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I got in on the group buy last month for the Solo Exhaust and I have to say it is awesome, but the customer support by Steve and Jeff has really made this experience even better. The system was really easy to install. My sons and I went to our local military auto hobby shop and used a drive-on lift, mostly because I hate crawling around under a car anymore and prefer the convenience of being able to stand under it. I can't say that any part of the uninstall of the stock exhaust was too bad but would have been challenging to do by myself. Having the extra hands and help of my kids was awesome. It only took us an hour and a half to do from start to finish. When I started the car for the first time after installing the exhaust I could swear it was still stock, a little deeper but mild at idle. For the first day I was a little concerned about the interior noise between 1800 and 2100 rpms on moderate acceleration and deceleration, but Steve and Jeff talked me down and now after driving it for a while today the interior sound has mellowed out. The exterior sounds mean. For anyone with a 6 speed that is thinking about purchasing this exhaust, I did some before and after videos to help you decide. Enjoy!

Stock R/T Classic 6 speed

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Solo Exhaust from the interior

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That sounds a lot like my Mopar (Borla) catback exhaust. Glad you are happy with your purchase.
 

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Thanks OmahaRumble, she really screams. Hopefully it won't attract any LEOs my way.


That sounds a lot like my Mopar (Borla) catback exhaust. Glad you are happy with your purchase.
 

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Thanks for posting your video. I am thinking about Solo exhaust simply because I have read they have no noticeable drone and I haven't read one person on these boards who has said that they are unhappy with them. That should be good enough for me!

did you keep your stock tips? What grade of steel is the exhaust?
 

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Thanks for posting your video. I am thinking about Solo exhaust simply because I have read they have no noticeable drone and I haven't read one person on these boards who has said that they are unhappy with them. That should be good enough for me!

did you keep your stock tips? What grade of steel is the exhaust?
Tubing is 409 and the muffler is 304
 

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I kept the stock tips and was easy to swap. Like LoneStar said, they are 409 for the pipes and 304 for the muffler.

Thanks for posting your video. I am thinking about Solo exhaust simply because I have read they have no noticeable drone and I haven't read one person on these boards who has said that they are unhappy with them. That should be good enough for me!

did you keep your stock tips? What grade of steel is the exhaust?
 

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sounds great! really great!

nice seeing you cruise around goose creek ;)
 

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Thanks so much for taking the time for the vids, thats one thing i DONT WANT is to have the car too loud. I like it quiet so i dont piss off the neighbors.

Do you have any pictures of the exhaust itself? Mandrel bent 2 3/4 or 2 1/2 ?

That sounds just like i would want my car to be, plus mine will be a 6 speed and should sound like yours. \

Too freekin cool man!!!
Guess im off to find how much the kit is, is that right, one muffler or two??

I can only assume it replaces the stock cat mid pipes with high flow cats and is set up for stock manifolds????

Thanks
 
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