Borla Cat-Back Exhaust System 2-1/2" Climber S-Type 4-Door Jeep Wrangler 2007-2011
Borla 2-1/2" S-Type Climber Cat-Back Exhaust System for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 4-Door Jeep Wranglers.
Upgrade your 2007-2011 Jeep Wrangler with this 2-1/2" S-Type Climber Cat-Back Exhaust System from Borla. It is crafted from durable 300-series austenitic stainless steel with a high clearance design for off-roading adventures!
Features and Benefits of the Borla 2-1/2" S-Type Climber Cat-Back Exhaust System (140655):
- Manufactured from premium 300-series stainless steel
- Ultra-smooth mandrel bends
- High clearance design for off-road applications
- Relocates muffler to free up space
- Enhances airflow
- Increases horsepower
- Adds improved exhaust sound
Borla¹s Climber cat-back exhaust system has a unique design to provide additional clearance for off-roading. The Climber will relocate the muffler from its original location at the back of your Wrangler just before the over axle pipe. This will free up space at the rear of your JK to mount additional equipment.
The S-Type muffler provides just the right blend of packing filament, straight through core dimensions, core perforation pattern and cylindrical shape to deliver the intoxicating Borla sound of power with every squeeze of the throttle.
*This cat-back exhaust kit is for 2007-2011 3.8L 4-Door Wranglers ONLY.
Borla exhaust systems feature patented straight-through and multi-core technology to unleash hidden horsepower. Increased exhaust velocity adds power, driving excitement, fuel economy and the distinctive Borla Sound of Power respected by motoring enthusiasts everywhere.
Order Borla's 140655 2-1/2" S-Type Climber Cat-Back Exhaust System for your 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 or 2011 4-Door Jeep Wrangler from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Novice skill is required for this installation.
All right, so installing cat-back exhaust in the JK Wrangler is actually pretty simple. We're just going to get the Jeep up in the air, remove the factory axle-back, then work our way towards the front. This nut's so corroded, it's actually supposed to be a 15mm, but this 12mm is just barely too small, so we're going to hammer this 12mm on and hopefully, it can grip onto the nut and we can break it free. All right, well hopefully, you don't have to do this, you probably won't have to, but we're going to take a cut-off wheel, we're going to cut right there, and that should break it free.
Now we're going to remove the passenger side rubber hanger. You might need an exhaust hanger removal tool for this, these factory hangers can be pretty stiff. We're going to pop the driver side hanger off, and then we should be able to wiggle the muffler off and pull it right off the over axle pipe. Same process as the passenger side. All right, we got the factory muffler off. Now we're up front at this front pipe, and we need to disconnect a clamp. However, it's suffered the same fate that our muffler did, and the nut is pretty much non-existent. So we're going to have to cut the clamp again right on the pipe, just like we did on the muffler.
Now we're going to remove the rubber hanger on the front of the front pipe. And finally, remove the hanger near the axle. Before you can drop the exhaust, you actually have to drop down this skid plate here. You don't have to completely remove it, you can just undo this bolt, and this bolt, and then loosen the front two and let it hang down. But if you don't remove it, the exhaust just kind of hangs here and you can't get it out, so you definitely have to get this out of the way. Okay, with the skid plate down, now we're going to twist the exhaust to pull it off. And she's out. And this is why I had to drop the skid plate, because the exhaust needs to slide out right there. And now you can completely remove the pipe.
All right, we have the factory system out of the way, now we're going to put a clamp on the Y-pipe and install our muffler assembly. Slide it onto the Y-pipe and then twist it up to get it into the hanger. This is, without a doubt, probably the easiest cat-back you could possibly install. Now that you have the muffler on, all you need to do is install the tailpipe. There's just two pieces, it's so simple. Get it into the muffler and then into the hanger. Tighten up both clamps with a 15mm socket. Finally, reinstall your skid plate, and your installation's finished. All right, let's hear it.
All right, we got our Borla Climber S-Type Cat-Back Exhaust installed. It's tucked up nice and high and we have that big, ugly muffler out of the way. Gave us a lot more ground clearance, and it sounds a lot better, too. Installation is super easy I think. I had this on in, like, 3 minutes, the whole installation shouldn't take you more than 45 minutes to an hour, and before you know it, you'll be heading off-road.