VIDEO : Jeep Gladiator Dynomax Quite Crawler Exhaust System Install

wayoflife

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As much as Cindy and I love how our Jeep JT Gladiator looks with the tail end trimmed, the muffler or technically, 2nd resonator it exposed, was just ugly as sin. Needless to say, it had to go and while we may have been able to just cut it off, we were concerned about how the factory exhaust would sound and or drone without it. And, it's for this reason that we decided to install a Dynomax Quite Crawler System. Essentially, it's the exhaust system that Dynomax has been making for the 3.6L engine for years and it's one that we've run in the past and loved. In addition to sounding good to our ears, we've always loved the fact that it comes with a low profile bullet resonator, high clearance Super Turbo muffler and of course, a muffler delete. In this video, you'll get to see just how easy it is to install and as an added bonus, there's an extra tip in there as well. We hope you find our video to be useful.


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wayoflife

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Looks like an easy install. Is there much drone just highway cruising?
Super easy install, just like you see on the video. No drone or at least, that I can tell and the sound is a lot like factory only, without the 2nd resonator. If you were to remove the factory 2nd resonator, there is a drone and to me, the sound isn't as good.
 

wayoflife

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That sounds great. I've been wanting to remove that eye sore from mine but really have been sceptical of exhaust sound. That system sounds fantastic. I'll likely go that route and definitely cut off the tailpipe in a similar way.

Oh. And:

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LOL - that's funny.

As far as sounds go, I think what I like about the Dynomax system is that it still sounds stockish. If you cut off the 2nd resonator, I think it sounds off. Certainly, not like this.
 

wjtstudios

Hooked
It does really sound great, and looks a ton better. I do love the sound of the dynomax, I think it sounds better than stock.
 

onlyone

Active Member
Looks great! I’m going to be cutting my quarters like that. I wonder if they make the exhaust for the diesel? Hmmm.
 
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Sharkey

Word Ninja
The Amazon link says it doesn’t fit a 2021. Any clue if there would be a reason why it would not fit?

I love the quiet crawler on my JK’s.
 
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benatc1

Hooked
Another great install video, looks super straight fwd too. Sound seems like a mild enhancement but not annoying. I see one in my future
 

jeeeep

Hooked
Dynomax on the JKU and JLU, the resonator makes a big difference in drone. I initially installed the muffler eliminator on my JLU and it was too much drone for my taste.
Ordered a resonator (race bullet muffler) and installed it.
It's been a lot better on the drone and a little deeper tone.(y)
 

cozdude

Guy with a Red 2-Door
Sounds great! Very similar to stock but a bit louder which is nice. Quiet crawler is an option for my JLU if I don’t like the muffler delete pipe option
 

wayoflife

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It does really sound great, and looks a ton better. I do love the sound of the dynomax, I think it sounds better than stock.
Thanks and I agree. If nothing else, it doesn't sound worse like I kinda feel the factory exhaust sounds with the resonator cut off.
 

wayoflife

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The Amazon link says it doesn’t fit a 2021. Any clue if there would be a reason why it would not fit?

I love the quiet crawler on my JK’s.
Honestly, I can't think of a reason why it wouldn't work. At least, I don't know of any changes to a 3.6L that were made. I will ask around and find out.
 
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