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looking for something a little louder

I have a 2015 challenger rt 5.7. Ive done the mid muffler delete and its just not quite loud enough for me. What are some other options I could do increase its rumble I want that sound of a classic muscle car but nothing to were every time I drive it I'm going to pulled over. and its over whelming in the cab
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Two words for you: Jones Full Boar Flow Deflector Performance mufflers

Okay maybe more than two...anyway, rather than type it up all over again, I’ll just link to my last post on this topic:

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Have used a Flowmaster American Thunder exhaust on my '12 R/T(w/manual trans)with great success for the last 6 years. 40 series mufflers have a healthy bark when you hit the loud pedal, but not obnoxious at all when cruising at 75 mph.


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2012 Challenger R/T w/5.7 6M trans, K&N CAI, Flowmaster American Thunder exhaust.
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Two words for you: Jones Full Boar Flow Deflector Performance mufflers

Okay maybe more than two...anyway, rather than type it up all over again, I’ll just link to my last post on this topic:

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In stead of the Jones full Boar, go with the original Aero Turbine they flow better then the Jones ones. I have had both.
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Needs some help on a exhaust decision

I’ve got 15 challenger 5.7 automatic. I’ve done the mid muffler delete and it sounds good but it’s not quite loud enough. I’m torn between Flowmaster American thunder and corsa xtreme.
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If mid muffler delete isn’t loud enough then the only thing you’ll be truly happy with is to get rid of the rear resonators and go full straight pipe and if that happens to be to loud for you then place two flowmaster outlaw mufflers in place of the mid mufflers with no resonators, rust me on this one. Ive owned a 5.7 and now on my second 6.4. Ive tried so many exhaust options on all of them and the above recommendations were the best sounding.
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I don’t want to redneck it out and go straight pipes. The mid muffler delete isn’t too much louder than the stock. You suggest taking resonators off and putting mufflers where the resonators are
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I have Zoomers exhaust on my Challenger. The way I explain the sound is old school rumble, which is exactly what I was looking for. I was going back and forth between Zoomers and Borla Atak, while I liked how loud the Atak was, it just did not have the sound I was looking for. Zoomers at start up has a nice rumble and then quiets down a bit. At idle I would compare it to just above stock which I really like. Cruising around town is great it does not have what I would consider drone. But when you get on the gas it certainly will turn heads.

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Black Widow Exhaust isn't bad. Go out and get the aptly named Neighbor Haters lol. That will be what I purchase.

https://blackwidowexhaust.com/muffle...lers-c22449053
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I’ve got 15 challenger 5.7 automatic. I’ve done the mid muffler delete and it sounds good but it’s not quite loud enough. I’m torn between Flowmaster American thunder and corsa xtreme.
I also have a 5.7 Automatic....14 RT Shaker...and went with the Corsa Extreme....ZERO drone, but not real loud and expensive as hell...but it turned out perfect for me. If you get one...be patient...it takes about 500-700 miles of driving before the "real sound" breaks in...I complained long and loud when I first got it installed....and then one day...it started humming perfectly...I believe around 600 miles after install

I researched for a LONG time before I went with Corsa...I could not live with one bit of drone..and this was the only one I found that I could trust in that area....Of course this was 5 years ago...so maybe there are other out there today..

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