Monster virtually eliminates backpressure from the catalytic converter back, for more power and efficiency; and an authoritative, yet civil, exhaust note. For maximum results, combine with Banks TorqueTube® system.
¼" & 3/8" Drive Extensions, Ratchets & Sockets
Inch & Metric Combination Wrenches
in-lb & ft-lb Torque Wrenches
Monster Muffler Assembly
Tailpipe Turndown Tip
(2) 2½" Clamps
(2) 10-1.50 Serrated Nuts
(2) Banks Power Decals
Product Registration Card
- Color: Chrome or Black
- Type: Stainless
Jeep Wrangler (TJ)
- 2006 Jeep Wrangler (TJ)
- 2005 Jeep Wrangler (TJ)
- 2004 Jeep Wrangler (TJ)
Gale Banks Engineering Monster Exhaust Options
|Part Number||Catalog #||Option||Price|
|51314||17603.603||Chrome Exhaust Tip||$239.00|
|51314-B||17603.6031||Black Exhaust Tip||$239.00|
Customer Submitted Photos
Gale Banks Engineering Monster Exhaust Reviews
just finished up with this installation on my 06 TJ with the 2.4 Mopar 4 cylinder, installation was just as the directions read,it sounds great not like a fart pipe on a civic, just wanted to let guys know that have the 2.4 from 04-06 this kit will work perfectly ..
Super easy to install! Everything lined up perfectly. You will need to paint pipes will VHT paint. I used silver and looks fantastic. The muffler is stainless- no need to paint.
Sounds awesome not too loud but growls like a wolf.
Purchased this product for my 2004 TJ. Installation was a breeze! Literally took less than 30 minutes to install. No need to drop the skid plate as long as you have a long enough extension for your socket. Everything lined back up perfectly. Sound quality is great. Super quiet during idling and cruising, but great sound when accelerating. Performance has definitely improved since I installed this system. Gas mileage has increased a solid 4 mpg, but I also have the Banks Ram Air Intake system installed as well. I had originally ordered the Dynomax system but found out it was on backorder. Definitely glad it was, because I am extremely happy with the Banks system. Highly recommend this Banks cat-back system.