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  1. Dodge Challenger SE/SXT Specific
    Okay, so I am SUPER knew to exhaust, but I really want my car to sound louder. I just have a few questions... So I have been looking at flowmaster super 44's. I can get the full cat back system for about $800, or i can just buy two mufflers for $90 each. I don't care about preformance, or MPG...
  2. Intake & Exhaust
    All, Need some assistance. I went to the muffler shop asking to install a system to improve overall sound of my 3.6L. I specifically told them I didn't want too loud, and did not want interior drone. He ended up reccamending retaining the "resonators" and installing Flowmaster 40 Deries...
  3. Performance Modifications
    I am searching places around me to do this. I've been getting quotes of around $450 to $500. Should I just let them use the glasspacks they have there or should I buy all the stuff -- and have them just do the labor? Any suggestions would be great. I'm in the Hollywood area by the way. Thank you.
  4. California
    I have an R/T and I want to get Flowmaster 40's and two 12 inch glass packs in place of the resonators. Any muffler shops you guys can recommend near Hollywood? Can I just take it to any reputable muffler shop? Also what the price for work like that? Thanks in advance!
  5. Intake & Exhaust
    Hey, I have a 2010 Dodge Challenger SE and have a dual exhaust system on it, specifically with Magnaflow mufflers. I have had it for about a year and a half now. I was however wanting a deeper "growl" to it. The system I currently have is more higher pitched and am attributing that to...
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