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All for R/T (6-speed for the exhaust)

Flowmaster American Thunder kit (reuses factory tips): Great kit, sounds amazing and is all stainless steel. Has been on car for about 5 months. 400 OBO

K&N CAI Kit: No surprises. Standard K&N kit. 150 OBO

MOPAR Car Cover: Cover from dealer. "Challenger" embroidered on front hood area. 1 under car tie down. Elastic on all corners. Fits like a glove and is in good shape. 150 OBO
 

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The Cover and Tuner are sold... Still have:

Flowmaster American Thunder kit... all stainless steel. New cost around 700... I'll take 350.

K&N... Basic cold air intake kit. Will take 100.
 

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The Cover and Tuner are sold... Still have:

Flowmaster American Thunder kit... all stainless steel. New cost around 700... I'll take 350.

K&N... Basic cold air intake kit. Will take 100.
zip code for exhaust? for long tubes or stock manifolds?
 

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The exhaust is in Maryland. zip is 21851. It is for stock manifold. Honestly, i've heard quite a few different kits in person and this kit sounds as good or better than most of the high dollar stuff. Has great crack when u let the throttle come down, good and loud WOT and easy to live with on the highway. If I still had the car, I wouldn't be selling.
 

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Pics of K&N?? Interested!
 
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