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Old 12-08-2012, 12:23 PM
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Sorry for replying so late, was busy with other things in life. SO the drone in the car is still there but very little compared to before without the glasspacks and only magnaflows there. Earlier the drone uszed to be between 2k-3.5k rpm. Now its range has cut down from around 1.8k-2.6k rpm on first and second gear and a very sweet hmm on higher gears. Also it sounds very awesome while flooring it. DOn't remember the part no. for magnaflow's now and neither the glasspacks. But thats my setup right there and i am loving it. I tried making a video but it doesn't do any justice to it. i will see if i can capture the sound with something better.
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Sorry for double post but here is a video of my setup.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZai...e_gdata_player

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Thanks Nav! I appreciate the video!
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I have glass packs as well...But they are located right near the exhaust tips.
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I have glass packs as well...But they are located right near the exhaust tips.
How does it sound with the glass packs near the tips? Does it still sound stock? Do you have any drone?
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How does it sound with the glass packs near the tips? Does it still sound stock? Do you have any drone?
There is drone but I do not mind it, I guess its not that bad to where it annoys me and I feel I have to remove them. Ive actually never thought about removing them since I wanted my Challenger to sound as aggressive as possible.
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Originally Posted by jeff1062 View Post
this is what i did left the stock mufflers on.thinking of putting glass packs where they were
Jeff1062, do you have any drone with your setup leaving the stock mufflers and replacing the resonators with the magnaflow mufflers? Hows the sound? Any performance gain or loss?
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i like the sound i wanted a deep tone with the s/s mangaflows i think i got that.i tried the flowmasters also they had a higher pitch that i didn't like.some drone but that comes with changing to any exhaust not annoying because they're under the trunk area not under my seat (seems like you can't have one without the other)performance?wasn't looking to increase or decrease that(it is a v6) the car looks fast just wanted a little more sound maybe down the road i'll think about putting glasspacks where the stock mufflers are but i don't want it too loud i attached a video from my iphone in the one stop shopping sticky
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