3 inch pipes go over the stock 2.75 inch pipes perfectly. And there is no way you are losing torque removing something at the back of the exhaust system, plus the SRT resonaters don't create any flow restriction. Also, after the cats I seriously doubt the engine can tell a difference in back pressure, the rest of that is all internet hype.
Well that's why it's so easy just to buy the Blastin' Bob's kit. It comes with clamps so you just cut your stock pipes, slide the BB pipes over and clamp them on, and then they also come with the exact same pipe ends that the stock exhaust comes with so the tips bolt right on. They are worth the little extra $$$ IMO.
I just had mine removed and installed mufflers called 409's. (Magnaflow copies) Car sounds awesome! My mufflers were 150$ for the pair, stainless. Muffler guy did charge me 350$ for remove/install. Some say I paid too much, but NY ain't cheap. I do get a drone at certain RPM's. I just speed up or slow down. Sweet spot is at 62 mph/2000 rpm. Mine is an automatic. Sound changes from auto to auto stick. I like it so far. Now everyone can hear its an American muscle car !:thup:
I removed the factory mufflers and installed mufflers called 409's by a company called Different Trend Inc., My local speed shop (S and K Speed) recommended them as they are copies of more expensive Magnaflow mufflers. Cost 150$ for the pair, stainless steel. I have the original mufflers and resonators with attached pipes. Its good to keep all of the parts you remove in case a new owner wants them to re install.
The company has a website www.dtexhaust.com and the muffler model is called "Flow II".
Purchased these black lug nuts from American Muscle. Installed no problem but as you can see by the picture, they aren't built exactly the same. The OEM ones have a wide collar above the tapered part that when installed pushes up against the rim. The black ones don't have that collar so less...
I am VERY new to this so please be gentle!
I just got a 2020 Challenger R/T Scat Pack 392
I have never owned a new car that was like this (fast).
I was told by friends and family i should get a tune, but i am hesitant because of the warranty.
I have checked this forum and well as youtube and...
Hello. I hope this message finds everyone well. I picked up my Scatpack Wide Body October 2019. I only have 2000 miles on it (maybe even a little less). The owners manual says : 'Under no circumstances should oil change intervals exceed 6,000 miles or six months, whichever comes first'.
Hello I've recently purchased a 2012 sxt challenger with 119k miles. On the drive home I spun out and a branch punctured my radiator hose under the car. I didn't realize the damage until a week later after having my mufflers deleted. My car overheated on the same day as the muffler delete. Took...