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Rage. Amplified. Presenting The Best Sounding Exhausts on the Planet™ for the ‘15+ Dodge Challenger 392/Hellcat/Hellcat Redeye/Demon , available now via AWEatHPP.com and AWEMopar.com:
  • Proudly designed, engineered, and manufactured at AWE in the USA
  • Engineered with clearances to accommodate larger, aftermarket driveshafts and differentials
  • Challenger 392: Max gains of 15 hp and 12 ft-lbs of torque at the wheels
  • Challenger Hellcat: Max gains of 10 hp and 9 ft-lbs of torque at the wheels
  • Challenger Hellcat Redeye: Max gains of 7 hp and 17 ft-lbs of torque at the wheels
  • Available as sophisticated Touring Edition and unruly Track Edition
  • Touring Edition features patented drone-canceling 180 Technology®, engineered perfectly for the 6.4L NA and 6.2L SC.
  • Precision-engineered H-pipe featured in all versions for a deep, rich tone
  • Handcrafted from full 3” CNC mandrel-bent, U.S.-sourced .065” wall T304L stainless steel
  • Touring Edition available as resonated for drivers equipped with aftermarket headers
  • Less is more: clean, straight-through design maximizes performance
  • Direct bolt-on for factory-like simplicity
  • Engineered with clearances to accommodate larger, aftermarket driveshafts and differentials
  • Tip options include OE, and dual 4.5” slash cut tips in chrome silver or diamond black
  • Perfect fitment guaranteed
  • AWE No CEL guarantee
  • Lifetime warranty (one year on tip finishes)
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Touring Edition Exhaust



The Touring Edition is a full 3” straight-through stainless steel catback configuration capable of delivering optimal power while remaining drone-free throughout the entire rev range. Featuring a precision-engineered H-pipe and AWE’s patented drone-canceling solution, 180 Technology®, the Touring Edition delivers deep, rich exhaust notes that coax you to redline.

Catering to the feigns of big power, the Touring Edition features engineered provisions to accommodate larger, high performance driveshafts and differentials.





Perfect tone, compliments of AWE 180 Technology®.

As exhaust gases exit the 6.2L and 6.4L engines and flow into an AWE 180 Technology® equipped resonator, they pass through strategically located ports, and into reflection chambers. Sound waves, carried by these exhaust gasses, bounce off the walls of the reflection chambers. By controlling the size and location of the ports and the chambers, we also control when the sound waves exit the chambers. The specific timing of when the reflected sound waves rejoin the main exhaust flow creates a one-hundred-and-eighty-degree out-of-phase sound wave that cancels out problematic frequencies. More on AWE 180 Technology® in the tab above.


Important fitment notes:

The Touring Edition Exhaust is available as non-resonated or resonated. We recommend the non-resonated variant for vehicles equipped with the factory headers. If your Challenger is equipped with aftermarket headers, we recommend going resonated. Have stock headers but planning to go aftermarket later? No worries, you can swap in the resonated mid sections with ease via an AWE Resonator Conversion Kit. Hit us here if you’re in need of this conversion kit.

Track Edition Exhaust


For those who like it raw and rowdy, the Track Edition is for you. The Track Edition shares the same integrated H-pipe and precision engineering as its Touring Edition counterpart, minus AWE’s patented drone-canceling solution, 180 Technology®.

In place of the 180 Technology® resonator in the rear lies a Track Edition straight section. As a result, this version is known to get (really) rowdy in mid range acceleration and deceleration, and may be too much for many. Due to this reason, AWE Track Edition Exhausts cannot be returned based on sound preference. You’ve been warned.





Conversion kits:

We made it easy to convert between Track and Touring Editions if you decide at a later date to change your volume.

Tip Options:

The Touring and Track Edition Exhausts are available with quad 4” double-walled slash-cut tips in either diamond black or chrome silver, as well as fitments to retain the OEM tips.








What’s in the box?

Complete Touring or Track Edition Exhaust, four 4” slash-cut tips in desired finish (if applicable), and all necessary hardware for installation.


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Question...was the tune in the after dyno runs modified? I assume so because the AES is deleted, no?
Tune? The car is stock in both runs aside from the exhaust. We have valve plates that allow the valve motors to work as they should. No need for a tune. :cool:
 

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Just recorded the last of the bunch yesterday! 5.7 configurations are slated to be available next month.
Will they be available in pipes sizes other than 2.5"? Reason I ask is I have headers an my mid pipes support 2.5", 2.75" and 3" diameter cat back systems. Right now I run a corsa extreme and it is a little too quiet for my taste. I have swapped out the mid mufflers with straight pipe but then it makes the system sound trumpety, for lack of a better work. I want a system that is like the scats but without the exhaust valve set-up....and I want round tips. Lol, can't believe I am considering yet another catback system. What next hoarding TP...oh wait.
 

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I want to hear just the "H" pipe with turn downs. :D
You can keep the mufflers back. :devilish:
I bet it sounds good with shorty headers and catted mids, probably better with long tubes.
Truth be told I preferred the stock H-pipe tone at on my 5.7 even the X-pipe supposedly is better at scavenging. The corsa is a nice set-up but even the extreme is not enough...but they sure don't drone. My experience with taking off the mid-mufflers is that any type of chamber under the cabin results in a lot more cabin noise but if there is straight pipe it moves all that rumble to the back of the car. I was thinking of getting a stock 2018 system and wiring up the active exhaust but honestly, I don't want another electronic component that can potentially fail.
 

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Truth be told I preferred the stock H-pipe tone at on my 5.7 even the X-pipe supposedly is better at scavenging. The corsa is a nice set-up but even the extreme is not enough...but they sure don't drone.
How did you get an "H" pipe? Both designs work equally well. If back pressure builds in 1 side of the pipe the exhaust pulse goes to the side of least resistance. It would be less of an issue if we had flat plane cranks but then our V8s would sound like a Ferrari instead of a muscle car.
 

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Truth be told I preferred the stock H-pipe tone at on my 5.7 even the X-pipe supposedly is better at scavenging. The corsa is a nice set-up but even the extreme is not enough...but they sure don't drone.
Truth be told I preferred the stock H-pipe tone at on my 5.7 even the X-pipe supposedly is better at scavenging. The corsa is a nice set-up but even the extreme is not enough...but they sure don't drone. My experience with taking off the mid-mufflers is that any type of chamber under the cabin results in a lot more cabin noise but if there is straight pipe it moves all that rumble to the back of the car. I was thinking of getting a stock 2018 system and wiring up the active exhaust but honestly, I don't want another electronic component that can potentially fail.
Xs and Hs do the same thing, but in different areas of the rev range / power band. H-pipes scavenge in the lower end, whereas X-pipes scavenge up top. Aside from this, H-pipes provide the deep, proper muscle tone whereas the X-pipes can often come raspy, and higher pitched.

Our systems are 100% straight through, and our 180 Technology resonates are not chambered (nor do they feature traditional packing material)... so the tone will not change over time and it will be consistent flow at all times. :cool:

Drone is non-existent with our Touring Edition. It's truly magical.
 

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Sounds pretty good but $1,700? Hard Pass.
There's multiple price points, all appropriate for the content of each configuration. You're buying properly engineered configurations with provisions for other modifications, an unmatched soundtrack compared to anything on the market, and premium materials handcrafted in Pennsylvania that will stand the test of time. (y)
 

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There's multiple price points, all appropriate for the content of each configuration. You're buying properly engineered configurations with provisions for other modifications, an unmatched soundtrack compared to anything on the market, and premium materials handcrafted in Pennsylvania that will stand the test of time. (y)
Spoken like a true salesman. Lol

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