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2015 SRT 392 Mid Muffler Deleted, lets talk resonator and tips. Thanks

So glad I listened to ViChris that was telling me not to listen to the people who were against mid-muffler deleted. Why? It sounds like a freaken beast now!! Mid Muffler delete made my car sound alive. A stock Scat Pack was sounding better next to my SRT 392 and I just could have that! Mine actually sounds better than a stock Hellcat now!

- Ok, here is the next question. The resonators in the back. Now that I have straight pipe in the middle I might want to change the resonators in the back and the tips need be. Is there a good or better solution out there than what is on there stock?
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Unless Dodge has changed something with the new models, you should have one of the best reso's designs. Usually the 392's have a straight through design. The 5.7 auto's have a reso with an internal J-pipe that basically kills the muscle car sound.

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If it sounds that nice then maybe just do new tips for a new look if you'd like.
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So glad I listened to ViChris that was telling me not to listen to the people who were against mid-muffler deleted. Why? It sounds like a freaken beast now!! Mid Muffler delete made my car sound alive. A stock Scat Pack was sounding better next to my SRT 392 and I just could have that! Mine actually sounds better than a stock Hellcat now!

- Ok, here is the next question. The resonators in the back. Now that I have straight pipe in the middle I might want to change the resonators in the back and the tips need be. Is there a good or better solution out there than what is on there stock?
I have straight pipes from the cats back. LOVE it!

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Cool!
*Update, after a couple days I hated the drone. I wish I wouldn't have deleted them, I put the factory mufflers back on and looking for a solution. Talking to my SRT Tech in the morning.
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You should have the same exhaust as a Scat Pack. I love how it sounds - check these clips out from a track day I went to the other day in my Scat Pack.


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*Update, after a couple days I hated the drone. I wish I wouldn't have deleted them, I put the factory mufflers back on and looking for a solution. Talking to my SRT Tech in the morning.
Are you still so happy you didn't listen to anyone's advice now?
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Are you still so happy you didn't listen to anyone's advice now?
Absolutely not. I wish I would have listen to everyone. I am not so prideful I cannot admit my mistakes. But I have never done anything noted in life by listening to people. I either make mistakes or discover something amazing and new in the process. This time it was a mistake. Since my exhaust is all botched up now I will probably go with Corsa or Mopar Performance once they come available.
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IMO Corsa is too raspy and doesn't belong on the challenger. It's more of a sports car sound. Every aftermarket exhaust system will have drone especially with an auto tranny. I've listened to both systems (Corsa and the 15 sp and srt) in person and I prefer the oe active exhaust. Save your money. You're exhaust is not botched up. Nobody looks under the car. But I gotta feeling you won't take our advice again. By the way the sp and srt exhaust sound the same.


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