Jeep Wrangler Flowmaster Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust (2012-2018 JK) Sound Clip & Install
Jeep Wrangler Flowmaster Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust (2012-2018 JK) Sound Clip & Install

This Flowmaster Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust
in black with black tips is for those of you that have a 2012 and up JK, that are looking
for the loudest exhaust system available. This is going to install very easily onto
your Jeep, definitely a one out of three wrench installation, about an hour’s time to get
it installed. And after that hour, you are going to have
the loudest system that you can get for your Jeep. I mean, you can just look at this thing. You can see what the factory can normally
looks like to cut down on your exhaust noise. And this has just a little tube. This is a very small bullet-style muffler. This is going to be the loudest system that
you can get. So, if you’re looking for the most exhaust
volume, a nice, deep, aggressive exhaust note, this is going to be a really great option
for you. If you’re looking for something that’s going
to be a little bit more mild, just give a little bit more of a grunt, this is not it. This is definitely going to be one of the
more extreme systems available. This is also going to be a system that is
coming out of Flowmaster, which is a very well-known name in exhaust. This is going to be a very high-quality material,
not only of the system itself but also of the exhaust tips. So, it’s going to hold up and last a long
time as well. But because of that quality of build and the
quality of materials that you’re getting, this is definitely going to be more expensive
than some of the other axle backs available. As for as the construction goes, like I mentioned
before, you’re getting something that’s very high-quality here. This is gonna be a 409 stainless system that
is covered with a black ceramic coating. The high-quality stainless steel means that
this isn’t going to rust through like a mild steel system would, even if you were to have
a little bit of this coating end up flaking off and get damaged in one way or another. Of course, this is going to come with two
tips because this is a dual-outlet system. These are going to be 4-inch tips, but the
rest of the tubing is a factory two and a half. And again, these are going to have that same
black finish on them. And they are actually going to be a 304 stainless,
so an even higher quality stainless for the tip because that is the part they are going
to see the most coming out of the back of the Jeep. As with most Axle-Back systems, this will
mate right up with your factory over axle pipe. It’s going to use your factory hangers. It’s going to be a very, very easy install. There’s just a little bit less stuff here
because it is such a small bullet-style muffler and not a much larger factory style can. So to get this installed, very simple, one
out of three wrenches, probably only an hour or so. There’s just one clamp that you have to remove
and two hangers that you have to remove to get the factory axle back off of your Jeep,
get it out of the way, then you can go ahead and get this installed. You’ll slide this side here over the factory
over-axle pipe using the included clamp. Attach these hangers onto the factory hangers
and then attach your tips onto the system, tighten everything down, and you’re finished. Like I said at the beginning, you are going
to be paying a bit of a premium for the build quality and for the quality of materials you’re
getting here. Anytime you step up into a 409 system that
has 304 tips, you’re going to be paying a little bit more money because this is a system
that’s going to last a long time. When you couple that with the fact that Flowmaster
puts a lot of R&D into their exhaust systems to ensure that you’re going to get exactly
what you’re looking for, in this case, the most aggressive sound, and aggressive volume,
you are paying for a premium product so you’re going to be paying a premium price. As long as you have the budget for it, I do
think you’re getting a lot for your money. So if you’re looking for one of the loudest
exhaust systems available for your JK, I definitely recommend taking a look at the Outlaw by Flowmaster. And you can find it right here at

8 thoughts on “Jeep Wrangler Flowmaster Outlaw Series Axle-Back Exhaust (2012-2018 JK) Sound Clip & Install”

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  2. Mr. Bluegrass says:

    Do these by any chance have something similar for 2003 wrangler rubicon 4.0

  3. Misfit Adventurez says:

    Yah want loud? Straight pipe it lol I did. It sounds much better than expected. Crackles and pops, has a thunderous snarl to it. I haven't heard any complaints about it yet. Everyone seems to be shocked on the sound and want to know what "system" I bought 😂😂.

  4. Canadian Outdoors says:

    Sunburn or drunk?

  5. davegbp says:

    I love mine….I added a Edelbrock supercharger as well….I surely take advantage of those long freeway on ramps…:)

  6. TheFastSparrow1 says:

    I see that there is another Flowmaster outlaw for the 07-11 Jeep jk. Could you please do a review for that exhaust?

  7. OzZy401 says:

    Might be a bad question but.. does this fit both the 2 door and 4 door?

  8. Sahej Sethi says:

    I have a 2018 JK Jeep Wrangler. I want to get a new exhaust system but cant decide between axle back and cat back. My main question is, will I get any performance and mileage gains from a cat back? Because if not much I'd rather save some cash and get an axle back..

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