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Just wondering if the only difference between the R/T Auto tranny exhaust and the 6-speed is the 6-speed's smaller bottle mufflers as opposed to the auto's large "suitcase" muffler? The reason I ask is that I'm considering going with the Solo Performance Mach X exhaust for my R/T (auto tranny) but their clips only show 6-speeds. Is it true that two Challengers (one auto and one stick) fitted with identical catback exhausts will sound identical?

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The entire system is smaller, auto is like 2.25 and manual is 2.5
Edit: sorry from the cats back its smaller, youll be good with the 6-speed catback though.
 

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I have an auto too and installing this exhaust tomorrow morning. I will post up some pics and video in the next couple days. I am looking forward to hearing it too.
 

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I have an auto too and installing this exhaust tomorrow morning. I will post up some pics and video in the next couple days. I am looking forward to hearing it too.
Thanks man! I'm dying to hear this as soon as I can so I can get in under the group buy deadline.
 

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Just wondering if the only difference between the R/T Auto tranny exhaust and the 6-speed is the 6-speed's smaller bottle mufflers as opposed to the auto's large "suitcase" muffler? The reason I ask is that I'm considering going with the Solo Performance Mach X exhaust for my R/T (auto tranny) but their clips only show 6-speeds. Is it true that two Challengers (one auto and one stick) fitted with identical catback exhausts will sound identical?

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The difference is to cut drown on the interior drone for the Automatic when it goes into DOD.

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Don
JDP Motorsports
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