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New Exhaust Pics as promised.

So, I had the Cat Back system installed today with Magnaflow. Here are some after pics. Initially, I wanted the exhaust to exit from behind the passenger rear tire, but when I got there and checked it out, I changed my mind.






Also, here's a pic of the inside with aftermarket DVD player and dog barrier.

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nice pic! good post. how is the sound? at 60mph?


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Looking good. I bet it sounds good.

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Has an amazing growl. I like to stand behind it and remote start it just for fun. Can't wait to really open her up on the highway.

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Ref. the dog barrier. I had to add 1/2" mesh wire, secured with hog rings - one of the boxers we had was helping herself to the grocery bags through the bars....
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Problem is that when you do open her up on the highway your going to want to open her up at every light you get a chance to. Ive just got my Flowmaster installed with out the resonator and it sounds awesome and I can feel the diff and I couldnt chirp the tires when I bought my commander but after the intake and muffler I got a chirp of the line. You are going to love it.

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I would like some more info on the dvd player. Does it interface with the upfront unit? How hard was it to install? How much and where? If you have another thread started already with this info, please point me towards it, not trying to hijack the thread.
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just do a dvd search and you should get a bunch of info.

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I would like some more info on the dvd player. Does it interface with the upfront unit? How hard was it to install? How much and where? If you have another thread started already with this info, please point me towards it, not trying to hijack the thread.

I had it installed by a pro and it cost $1,000 cash (CAD). The unit has wireless headsets (4), but if the radio is on 88.1, the sound comes through the Boston Acoustic system. It has a remote which is useful for those in the rear. I can't flip scenes or anything from the upfront controls, but I really don't need too, since I'm not watching.

I know the pro used a block of wood to keep it sturdy with a cloth over it to stop any noise created by the wood. You can't see any of this as its all above the headliner.

I love my player.

Here's a link to a thread that I've seen, basically with photos of what I've said.

https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...player+install

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