Edge Releases Jammer Diesel Exhaust Systems

New from Edge – the Jammer Diesel Exhaust Systems. These mandrel bent stainless steel exhaust systems are built to maximize exhaust flow for more horsepower and torque. See more details below.

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A good diesel exhaust system offers you sound, quality, and performance. With the all-new Edge Jammer exhaust does all that with the one design for your truck. Don’t wonder if the cheaper solutions like aluminized metals are right for you. The new Jammer exhaust is 100% Stainless Steel for longevity of your truck. For all out power, towing improvements, better throttle response, and improved mileage Edge’s Jammer exhaust system gives your truck that extra improve you need.

Jammer exhaust was designed to minimize backpressure giving your motor more clean air. By reducing back pressure you allow the hot air to escape faster reducing exhaust gas temperatures and keep the motor running more efficient.

New quality design with Mandrel bends for easy clean install make the Jammer exhaust a breeze to install. Looking for the ultimate package? Add an Edge performance product and Jammer Cold-Air intake to your truck for the perfect performance bundle. Stage 2 Performance kits include the Evolution, Intake, and Exhaust saving you money over buying all three parts separately. Stay tuned for more info on Stage 2 Kits.

If you need any help on finding out what is right for you give our experts a call at 888-360-3343. Edge offers best-in-class performance electronics, performance exhaust systems, and performance intakes to meet the need of any customer.


  • Jammer Exhaust System
  • 4″ to 5″ Chrome Tailpipe
  • Constructed of Mandrel Bent Stainless Steel
  • Dramatically Decreases Backpressure
  • Reduces Exhaust Gas Temps
  • Intensely Improves Flow
  • Maximizes Airflow
  • Single Side Exit Chrome Rolled Edge Tip
  • Large Chamber Muffler Cuts Out Drone

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Chris McWilliams grew up watching his dad race go-karts around his Southern Indiana home and started racing junior dragsters when he was 10 years old. Chris drove a UMP Mini Stock for two seasons until he totaled his racecar in an accident at Western Kentucky Speedway. He is currently a college student at Oakland City University working on a degree to pay the bills for his dirt racing addiction.
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