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Hey Magnum Family,

Ok to start let me tell you what I already have...my ride is a 2005 RT with a Oil Catch can, K&N CAI, DiabloSport Intune (running the 93 Oct CAI Tune) and a 180* T-Stat.


Im looking to change out my exhaust but seeing as how I don't want to spend more than $500 I figured a muffler swap is my only option (please let me know if I can do more for under $500). I would like to give my Maggie a little bit meatier exhaust note without it being ridiculous, ideally I want it to sound just a little bit meaner/slightly louder under normal driving conditions and really sound 'healthy' when I open her up without sounding like straightpipe or something else that's equally hellacious. Also, if possible I would like to get a little bit more performance.


I know very little about exhaust setups so please give me any intel that you see applicable.


Thanks all!
 

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Here is what I use and it sounds real good...................


Two Flowmaster 40's up front and 2 short glass packs in the rear - no drone.


Had my local muffler do all the work - it was done 10 years ago and still sounds good.


Bob


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I did 2 Flowmaster 40s on the front with no reso on the SRT for a long time. Had a little drone at a certain RPM and load but it wasn't bad. Had it all done for about 250-300$.
 

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I too, like the sound of the flowmasters.
 

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straight pipe beyond stock x pipe

All I did to my exhaust was cut it all off after the stock x pipe and run two 2 1/4" piping all the way back to the stock exhaust ports. No drone but when you get on it she obviously screams. All in all cost me roughly $100 for piping and bolt on brackets for the hangers.
 

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