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    Quote Originally Posted by LVZen View Post
    I combined the MagnaFlow Rock Crawler cat-back with the Hooker Blackheart high clearance axle-back. I tried the MagnaFlow alone first, but it was too loud and whiny for my taste and definitely droned on the highway. So I yanked the MF turndown pipe and added the Hooker axle-back, which fit perfectly to the MF pieces. The combination gives a nice low exhaust note, but it's way more subtle than the MF Rock Crawler alone and the Hooker tucks up nicely behind the rear bumper. That's what I was after.

    I suspect you could do the same with any of the muffler elimination exhaust kits, not just the MF. You might see if you could do it for cheaper by buying the individual components. I had read that the Hooker alone didn't really alter the sound much, but if you don't care about the sound and just want more clearance, try the Hooker and skip the cat-back.
    Installed the Hooker Blackheart to the Magnaflow today. Just the right amount of deadening while maintaining the dual exhaust look I love.

    Wasnít trying to get Gattica-level of quietness, just wanted to tone it down a bit, less highway droning, etc. Itís definitely quieter, with the added benefit of (to my ear) an even deeper note. Super nice.

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    Just installed the AFE axle back hi-tuck exhaust for my 3.6 JLUR.
    Sounds quieter than my straight pipe.

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    Honestly if you just straight pipe it, the 3.6 sounds like a Nissan GT-R. Itís wonderful.


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    It was the Dynomax muffler delete pipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DEFCON1 View Post
    Honestly if you just straight pipe it, the 3.6 sounds like a Nissan GT-R. Itís wonderful.


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    Is that a good thing? I canít seem to look past the Nissan part. 🤮


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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    Is that a good thing? I canít seem to look past the Nissan part. 🤮


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    Iím not a huge Nissan fan either but I sure would like to test drive one of those 600 HP GT-Rís

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    Iím not a huge Nissan fan either but I sure would like to test drive one of those 600 HP GT-Rís
    If anyone could find a way to make 600hp boring itís the Japanese.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dixonk View Post
    If anyone could find a way to make 600hp boring itís the Japanese.


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    I get that its not everybody's cup of tea but 600 HP & top speed near 200 is rad regardless of who made it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    I get that its not everybody's cup of tea but 600 HP & top speed near 200 is rad regardless of who made it.
    I love me some 600hp cars now...just not 2 door altimas.


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    Best aftermarket exhaust?

    Quote Originally Posted by CalSgt View Post
    I get that its not everybody's cup of tea but 600 HP & top speed near 200 is rad regardless of who made it.
    We had a 2013 GT500 for a few years. 662bhp + over 200 mph = BIG smile every time we drove it!
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    I've been looking into exhaust for the Jeep for a couple years and so far I prefer the stock setup.

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