When you're scrambling up a trail and crawling over a ledge, you need all of your Jeep's power in the low RPM range. This makes the difference between powering over your obstacle or finding something attach your winch to.
Because Jeep enthusiast need power from idle to 3,000 RPM, Gibson designed their Jeep exhaust to be very different from its truck and SUV systems. To enhance low and mid range power for climbing and towing, a single cat-back exhaust system was specifically designed for the Jeep to provide minimal interior noise levels with maximum exhaust evacuation. A dual exhaust is available for some applications that enhances low-end power and performance and exits straight out from the rear of your Jeep.