I am on the fence about long tubes with or without cats, catless mids, or just leave it alone. I will be installing a Procharger on my stock 2015 SRT 392 so not looking to be a 9 million HP street car but would like to get the most I can reliably on a 6 psi stock 392. First, just how bad is the gas smell. I had no cats on my cammed 2013 Ram 1500 and it was fine. My challenger is also a school bus and don't want my kid to smell like gas all day nor trash the interior. I am in SWFL so AC is always on. If the windows are up all the time, how much will really sneak in? I like the idea of catless mids so I can have the second O2 port for my wideband, a little less restriction, a little more noise, easy install in my driveway and be able to put everything back to stock if I chose to get rid of the car at a later date. Long tubes I know will give me more power but not sure there is enough to gain to install long tubes for the cost especially if I have to add green cats because of FI. Can some of the idle raw fuel be tuned out if I drop the cats? I assume the factory 392 cats are the same as the Hellcats so I assume they would be fine with the power level I will be running. Anyone running catless mids and regret that decision?