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When it comes to performance exhaust systems, most people are looking for three things: Power, sound, and quality. JBA Exhaust Systems deliver the best of all three, giving it both great looks and performance. One of the first performance upgrades typically made to a vehicle is the addition of a performance exhaust system. While there is a high demand for performance sound, the capacity for power in a JBA exhaust system gives JBA the extra edge. Each system is tuned to provide the best possible exhaust tone without being overwhelming from within the vehicle. By replacing the restrictive factory exhaust system with free flowing mandrel-bent stainless tubing and quality performance mufflers, JBA has developed the power, sound, and efficiency desired in a vehicle. Each kit is finished with a polished chrome plated stainless steel tip(s) that resist discoloring, along with high quality hardware and thorough instructions for a simple bolt-on installation.
1. Large diameter stainless steel mandrel-bent tubing- Increased hp/tq and improved throttle response
2. Stainless steel high flow muffler(s)- Powerful exhaust tone, greatest flow / durability
3. High quality hardware kits included- No extra parts needed
4. Polished chrome stainless steal tip(s)- Won't discolor, enhances vehicle appearance
5. Factory style hangers- Easy installation
Can I run this on my 2013 jku and is it a nice exhaust
Asked by Jeep kid from Vermont on
Hi Jeep kid, Yes, this system from JBA fits great on the 2013 unlimited. It's a high quality system with a nice, distinctive exhaust tone that is not very loud or offensive. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by JIm G from Vermont on
How will this help my performance of my Jeep?
Asked by from on
I stole this directly from JBA "Increased horsepower and torque throughout RPM, Improved throttle response, Improved fuel economy, Powerful exhaust note." But here is the real world answer, headers help increase the airflow through your exhaust, the quicker you get air in and out of your Jeep, the better it will run.
Answered by Jason from on