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Exhaust advice appreciated

Hey guys, Im new to the forum and just got a 2015 sxt and it's just to quiet. I was thinking about getting a flowmaster american thunder system. Ive read about people replacing the mufflers and just doing straight piping but it seems like there is alot of drone from inside with doing that. Imo the flowmaster has a Nice middling sound and they arent to expensive. My local shop qouted me 300-400 to swap the system out. My question is since the exhaust system is vehicle specific would I have to change anything else on the vehicle at the shop or is it just a straight swap? Thanks!
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Welcome to Challengertalk. Since the system is specific to your year/engine. it will swap right in. All hangers in the same place, just clamps on slip fit connectors. Instructions:

https://documents.holley.com/817737.pdf

I must say $300-$400 is steep. While I got a great deal when my Solo exhaust was installed ($75), I'd think $200 max. It is indeed unbolt old, bolt new. If you have jack stands and hand tools, you could do it, it's that easy. With a lift, the shop would probably take an hour max

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