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The exhaust heard around the world. Welcome to the intersection of precision-engineered perfection and drone-free power. 180 Technology®, maximum performance, and a fury only Mopar friends will appreciate. Coming to the '15+ Dodge Challenger and Charger 6.4L / 6.2L SC on March 4, 2020 via AWEatHHP.com and AWEMopar.com

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Welcome to Challengertalk ;)

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Kinda sounds like SLP Loudmouth 1 with a bit more throat..but not bad at a tad under 800...what’s with the crossover pipe?
 

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Kinda sounds like SLP Loudmouth 1 with a bit more throat..but not bad at a tad under 800...what’s with the crossover pipe?
H-pipe delivers the deep, rich tones these cars deserve. We're no stranger to a properly engineered X-pipe, but these big V8s aren't, in our opinion, what an X-pipe is paired to. Aside from the high-pitched soundtrack, X-pipes can be quite raspy and result in a "tinny" exhaust note when applied incorrectly -- something we do not endorse.
 

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Disagree. What it does sound like is my neighbors being a bit less thrilled at 5:45 every morning.
Thanks for the chuckle. Luckily, the aggression upon startup calms down quite well at idle. Our systems are very much influenced by the amount of throttle input -- creeping through the neighborhood is not an issue (but it will be deep) ;)
 

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Why NOTHING in 2.5" for the 5.7l?

An "H" pipe gives more of an old school type sound as old cars had "H" pipes
An "X" pipe gives more of a 180 degree header sound or Euro sound
Both do the same, balance the pressure in both sides of the exhaust and help torque production.
 

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H-pipe delivers the deep, rich tones these cars deserve. We're no stranger to a properly engineered X-pipe, but these big V8s aren't, in our opinion, what an X-pipe is paired to. Aside from the high-pitched soundtrack, X-pipes can be quite raspy and result in a "tinny" exhaust note when applied incorrectly -- something we do not endorse.
Where exactly is the H pipe located on the challengers AWE/RAGE system, before the diff or after?
 

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Disagree. What it does sound like is my neighbors being a bit less thrilled at 5:45 every morning.
Perhaps a job change with a longer commute and a 5:15 remote start may be in order...
 

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