The most commonly used metals in the manufacture of exhaust systems are rusty mild steel, aluminized steel or an inferior 409-grade of stainless. Mopar uses only Aircraft Quality T-304 Stainless Steel. It costs more than the other lesser grades of steel. To cut, bend and hand weld T-304 grade Stainless Steel takes special equipment too. Ask your local muffler shop if they can make a smooth, precision mandrel bend in a 2.50" 304 Stainless Steel pipe for you. You won't find many that can, and it won't be cheap. We also focus heavily on research and development to assure that the system fits performs and sounds better than any other system on the market.
The Mopar Cat-Back systems have a deeper, throatier tone than stock. Our engineers take care in designing and tuning the systems with the mellow sound of power, aggressive yet elegant. Picture yourself driving down the road and turning up the bass on your stereo system but not changing the volume. That's what it sounds like!
Yes, many of our customers enjoy installing their Mopar Cat-Back system. In fact, we are told all the time that it's a tougher job to remove the stock system than to install their Mopar Cat-Back! Just be sure you have good clearance and access under your vehicle, have the proper tools, observe standard safety procedures, and ensure the vehicle is secured by approved jack stands.
CAT-BACK SYSTEM (Complete Exhaust System from Catalytic Converter Back)
No modifications are required -- these kits simply bolt into the OE hangers and brackets. ? The dual outlet tips are a full 4-inch outside diameter of highly polished stainless steel, giving a no-nonsense appearance from the rear of the vehicle.., Only Shipped Ups