AWE Tuning's New Exhaust System Gives The V8 Jeep Wrangler 392 Even More Aggression

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AWE Tuning has improved the already melodious sound of the 6.4-liter V8.

AWE Tuning has released a new exhaust system for the Jeep Wrangler 392 and it sounds absolutely incredible.

The SwitchPath Catback Exhaust is a three-inch system constructed from T304L stainless steel. The tailored muffler and bespoke H-pipe have been designed to work with the Wrangler's valve-controlled setup that allows owners to switch between a more subdued or throatier exhaust note.

"This one makes for an ear-to-ear grin, no question. Nothing was left on the table here, excellent clearance, AWE's BashGuard, and valves that integrate with factory controls," said AWE's Jesse Kramer. "All that and a Lifetime Guarantee, this one's the sound that the [Wrangler] 392 market has been after."

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The Wrangler 392 already has an alluring exhaust note, but there's no denying that AWE's system improves on the V8 rumble. This has been achieved with the resonated H-pipe, which has been designed to provide a "deep, aggressive tone with minimal rasp."

It's practical too, as AWE claims the SwitchPath exhaust provides an additional three inches of ground clearance, thanks to the quad BashGuard configuration. The BashGuard features a 0.125-inch thick reinforced stainless steel ring that is strong enough for even the most arduous off-road trails.

But the best part of the system has to be the power improvements. AWE claims dyno-verified gains of nine horsepower and five lb-ft of torque. With the SwitchPath exhaust fitted, the 6.4-liter Hemi V8 should produce up to 479 hp and 475 lb-ft of torque. We're guessing this will have a positive effect on the already impressive performance capabilities.

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If you're interested in giving your Wrangler 392 a more menacing exhaust note, you'll be pleased to know the SwitchPath exhaust system is available to order for $2,845. That's a considerable chunk of change, but AWE says the setup comes with a lifetime warranty and requires no invasive work - it simply bolts on with ease.

It may be expensive, but you're paying for quality. What's more, the ability to switch seamlessly from a rowdy and dramatic rumble to a subdued V8 growl is worth its weight in gold, especially if you have easily frustrated neighbors.

The Wrangler V8 is the latest vehicle to join the company's ever-growing portfolio. The firm also offers an exhaust system for the Ford F-150 and even the Volkswagen Golf GTI.

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