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2017 Dodge Challenger SXT 3.6L Straight Pipe/Glass Packs v Cat-back system
I have been wanting a louder and more aggressive sound from my challenger. I’m not trying to make it sound like a V8 but I want something that sounds better on start up, idle, and driving by. I have three ideas in mind:
1. Doing straight pipes from the cats to exhaust tips
2. Straight piping the resonators and swapping the mid mufflers with glass packs (specifically cherrybombs)
3. Doing a complete cat-back exhaust system (not my preferred method simply because of the cost to do it)
Along with doing a straight pipes I have heard some people complaining about drone sound in the cabin, but not from everyone, so I figured that might be a slight error in the work done.
Does anyone know a way to help without being told to trade my car in for an RT or HEMI.
Any info greatly helps.