Banks Power

BANKS STINGER SYSTEM 07-11 JEEP WRANGLER 2-DOOR - BLACK EXHAUST TIP

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Stinger® System, 3.8L

Emissions compliant: CARB E.O. D-161-99

(2007-11) Stinger is an engineered power system for Jeep street and off-road applications. With its free-breathing Banks Ram-Air® Intake and Monster® Exhaust upgrades, Stinger liberates 3.8L Jeeps from airflow restrictions, improving engine efficiency, durability and fuel economy while increasing power. The exhaust note is authoritative, yet civil, and includes a polished-stainless tailpipe tip.

Banks Ram-Air® Intake System 3.8L

3.8L 6-CYL: 2007-11 WRANGLER

Banks Ram-Air Intake System replaces the factory's flat panel filter with a large conical lifetime filter that provides maximum high-flow filtration. The Ram-Air's opening dwarfs the stock's inlet, and without the 90-degree detours that choke airflow and kill power. The huge inlet, enclosed housing and much larger tubing reduce restrictions, dramatically improving airflow to the cylinders.

The results are impressive: Banks Ram-Air outflows the stock intake by 73%, improving the Jeep's power and fuel economy. And Banks Ram-Air is designed to accommodate engine movement, which prevents component damage for reliable service life.

Monster® Exhaust, 3.8L

3.8L V-6: 2007-11 WRANGLER
Constructed entirely of heavy-gauge stainless steel, Banks Monster features a supersized, 2.5-inch tailpipe with a stainless tailpipe tip polished to a mirror finish—or choose the new black tip! Monster Muffler, Banks' straight-through performance muffler, is the industry's least restrictive, more than doubling the stock flow.

Monster virtually eliminates backpressure from the catalytic converter back, for more power and efficiency—and an authoritative, yet civil, exhaust note.

Includes: Stainless Monster muffler; Stainless 2.5" tailpipe; Polished chrome or black stainless tailpipe tip; Mounting hardware.

If you want to get technical, then yeah, the white Jeep below is a 3.6L, but the photos will still give you an idea of what a Banks tip would look like on your 3.8L.