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I had a chance to shoot a little video of how my Flowmaster system sounds. It might be a little throaty for some but I love it. I have had two different Borlas on the jeep and this one is the best (subjective).

I didn't find many decent sound recordings of the Pentastar with an HP2 prior to purchase so hopefully this adds a little something new.

it's a high tuck system and goes above the sway bar as you will see in the video.

Enjoy!
http://youtu.be/ILwRoGxrlaM
 

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I had a chance to shoot a little video of how my Flowmaster system sounds. It might be a little throaty for some but I love it. I have had two different Borlas on the jeep and this one is the best (subjective).

I didn't find many decent sound recordings of the Pentastar with an HP2 prior to purchase so hopefully this adds a little something new.

it's a high tuck system and goes above the sway bar as you will see in the video.

Enjoy!
http://youtu.be/ILwRoGxrlaM

Nice! That is the first exhaust on a 3.6L that I actually like. More details on the system, or a link, please.
 

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the exhaust fits all years and both 2-dr and 4-dr. 2-door guys just cut some tubing off of one of the parts.

there are two hangers up front so it fits both 3.6 and 3.8 as well.

cool thing is that a 4 door guy can sell it used to another 4 door or a 2 door. I didn't chop off the unused front hanger so it can go on a 3.8 later too.

I picked mine up using amazon prime. I watched for a long time and snagged a deal. hard to do but I got lucky.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FMN7V0W/

their product video is here and it is as high tuck as they say it is. You get a good view of it in the video but it goes fast.

http://youtu.be/heGCpa1dtVg
 

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Yes, self installed. Tight but perfect fit. I recommend pushing the pipe joints all the way in.

Interestingly, while noise increases with rpm and it is throaty and moderate, the boomy resonance you get inside the vehicle when lugging the motor with the typical fart can muffer isn't there. You definitly hear it when your on the throttle but pull your foot out of it and cruising, it is very tame.
 

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With it going over the rear sway bar, did you have to put some spacers in at the sway bar mounts to give clearance or did you just run right over the top of it with no problems?
 

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It does have the metalcloak spacers installed. The spacers were on already because I will be relocating the shock tops anyway with the synergy brackets. I don't think you need spacers but IIRC, the exhaust instructions actually recommend the spacers.

There is some close up where I aimed the camera under jeep in the first video.
 
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