Chambered Deep-Tone Mufflers 2.500 in. Inlet / Outlet
High Flow Design with a Race Ready Tone!
JEGS Deep-Tone Mufflers are fully-welded aluminized or stainless steel with a heavy-duty 2-chamber design that gives your race or muscle car a deep, aggressive tone.
These chambered mufflers are engineered with a directional flow design (i.e. non-reversible) to provide maximum flow with minimal backpressure. The design of the mufflers also gives your vehicle decreased sound levels that are acceptable for street-driven vehicles.
Each aluminized muffler is finished in high-temp paint for a clean look while adding to overall durability.
- Heavy-Duty 2-Chamber Design
- Acceptable for Street Vehicles
- Stainless or Aluminized Steel
- View Muffler Cut-Away
Will this work with a 2008 jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 3.7l?
What is the max hp for these with 2.5" exhaust? I have these on my car but swapping to a stroker with a solid roller, making close to 650hp.
Will this fit 1999 Ford F150 4.2 liter V6 standard cab?
Will this fit a 2014 dodge challenger rt?
What is the warranty on this muffler?
Does this muffler produce any drone and if so please describe the amount.....Thanks
Will this fit a 2006 chevy silverado 1500?
Do you have a 2 7/8" inlet muffler?
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