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Old 08-28-2012, 11:50 AM
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Solo Performance Mach X3 installed

After much research and numerous sound bites, I decided on the Solo Performance Mach X3 exhaust system for my 2012 Challenger SRT8. The sound tone was exactly what I was looking for and at a very good price. I ordered directly from Solo and their customer service is awesome. Got delivered to me in perfect condition in two boxes.
The exhaust sounds amazing. It has that louder, deeper sound I was wanting and zero drone on the way home.
Was very cool to give Steve from Solo Performance a call during the install process with a few questions.
I'm working on getting a sound clip but here is a pic of the tips.

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Old 08-28-2012, 12:08 PM
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Glad you found the sound you wanted. Solo is up there as one of my favorites. Hope you enjoy it.

BTW, your tips are crooked, but not by much.
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Those tips are amazing
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Those tips are amazing
I'd buy that for a dollar!!! ARGHHHH
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BTW, your tips are crooked.
They always do! Something about these cars makes it borderline to make the tips look perfectly straight at every angle. The exhaust looks sweet thought! Looking forward to hearing the clip!
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The tips are actually not that bad in person. Solo does each one individually by hand so that is where the inconsistency comes in. They are not perfect but not bad at all. I was considering going with the kit that didn't include tips but it was only like $30 less so I figure I'd go with their tips, which are better than stock. This gives me the option to go with different tips later without wasting too much money.
Anyways, the sound is what I really like. It was a close decision on these versus the zoomers, both sound extremely good but I went with the Mach X3s.
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i can't wait to hear how they sound on your 392.

freaking Solo Mach3 is literally one of my favorite exhaust setups for any HEMI equipped Challenger.....
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Danger1 - I can fully understand how much you like your new system....
but be patient. Like a fine wine, it only gets better with age. I am still amazed at how many different personalities my system has. WOT is definitely a different animal from 3,000 - 3,500 rpm at say 50% throttle.
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Danger1 - I can fully understand how much you like your new system....
but be patient. Like a fine wine, it only gets better with age. I am still amazed at how many different personalities my system has. WOT is definitely a different animal from 3,000 - 3,500 rpm at say 50% throttle.
Yes, that's what the great thing is as right now it sounds amazing and it will only get better. Super cool.

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Congratulations!! You're gonna love it! I ride with my windows cracked most of the time just so i can hear the sound better!!
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