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    Side exit exhaust...

    I have been wanting to put side exit exhaust on my 06 Daytona. Currently has American Thunder catbacks, but I was curious if anyone has done this, and if there is any benefit such as reducing the drone?

    I can do it so it is cut outs or all of the time. Any help in this area would be awesome!

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    Ive seen a challenger with them. Not sure how much that helps?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UpInSmoke View Post
    Ive seen a challenger with them. Not sure how much that helps?!
    I saw one too, but only pictures, and couldn't find anything else...hence why I am asking, lol

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    Side exit exhaust...

    I did a custom setup on my Challenger that was like that. It was all straight (oval) piping. I tried to mimic the old 70’ t/a. It was LOUD, scared the **** outta people. I loved it but got rid of it when I tried to drop weight for the track.
    I had longtubes to no cat mids, put a oval cut out plate welded to the middle of the mids, ran oval straight pipe all the way back to the front of the rear tire then made a exit at 45°. Capped off the mid pipes. No drone or resonance in cabin but it was loud in the cabin cruising. Miss the look sometimes. Some old pictures but you can see it in front of the rear tire in these. Cost me like $100 in materials and an exhaust shop charged like $80 to do what I wanted.


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    Thanks! That actually helps a lot, I am thinking about flanging it and making 2 pieces, 1 with muffle for city driving, one open for racing! Although loud never bothered me, just drone.

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    not sure what you have motor wise but since you stated that you race it. You need to think about taile pipe placement in case you lift a head. If you lift a head and have tail pipe aimed infront of the rears tires, could cause a nasty wreck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBL.DWN View Post
    not sure what you have motor wise but since you stated that you race it. You need to think about taile pipe placement in case you lift a head. If you lift a head and have tail pipe aimed infront of the rears tires, could cause a nasty wreck.
    Stock with a tune...not too worried about that, but I will make sure to keep that in mind when placing the side exits.

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