Borla Cat-Back Exhaust System 2-1/2" Touring Dual Exit With 3-1/2" Polished Tips 4-Door Jeep Wrangler JK 2012-2018
Borla 2-1/2" Dual Exit Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System with 3-1/2" Polished Tips for 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 4-Door Jeep JK Wranglers.
While not all owners of 2012-2018 Jeep JK Wranglers want an extremely loud exhaust, most agree the stock system simply doesn't cut it. This 2-1/2" Dual Exit Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System with 3-1/2" Polished Tips from Borla adds a deep yet mellow exhaust tone to your JK while increasing its horsepower!
Features and Benefits of the Borla 2-1/2" Dual Exit Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System with 3-1/2" Polished Tips (140459):
- Made out of premium 300-series stainless steel
- Ultra-smooth mandrel bends
- Straight-through baffled design
- Improves airflow
- Increases horsepower
- Adds Touring exhaust tone
- 3-1/2" square, rolled angle cut tips
Borla's cat-back is manufactured from aircraft-quality 300-series stainless steel and features a straight through baffled design. 2-1/2" mandrel bent piping leads to the Touring muffler with dual exit 2" pipes and 3-1/2" square, rolled angle cut tips that exit the rear of your JK.
Borla offers the Touring cat-back for a slight bump in noise and a healthy bump in horsepower. The high flowing Touring mufflers will give your Wrangler a deep and throaty yet mellow and moderate sound.
Please Note: This exhaust system fits 4-Door Jeep 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 140459 2-1/2" Dual Exit Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System with 3-1/2" Polished Tips for your 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 4-Door Jeep JK Wrangler from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Novice skill is required for this installation.
This Borla cat back exhaust is made of two and a half inch mandrel-bent stainless steel tubing with a high flow resonator and a dual outlet muffler with chrome polished tips, to give your Jeep a nice sound, but it's not going to be too loud. So today we're going to install it using our 2016 Jeep Wrangler.
Tools you will need for this installation: a lift or a jack and jack stands, half-inch ratchet; 15mm socket; 18mm socket; 15mm wrench; and you might need an exhaust hanger removal tool.
This cat back exhaust is pretty simple to install. We have to start off by removing the factory system which is pretty easy.
Just remove this clamp right here on the muffler, then remove the muffler from the two hangers. Loosen the clamp with a 15mm socket. Remove the driver's side hanger from the muffler. Then remove the rubber hanger from the frame mount. With both hangers removed, just twist the muffler and pull it off.
Come up to the front of the exhaust now, where the front pipe meets the wide pipe and remove the clamp. Now, if you have some miles on your Jeep, this clamp might be pretty hard to remove, so you might want to use some penetrating lubricant.
Remove the rubber hanger from the front pipe. Then there's one more hanger to remove. Then remove this rubber hanger near the axle. Lower this skid plate by removing the rear two bolts and then loosening the front two. Then come back to the back of the exhaust and twist it to pull it off the front pipe. Bring the exhaust back, bring it around the skid plate, then bring it forward to remove it.
With the factory exhaust out of the way, the first thing we're going to do is put a provided clamp over the wide plate then take the rubber hanger that was right here, install it onto the resonator plate. Then install the resonator plate onto the wide plate.
Make sure you line up the tab on the right side. Get it seated and then put the rubber hanger on the mount right there. Put a clamp over the resonator. Grab the over-axle plate install it into the resonator and then onto this rubber hanger.
So now, with the over-axle pipe installed, place a clamp on the over-axle plate. Grab the muffler, install it onto the over-axle plate, then the driver's side hanger, then the passenger side hanger.
With the exhaust in place, you can now tighten the clamps, starting from the front then work your way toward the rear.
Re-install the skid plate.
Then make your way to the muffler. Tighten the clamp on the muffler. Then you can install the tips. Grab your tip and place a clamp over it then install it on the tailpipe. Adjust it to your liking, then tighten the clamp.
Repeat the process on the other side and your installation is finished.
All right, let's hear it.
Our Borla cat back exhaust is installed, the door tips look really good on this Jeep and it's not too loud at all. It sounds really good. Installation is not too hard either, it's only going to take about an hour and before you know it, you'll be heading off road.