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After researching different kinds of exhaust I finally decided to go with the dual Corsa exhaust rather than the borla, PYPES, or stainless works
Any feed back is most welcomed
 

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, I'm hating on you for sure:fight: as it is the BEST looking and sounding exhaust IMO for the Challenger!!!! Green with Envy.:bigthumb:
 

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Thanks oldman , It took a while for me to decide but overall I think I made the right choice
 

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I'm going to the muffler shop on Tuesday and as soon as its installed I'll post up a sound clip for you all
 

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I'm going to the muffler shop on Tuesday and as soon as its installed I'll post up a sound clip for you all
That would be kool thanks and congrats! :bigthumb:
 

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Pics would be nice, too! I'm saving my pennies for the Corsa myself. My flowmaster isn't cutting it. Good luck!
 

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yeah do that, pics as well. im looking into exhausts. trying to find something that sounds nice yet doesnt have the awful drone at highway speeds or tooling around.
 

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I thought you were getting it done Tuesday?
 

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Yeah I went to the muffler shop on Tuesday to see their prices and how much they would charge to have it installed , I'm also thinking of adding some low flow cut outs to it , but the prices aren't that much of a difference so I decided to buy them myself then taking them in to install the
 

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How much is it going to cost with install? This is something that I am looking at as well
 

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The Corsa 14443 cat-back runs around $1350 online, between $80-120 to install, $0 to do it yourself.
 

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Any update on the exhaust work omar?
 

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No, it was separate
The "X" pipe was a very wise choice, it will keep the back pressure where it should be to keep the exhaust balanced, and adds much more torque over the "Y". I also noticied the system is 2.25" which is perfect, the system is beatuiful, i love the tips. Good luck and enjoy!
 
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