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Flowmaster Force II Stainless Steel Axle-Back Exhaust (12-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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      Review & Installation Video

      This Flowmaster Force II Stainless Steel Axle-Back Exhaust is for those of you that have a 2012 and up JK that are looking to getting a little bit more exhaust volume, as well as a lower exhaust note from your exhaust system. Now, there are a lot of options out there. This is the Force II with the dual exit from Flowmaster. There's also a version with a single exit that's gonna be a little bit closer to a factory system. Now all these systems are going to install very easily onto your Jeep. Definitely a one out of three wrench installation. This is definitely something anybody can do in their driveway, and we'll talk more about that in just a second. Now, when it comes to axle-back systems, this one's gonna to be a little bit more expensive than some of the other ones out there, and the reason for that is it's made of a 409 stainless material, with 304 polished tips. Now, the 409 stainless means that while you may get a little bit of surface oxidation on this system, if any of this black powder coat were to come off, you're not going to get full on rust-through like you would with a mild steel system. So, this being a higher grade of stainless steel means that it is going to be a little bit more expensive. And, because you are getting those polished 304 tips, you know you're not going to get any sort of oxidation or discoloration from those tips. So, the build quality and the quality of materials used here is going to drive the cost up a little bit, but again, that all means this system is going to last a good long time Like I said before, any of these systems are going to give you a lower, more throaty exhaust note, and definitely some additional exhaust volume. So, if that's what you're after, this is gonna be a nice choice. Now if you are somebody who does a lot of off-roading, I would probably recommend looking at one of the more high-clearance rock crawler style exhaust systems. This is going to give you not just a factory style exhaust here, you're actually having more piping that sticks out the back that you're gonna to be able to smush off of the rocks. And those high-clearance rock crawler systems are going delete this axle-back completely, give you more of a bullet style muffler, less piping, less stuff to crush on and off-road. So, if you're somebody who stays on the road, runs some mild trails, not as worried about crushing your exhaust, this is great. If you do more hardcore wheeling, you want something that's tucked up a little bit higher, we have that option as well. So, as with most aftermarket axle-backs, this is going to be a two and a half inch mandrel-bent tubing system.The mandrel-bent just means that there is a piece that goes in the inside, as well as the outside of the pipe during the bending process to ensure that none of these pipes are going to collapse as they're bent, which just means that the exhaust is going to be able to flow nice and freely. This is going to be Flowmaster's 80 Series muffler which is going to give you a moderate turn on the outside of the jeep. However, it is going to keep things toned down nicely on the inside of the vehicle. I already went over some of the materials already, this is that 409 stainless with the black powder coat finish designed to hold up really, really well, with those polished 304 tips. There are some systems out there that are completely black, completely polished. If you are more into the looks of this system, again, other options are available, this one does have that black and polished combination, which I personally think is really nice. So, definitely one outta three wrenches on the install of pretty much any axle-back, this one included. All you'll have to do is remove that factory axle-back system by removing one clamp and popping off the two factory hangers. Get that outta the way. Then, you just have to fit this piece of pipe over the factory tailpipe, using the new included clamp, and hang the hangers in the factory location on the factory rubber hangers. Very, very simple installation. Anyone can do this with just a socket set. Now it is a good idea, because we are talking about exhaust systems that like to get rusty, to spray that clamp. And you can also spray those hangers well ahead of time with good penetrating oil. It is gonna make it that much easier to get the old system outta the way. This system from Flowmaster is gonna run you right around $520. And that is going to be much more expensive than the bargain basement systems out there. Now, this is going to be an incredibly well-built system outta some very high-quality materials. It's gonna to give you great sound, it's gonna look good, and it's gonna hold up really well. So, I do think it's worth that slightly higher price tag. However, if you are in the market for a system that has dual outlets, but you're not interested in something that is as well-built, or is made out of the materials that this one is, and you're looking to save some money, you can definitely do that. You can find cheaper systems out there. But, if you want a premium system, this is it. However, it does carry a premium price tag along with it. So, if you're looking for a very well-built dual outlet exhaust system for your JK, I would definitely recommend taking a look at the Force II by Flowmaster, and you can find it right here at extremeterrain.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Force II Axle Back Exhaust System
      • Tone: Moderate; Mild Interior
      • Dual Exit Tailpipes
      • 2.5 Inch Mandrel-Bent Tubing
      • 409 S Stainless Steel Construction
      • Includes 80 Series Muffler
      • 304 Stainless Steel Polished Exhaust Tips
      • Fits Both 2 & 4 Door Models
      • Made in the USA
      • Lifetime Limited Warranty
      • Designed For 2012-2018 Wrangler JK 3.6L Models

      Description

      Superb Performance & Sound. Flowmaster's  Force II dual axle back exhaust kit provides a balanced tone for those looking for something more than stock.  With a moderate performance sound outside of your rig and only a mild tone on the interior, this exhaust is not too aggressive or overbearing. You'll experience enhanced performance and airflow along with sleek added style from dual outlet polished stainless steel tips, giving your JK one up on the competition.

      Premium Construction. Flowmaster proudly crafts their Force II exhaust systems here in the USA from 409S stainless steel for the most in durability and function. Featuring 2.5 inch mandrel bent tubing and an 80 series muffler with the same 2.5 inch inlet and outlet, this kit is made for ideal airflow. The kit is finished off with two 304 stainless steel polished and embossed tips featuring rolled edges for a professional look.  Everything you need to use with your factory hangers is included, and there will be no extra modification, for a hassle free installation.

      Application. The Force II Stainless Steel Axle-back Exhaust is designed for use on 2012-2018 Jeep JK Wrangler models with a 3.6L engine.

      Fitment: 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

      MPN# 817729

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      Ratings Summary

      4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 17 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      Installation Cost: 0-$100





      • October 06, 2019

        5 2015 Wrangler - TerryR Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        A Must have.

        The easiest way to wake up your jeep. Stock exhaust is boring . One bolt and two rubber hangers and it's a new Jeep. Spray some PB and a impact gun and a cup of coffee and your done before you finish your cup!! As far as sound goes. Awesome at idle. Perfect blend of I want to hear it when I'm on it. Blends in with road noise when you don't want the drone. The polished tips just poke out to see its a duel system. But not in the way

        Helpful (1)
      • March 08, 2019

        5 2012 Wrangler - VictorF Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Best muffler yet

        I love how the muffler sounds, I didn’t even try to do it my self I took it to the muffler shop and within 20 mins I had my flow master done. Sound is amazing I read a lot of reviews saying that it will sound like a civic and this is not the case.

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      • December 20, 2018

        5 2016 Wrangler - MarioK Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        As advertised

        Installed it on my 2016 JK Rubi - exactly as advertised Great sound precession muffler

        Helpful (9)
      • July 18, 2018

        5 2018 Wrangler - PhillipG Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Just right

        Simply put this has the right amount of sound for a Wrangler. Not too much, not to little. Super easy install.

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      • May 09, 2018

        5 2016 Rubicon - ZAllen Installation Time: Afternoon

        New Exhaust

        We really enjoy this new exhaust system, its not to loud and over bearing and looks a lot better than factory. It took approx two hours to install, just because it was hard to get the old exhaust off.

        Helpful (13)
      • April 12, 2018

        5 2012 Wrangler - RogerB Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Fit great

        Fits really good , easy to install, harness part is taking off old one, little to loud , and haven’t noticed to much improvement over the kandn breather , but it does look great once installed

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      • March 07, 2018

        4 2012 Wrangler - WBS1971 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        A little louder than expected...

        I have had Flowmaster products on Mustangs for years so I know they tend to be loud. I guess the Mustang has more sound deadening material than the Jeep so I was a bit surprised at the interior cabin noise. Along with the KandN cold air kit, this does slightly improve performance and the dual exhaust looks great on the Wrangler. Sound is good.... but loud. Hardest part of install was removing the stock muffler which I finally had to cut the support arms to remove and then wiggle the muffler off the exhaust pipe as it was rusted. Once it came off, I had the new muffler installed in 5 minutes. Total time was roughly 1 hour.

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      • January 17, 2018

        5 2013 Wrangler - JM Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: 0-$100

        Looks awesome

        I had a hard time removing stock muffler so I took it to a shop and I was in and out in less than 30 minuets. I had them weld the Flowmaster on as the clamp I was sent was too big. I preferred the welding anyway. Looks and sounds awesome. Happy with my purchase!

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      • September 01, 2017

        5 2017 Wrangler - MarioM Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        More than I expected.

        Being around a mechanic all of my life (father) I am a bit of a greaser my self. I was a bit skeptic at first from the reviews mentioning it's more like an import rocket. But combined with K and N intake and JMS pedalmax I am more than happy with the results. The sound is a nice almost V8 loudness. Did not take long at all to install this, I didn't even use a jack. HIGHLY RECOMMEND! And the heads turn when they hear me coming....

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      • August 03, 2017

        4 2015 Wrangler - Sara Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

        Installing exhaust

        It was a easy install but had trouble with how the tips extended at the bumper , one stuck out further than the other.

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      Questions & Answers (1 answers)

      1 Top Rated Question

      HI, WILL THIS FIT A 2010 JKU?

      • This will not fit 2010 models.

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      • (1) Axle back exhaust

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