2.25" and it sounds great.
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Originally Posted by XJlimitedx99 View Post
Slower exhaust velocity. The same amount of exhaust flows through a larger area at a slower speed. The slower speed lessens the scavenging effect so the motor loses some torque to pushing the exhaust out of the cylinder more than it had to previously. That's my very basic understanding of it.

I don't have any hard data to say I lost power but I notice it when ascending long hills on the highway. On the other side, the 2.5" definitely has a deeper tone than 2.25" and it sounds great.
Ahh ok, makes sense.
I could be wrong but seem to remember the 50 has an OEM 2-1/4" input.
If so, could the 2.5" to 2-1/4" reducer be part of it?
Don't know, just throwing that out there.

Seen a Utube video about how the Flowmaster 50's baffling system is supposed to help increase exhaust scavenging but it could be it was tweaked for OEM plumbing.
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