Flowmaster Axle-Back Exhaust System Outlaw Series Black 2-1/2" Dual Exit Jeep Wrangler 2007-2011
Flowmaster Dual Exit 2-1/2" Black Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust System for all 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Jeep Wranglers.
This Flowmaster 817755 2-1/2" Black Dual Exit Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust System will give your 2007-2011 Jeep Wrangler the aggressive appearance and the growl-like exhaust tone you're looking for. This bolt-on, dual exit exhaust system will work with all two and four door Jeep Wranglers and is emissions-legal out of the box. On the road or on the trail, this Flowmaster exhaust system will give your Wrangler increased power and a road-warrior feel.
The Flowmaster Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust System is specially designed using stainless steel and features dual 2-1/2" mandrel bent tailpipes all with a contemporary black style. The system finishes with 4" black ceramic coated stainless steel tips.
Features and Benefits:
- Stainless steel construction
- Contemporary black styling
- Mandrel bent tubing
- Dual exit tailpipes
- 4" black ceramic coated tips
- Aggressive exterior sound
- Moderate interior tone
- Dyno tuned for maximum performance
- Increases power
- Conveniently uses factory hangers
- Simple installation
- Fits ALL 2007-2011 2-door and 4-door Jeep Wrangler JKs
- Made in the USA
The Flowmaster Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust System is manufactured in the USA with 409S stainless steel and Dyno tuned for maximum performance. This exhaust kit is designed for an easy fit utilizing your Jeep Wrangler's factory hangars and includes all the additional parts and hardware for a simple bolt-on installation.
Order this Flowmaster Dual Exit 2-1/2" Black Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust System for your 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 or 2011 Jeep Wrangler today from CJ Pony Parts.
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Tools you'll need for this installation; 10 millimeter socket, 3/8 ratchet, 15 millimeter socket, 1/2 inch ratchet, and you might need an exhaust hanger removal tool. Alright, installing this axle-back exhaust is probably the easiest exhaust you'll ever do, but in our case, the exhaust is looking pretty rusty, so hopefully it plays nice, but all you'll need to do is remove a clamp and two hangers. So this nut is so corroded, it's actually supposed to be a 15 millimeter, but this 12 is just barely too small, so we're gonna hammer this 12 on, and hopefully it can grip onto the nut, and we can break it free. Alright, well hopefully you don't have to do this. You probably won't have to, but we're gonna take a cut off wheel. We're gonna cut right there, and that should break it free.
Now we're gonna 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 gonna pop the driver's 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. We finally have the factory muffler out of the way, now we're gonna put the provided clamp on the over axle pipe. Now we're gonna install the axle-back, we're gonna put it into the over axle pipe, then the driver's side hanger, and then into the passenger side hanger, and I promise this is gonna be the easiest exhaust that you'll ever install.
Get it in the driver's side hanger, and just like that, it's that easy. Now all you have to do it tighten the clamp, and install the tips. Get the clamp over the muffler assembly, then tighten it with a 15 millimeter socket. Finally, install the tips, and tighten them down with a 10 millimeter socket and wrench. It's nice and secure, now we can do the other side. Then, once you get the bolt tightened, it actually locks in place, then you'll only need one socket. Once you get both tips installed and positioned where you want them, your installation is finished.
Alright, let's hear it. Alright, our Flowmaster Outlaw axle-back exhaust is installed. It looks way better than the factory exhaust. That thing was just completely destroyed. Our Jeep still has a minor exhaust leak up front, but it still sounds good. Installation is super easy, if you don't have all the rust that we had, and it should only take you about 30 to 45 minutes, and before you know it, you'll be heading off-road.