2007 Charger R/T with Dynomax Bullets - Exhaust Sounds Outside, Inside, and Driving
In response to many questions, here are the links to the parts I used for this Exhaust:
Labor at my muffler shop was $150. So, all in all, not very expensive. This is my poor man's version of the SLP loudmouth setup.
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Got bored so I made a video. Towards the end of the vid, I zoomed in but then forgot to zoom out so it sort of looks like I'm moving in slow motion there at the end.
Completely Stock except for Dynomax Bullets replacing the Suitcase and 4.5" Polished Tips out back. You can hear the MDS tone pretty well when I turn off onto the side road towards the end of the video.
Dodge Charger Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust Install
Installation of a Flowmaster Stainless Steel Force II Cat-back Exhaust system on a 2008 Dodge Charger V6. This Flowmaster Force II Cat-back Exhaust features a dual muffler, dual resonated tailpipes and dual stainless tips to help increase fuel mileage, increase power and give your car a great sound. After installation of the Exhaust, torque gains are seen through 4,000 to 5,000 RPMs, and the Charger saw an even gain in horsepower.
The Flowmaster Force II Cat-back Exhaust System is available here: http://www.summitracing.com/search/Department/Exhaust/Part-Type/Exhaust-Systems/Brand/Flowmaster/Product-Line/Flowmaster-Stainless-Steel-Force-II-Exhaust-Systems/?autoview=SKU
07 Dodge Charger R/T exhaust with butterfly muffler deleted
As title says, 2007 Dodge Charger RT with the "butterfly" muffler deleted. Its the big one close to the rear end. NOT THE RESONATORS BEHIND THE TIPS, THE BIG ONE BEFORE THAT. I recommend it if you want a nice sound thats quiet at idle but rumbles up high. Its a cheap procedure too. Revs in the video were all under 4k rpm's. Interior noise is minimal. Car is otherwise completely stock.