This Rebel Series cat-back exhaust system delivers quality, sound, performance and appearance for your Jeep JL 2 or 4 door model. Made from mandrel bent 409 stainless steel tubing for increased exhaust flow and performance, this dual rear exit system eliminates the primary muffler and uses a high flow, transverse rear muffler, so it looks as good as it sounds. Dual 4-1/2" polished, stainless steel clamp-on tips with aFe POWER logos finish it off for the perfect combination of performance, value and style.
Moderate Exhaust Tone:
This single rear muffler designed system eliminates the primary muffler and features a high flow, transverse rear muffler, for a moderate exhaust tone and long lasting good looks.
Dual 4-1/2" Polished Exhaust Tips:
This dual rear-exit system features 4-1/2" diameter, polished, stainless steel clamp-on exhaust tips w/ laser-cut aFe POWER badge for a custom-styled look.
Installation is a snap:
This Rebel Series exhaust system uses all factory mounting locations, ball flange connection and quality hardware, providing a hassle-free installation.
OE-style bayonet hangers are used to maintain a stable pipe location during any driving conditions. The bayonet tip holds the hanger bushing in place for an OE style, long lasting fit.
This item fits both 2-Door and 4-Door models
This product does not require a CARB EO#
All aFe exhaust systems are engineered and manufactured in our Corona, California facility.
Year Make Model SubModel Engine Fuel 2018-2019 Jeep Wrangler JL Will fit 2Dr & 4Dr models V6 3.6L Gas
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- easy install, deep mellow sound
- This system took about 1 1/2 hours to install including removal of OEM system and me putting the extension pipe on wrong end of S pipe that goes over the axle. Didn't figure this out until I was under the Jeep and realized the hanger didn't line up. Did this in my driveway with hand tools and no fancy "exhaust hanger pliers" like all the Jeep forum videos say "makes it so much easier". No battery powered or air impact tools.. so with that said, with simple power tools and not putting together wrong and have to redo stuff.. I would say this is roughly a 1 hr install. Now for the sound... I have only started up and revved it a little in the driveway, so it has a deep rumble in the cab, outside it has a soft rumble at idle and revving it sounds almost like a V8, kind of a smooth tone, not "poppy" like most V6's typically sound. Definitely on other end of spectrum for the ricer fart can sound.