This is my Jeep Cherokee XJ with a Flowmaster Super 44 while driving. Stock 2.25" tubing and stock cat. You can notice that it sounds like a rice burner just a bit in the high RPMs but that's from the camera. The video was shot in the back-end with the tailgate cracked open so you don't see much but you can hear it fine. The Exhaust has a very throaty tone to it which sets it apart, when it comes to the sound, from other Exhausts on 4.0 engines.
Jeep Cherokee XJ with Flowmaster supper 44
LISTEN TO THIS WITH HIGH QUALITY HEADPHONES OR SPEAKERS ONLY. Like anything, it wont sound the same, or near the same unless you use high quality listening devices. Turn the bass up and enjoy. Its not obnoxiously loud at idol, and sounds pretty deep and smooth on hard excelleration, and on deceleration(engine breaking) it sounds pretty raspy and bad ass. I've never been one for an obnoxiously loud exahust, but I really love the sound and tone produced by this muffler.
I purchased it at performancecurve.com. The owner is a vendor on cherokeeforum.com and is a really great guy. The kit is around $100, but shipping across the country was $50. Even so, $150 for a cat back system like this is an incredible price.
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Nate gets some help from the excavator after he unseated his coil in the rock garden. Luckily the guys at Rocky Mountain Terrain Park had one because a high-lift wouldn't jack the Jeep up high enough!