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looking for exhaust upgrade for 08 4.7 4X4 with QT2

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I have an 2008, 4.7 with QT2. I am looking for the best way to upgrade my exhaust. I have been looking on line for an after market exhaust kit but i guess they don't make one for the 4.7 4X4. I am not looking to spend big money and if I can avoid even buying a kit that would fine by me. i was also wondering if the 5.7 and the 4.7 were the same from the cat back.

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i was also wondering if the 5.7 and the 4.7 were the same from the cat back.
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I would suggest the Flowmaster SUV 50 muffler. If you are looking for something a little louder then the Flowmaster Super44 is the way to go. This thread should help you out greatly https://www.jeepcommander.com/forums/...=exhaust+sound

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thanks for the help. do you know what the part number is for that Flowmaster 50 suv
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thanks for the help. do you know what the part number is for that Flowmaster 50 suv
Not sure, but you can contact member 07JeepXK and he can help you. That is the muffler he has.

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