Performance ModificationsWant to talk about performance modifications for your Dodge Challenger? This is the forum for that. Anything from exhaust systems to power adders and everything in between. (Dodge Challenger Performance Modifications)
well a good majority of people will say ZOOMERS. i just put a magnaflow system on my car. i like it.. i like zoomers but the futter drove me nuts. jba sounds good but there system is kinda cheap.. i really liked stainless works.. they sound nice but i found on the kit for my car it had ALOT of smaller pcs of pipe.. to many clamps for my liking.
exhaust is like a clothing addiction to women. so many choices yet so hard to decide on lol.
one pc of advice i would give you. don't buy cheap.. unless you get a good deal like i did. they are spendy for a reason.. the fit on mine was great. had to do some tweaking but i think that is normal for most anything.
H&R springs, Speed logic front and rear adjustable end links, Speed logic adjustable front and rear sway bar, Speed logic carbon fiber CAI, Powder coated red 392 catch can with braided black lines, Niche 22x9 front and 22x10.5 rear rims. Magna-flow custom 3 inch exhaust with resonators deleted factory tips, Kicker 12 subs with Memphis 1000w mono amp, Custom tint.
If you want good sound with no drone, Corsa is the way to go. It's like the McLaren of exhausts, using only the finest materials, and special sound cancellation technology that eliminates drone. They are, however priced accordingly. All other exhausts may each have their own pluses and minuses, but the reality is that Corsa is the best. It's also available as a Mopar branded unit, with the sole difference of having a Mopar logo on the tip for a slight upcharge of only $400.
2012 Challenger SRT8 392 - "Roxy"
WP3 20" SRT Design Wheels
245/45ZR20, 255/45ZR20 Goodyear F1 Tires
730N with Navigation
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