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I recently got a 2015 challenger r/t plus and have been looking at different options to switch up the exhaust from glasspacks to whole cat-back exhaust systems to muffler deletes. What is the least expensive way for me to get a little bit deeper and louder sound from my car? thanks for the help
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I went with the Solo X Pipe system!
Solo Performance X Pipe Review!! https://www.challengertalk.com/forum...d.php?t=468746
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Welcome to the forum! Here is a comparison I did with different configurations on my 2015 RT+ between corsa extreme and long tube headers.


BTW if you have a 5.7, make sure your sound comparisons are from a 5.7 and not a 6.4.

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2015 Challenger RT+ (non-STP)
8lb Magnuson w/ Innovate PSB-1 wideband/boost/shift light gauge
Corsa extreme (2.5")
4" Aluminum one-piece driveshaft
Hellcat bottom airbox
Stainless Works LT headers (2" primaries)
Barton shifter assembly w/ Lou's short shaft and Speed Dawg knob
Comp Cam 7929 & 7748 push rods (gives slightly more lifter preload)
A2speed aluminum coil and valve covers (built in catchcan)

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