Corsa sounds awesome I just wanted louder...Zoomers would have been a great choice but I didn't want to spend $1200 on exhaust.
I personally love the Flowmaster sound...I tried Magnaflow once before on a SRT Charger and like the sound a lot but too quiet for me. I feel like, being that they have been around so long, the "Flowmaster sound" is very classic muscle car. Could say the same about Zoomer sound as it has that slight glass pack rasp to it...but I prefer the Flowmaster tone personally. To each his own...I think you would have a hard time making this car or a Hemi for that matter sound BAD...
__________________ 2012 Challenger SRT8 392 M6 - 502 whp Show: Tint - black: hood, spoiler, door handles, mirrors - Mopar short shifter GO: Flowmaster catback - Trinity custom tune - catch can - Nitto Invo 315/35 rear on MT SC-5 wheels 20x10.5 rear, RE front & rear strut tower brace - LMI CAI - 180 degree T-stat - Mopar lowering springs - Eibach sway bars - ARH LT headers - MM ported heads - API 90mm tb - ported intake manifold - 274 Comp cam Next: API forged 426 stroker, D1 ProCharger 10-12 lbs
What is the difference between a 40 series and a 50 series muffler? The 50 series(moderate to mild) incorporates an internal tuning chamber that helps reduce interior sound level in the cab area of your vehicle, and provides a slightly milder exterior tone than the 40 series. The 40 series(aggressive) will generally resonate or “drone” inside the vehicle, around 1800-2000 rpm and again, around 2400-2600 rpm. The performance characteristics of the 40 and 50 series are the same, so it’s simply “a sound decision.
I agree on the flow masters i have the super 40`s the drone some times is an issue if im sport driving i wanna hear it but if im with the family driving attempting to talk its annoying I like the corsa extreme but i heard the slp loudmouth and Oh My!
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