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Thread: JL JOURNAL : DYNOMAX DELETE - JL Wrangler Muffler Elimination Tail Pipe w/SOUND CLIPS

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    I wish it was that easy to get a decent sounding exhaust on a jk


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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Oh yea, she's coming around more and more lol.. just finished the video, looks real straight forward, sounded nice from what I could tell.. little teaser in the last few seconds there??
    LOL - let's just say, a taste of things in the works.

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I wish the Jk was that easy..... "Too Ricey"? You named your Jeep "Jet Li" ... to late for that. Lol.... and I see what you did there at the end... looking forward to the new feature video!
    Damn, that was funny!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bear_JKU View Post
    That sounds really good. It’s nice how easy to install it is.
    Yeah, it really doesn't sound too bad

    Quote Originally Posted by Discount Tire View Post
    Cool video and the new set-up sounds pretty good
    Thanks. I have to say that I'm glad that it worked out

    Quote Originally Posted by Brewskisteve View Post
    I love watching you videos and have learned a lot from your straight forward repairs and installs. I'm wondering if that muffler deletion will still be Calunicornia SMOG legal?
    I would think it should be fine in Kalifornia but it's been a while since I've lived there and don't know what the current smog laws are like. Sorry.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    It sounds good to me...
    Yeah, not too bad

    Quote Originally Posted by pop2tu View Post
    I wish it was that easy to get a decent sounding exhaust on a jk
    On a 3.8L, the Dynomax Rock Crawler is really nice. On a 3.6L, the Quite Crawler isn't too bad.

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    That last parting shot better not mean Moby is being sent out to pasture. I mean I know better but damn if it doesn’t at least give that hint. Perhaps maybe more of a long overland trip in the works. Oh the possibilities. Thanks for adding to the insomnia... definitely won’t be sleeping much now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - let's just say, a taste of things in the works.



    Damn, that was funny!



    Yeah, it really doesn't sound too bad



    Thanks. I have to say that I'm glad that it worked out



    I would think it should be fine in Kalifornia but it's been a while since I've lived there and don't know what the current smog laws are like. Sorry.



    Yeah, not too bad



    On a 3.8L, the Dynomax Rock Crawler is really nice. On a 3.6L, the Quite Crawler isn't too bad.
    I like it, looking fwd to it all!

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