Looking for a good cat back system, with a nice rumble at idle to let other cars know its a HEMI . Also looking for a good HP gain. Doesn't have to be the best of the best or the most expensive since my engine is mostly stock. I have heard a borla cat back but it was on a highly modified Jeep SRT8 and I personally have used the flowmasters on a past mustang.
Lets hear some of your thoughts
85 mm Throttle Body, CAI, DMH Low Profile Cutouts, Mopar catback exhaust, Diablo Trinity - Tuned by Jerseyboy, Smoked Corner Lenses, Hotchkis Front Sway Bar, 180 Thermastat, Smoked LED Tail Lights, HID Low Beams, HID fogs, Innovate AFR Gauge, Halos, Custom Badges
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I am a firm believer in Flowmaster. I installed the Flowmaster cat-back on my Magnum R/T, and I love it. Has a nice mellow rumble at low speeds, but barks pretty good under power. I got mine from Performance Peddler for cheap.
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borla exhaust is the way to go. I get compliments all the time for how good it sounds.
Bob in Ocala, Florida (a 73 year old guy who loves cars), 05' Magnum RT. Many mod's, all of Danko Products and a few from 402 Motoring.
Have owned my share of 12 & 13 second cars, am happy now with my stock RT.
Sounds real good. I like that a lot
I got the Pypes RacePro catback and I love the deep rumble, the price($500), the 4" rolled tips, and its stainless steel
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I got the stainless steel JBA catback with x-pipe and 3-1/2 chrome tips for under $600 shipped from Maryland speed and I love them. I always get people asking me what exhaust I have.
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A member contacted me about the borla build mopar catback. I figured i would give it a shot. Should be here this week ill post the results. Anyone else have this exhaust
i put the borla atak on my srt and couldnt be happier
I started out with Flowmasters, thought they were pretty crude sounding and then switched to the Borla with the 112 mm tips and resonators, that sounded very nice,almost like a European car, then finally did the Borla system with no resonators and 125 howitzer tips. Pretty incredible to me, lots of comments, unfortunately have been pulled over by the police a few times, but no ticket, yet! I think the long tube headers and gutted cats really give it an old school muscle car sound. I parked at a car show and a Ford GT parked beside me, people came over to me and said my car sounded fantastic, better than the Ford GT , I had to agree!
Rockinsrt8's CocoBolo Pistol Grip Shifter, Gina's Orange R/T Leather Console Cover, BT pedal covers, FRI Sidewinder cam, Dynatec Headers , gutted cats , Borla125 Catback, Air Hammer,TDP - CMR tune, Pedders bushings, Police Pack Oil Cooler, SRT 8 Struts and Nivo's ,Hotchkis sway bars, 260,000 miles, 20" CSRT8 Forged Alcoas, 275/40/20 Ventus ST's , 1/8th mile 7.707 sec /90.19 mph -- 05 QC4X4 Ram 185,000 mi . Never Trust a Fart
How about Flowmaster's American Thunder catback?
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Not sure how it is where you live, but in my area everyone that has an aftermarket exhaust has flowmasters, be it a charger, mustang, or camaro. To me they sound like they belong on a pick up. I have the borla 125's and get compliments regularly. Not a pseudo-euro sound like corsa and not as crude as flows, just a tuned muscular sound.
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I was under the impression that both JBA and flowmasters you have drone. Personally i love my Zoomers and while i got them on a 25% off sale they are still pricey
But they look great and have a nice rumble
Surprised nobody has said SLP which seem to be popular
2008 Charger R/T
Aria CAI, Diablo Predator, Moroso Catch Can, Modern Muscle TB, Jet 180 T-Stat, Zoomers Catback, Moroso PS Tank, Speedlogix braided lines, lots of Billet tech stuff
In the 80's, I had Dodge W150 with a BDS supercharged 440. For carburetion, I used a pair of Predator variable venturi carburetors. The truck was originally fired up and driven with stainless Sonic Turbo mufflers. The 440 destroyed them pretty quickly, and I replaced them with a custom built pair of stainless steel Flowmaster mufflers. After installing them, the engine flat would not run until I richened the Predator's up; the flow through the exhaust changed that much. Ever since then, I've been a sworn Flowmaster customer. I also, personally, like the tone of the Flowmaster's. I do have the resonator system on my Maggie, though.
Bought from a member and just finished installing the mopar system. All info i found on it points that borla designed and made it but stamped mopar on it. Sounds good but in the future i want it louder. Thanks for all the replys. Think i stay with this for a starter system and save for true borla adjustable cat back kooks LT headers and cut outs