Having problems with your 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

Is$175.00 for one flowmaster super 44 series muffler too much?

\015 Yesterday i paid 175.00 for one flowmaster super 44 muffler was that too much for a performance muffler ?i bought it from the muffler shop. Would it have been cheaper from autozone? i also paid 40.00 for a flowmaster stainless steele tip rounded end was that too much? and also he took all my old pipes off from cat coverter back to tailpipe and replace with straight pipe no cat coverter, super 44 muffler, and tip but used old tailpipe old hangers andthe only new pipe i really got was the one he used to replace cat coverter and he welded everthing was that worth 75.00 labor ? i dont know much about exhaust ssystems thats why im asking did i get ripped off please HELP!!!! ps all this is for a 1995 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LOREDO STRAIGHT 6 4.0liter pps sound awsome like a mustange mixed with a vette sound---------\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-10-2018

Answers :

Heres the bottom line...My dad used to tell me that nothing is worth more than you are wiling to pay for it.
What you now have is a mix of unmatched components that sound nice, and possibly may give you a one or two mpg increase. However, a good exhaust system is carefully engineered to take advantage of sonic as well as physical, laws that influence the way both sound and air (exhaust) behave in certain diameter pipes, when traveling at pre-determined speeds.
Most stock exhaust is far from that, rather, it is the cheapest easiest means to permit exhaust to escape from the engine while making the least amount of noise, while keeping the converter operating. Therefore anything you do to lower pressure will give you somewhat of a performance gain. In using a part of the stock system, you cancel some of that gain by creating another restriction. I'd be satisfied with what you have but would be concerned about passing a state inspection. If you want to learn more about exhaust and how it influences your engine there are many good books you can read on this subject. (I know that because I probably read them all as a pro racer).
Good luck with your Jeep!!!
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