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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 02:46 PM
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RIPP Superchargers just released a new exhaust for the Challengers and Chargers. Costs about 1200 but I imagine its the one of the best quality exhaust systems for the V6 Challengers.

I have the Solo Performance kit on mine and it sounds pretty good and incredibly good considering it only costs around $800.

Someday I think I will upgrade to the RIPP after I start seeing more videos released of it and I'll probably do this around the same time I supercharge the car.
Just do what I've done, you get the best of both worlds then. Honestly it sounds really good with the mid mufflers with j pipe bypass on it. Really throaty and screams nicely with a tone to it at 3k rpm and above.

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RIPP Superchargers just released a new exhaust for the Challengers and Chargers. Costs about 1200 but I imagine its the one of the best quality exhaust systems for the V6 Challengers.

I have the Solo Performance kit on mine and it sounds pretty good and incredibly good considering it only costs around $800.

Someday I think I will upgrade to the RIPP after I start seeing more videos released of it and I'll probably do this around the same time I supercharge the car.
It does sound good, but the price...I won't be switching, lol


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I don't like the Ripp sound at all, to me it definitely has a robotic fake sound to the exhaust. I forgot to record footage of my Solo Performance set, ill do it tomorrow. It sounds great im so glad i spent that money.
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Last month i got Borla atak 140650 for my sxt 2015 and i love it and no drone.When you push pedal between 2,3 Rpm it sounds like a crazy.
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