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Question: if I bought a Flowmaster Super 44 with 2.5" offset inlet/outlet, would a shop be able to replace it for the stock exhaust without buying the entire Force 2 system? If so is this the correct part? http://www.summitracing.com/parts/FLO-942548/
 

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Great! Thanks for the reply.
 

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Let us all know how it works out!
 

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Any muffler shop should be able to weld in any muffler of your choice in place of the stock ones. So to answer your question, yes.
 

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it is auto is 2.25 if is 6 speed is 2.5 the diameter.. but any muffler shop can swap them no problem.. i did on mine.. the best muffler money can buy :) last forever and sounds awesome!
 

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It is a 2011 Challenger R/T, automatic. Also, did you remove your resonators? Thanks for the replies everyone you guys are great!
 

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It is a 2011 Challenger R/T, automatic. Also, did you remove your resonators? Thanks for the replies everyone you guys are great!
I would start by installing magnaflow 11366 mufflers in place of the resonators, because the mufflers are a open straight through design that flow good. The resonators are the restrictive part in the exhaust system. I installed the Magnaflow axle back kit, and it sounds great with no drone at all.
 
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It is a 2011 Challenger R/T, automatic. Also, did you remove your resonators? Thanks for the replies everyone you guys are great!
out with the old... (well technically 8k miles lol)


in with the new





3" pipe.. i would not recommend it because you loose some power...

videos.. before
http://youtu.be/yOksQr4PhZQ

after
http://youtu.be/rAZMIAoOp18?list=UUYo8_h1vk_3sFYdsVgcc4KA

http://youtu.be/qgJKwlib4t4
drive by

http://youtu.be/1skXfpCAqwAhttp://youtu.be/1skXfpCAqwA
 

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flowmasters series 40 part number 43043 in 3" out 3" the only reason i did 3" pipe all the way is because my future plans call for a 426ci hemi :) .. its just taking more than i thought lol.. but i feel i lost some power with the 3" piping.
 

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You can never go wrong with flowmasters just make sure you remove those resonators
 

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I went with 4X9 Flowmasters in place of the resonators, axle back, dual round tips, sounds and looks great. There is a slight increase in cabin noise but I like it :D
 

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UPDATE:

I had the Super 44's put on in place of the stock muffler, did not remove the resonators. Got a deeper tone and slightly increased volume, but not quite as much as I was hoping for. The problem I'm finding is toeing the line between too much and not enough. Are there different resonators that I could replace the stock one with to get another moderate increase? Thanks for the help and interest!

Austin
 
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