Hellcat is too quiet,want new exhaust ?

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  1. Dave Cooper

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    Anyone thinking of changing exhaust
     
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    Or headers & exhaust
     
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    Yes, but considering it's my daily driver, I'm hoping for an aftermarket axle-back system. I'd like to go simple, leaving the active exhaust valves alone.
     
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    bolivarshagnasty Gold Member

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    Several suppliers now have cat back kits. Can't believe it's too quiet? I love the sound of the stock system, and I have built custom stainless systems for high end hot rods. Be careful in your selection.
     
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    do you run in track mode? exhaust valves stay open more.. sounds sweet
     
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    At Barrett Jackson in Scottsdale this year I rode in the SRT experience hellcat challenger. It had a mopar side dump open exhaust that came out in front of the wheel. Sounded amazing and I was told... And am still hoping its offered one day.
     
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    I'm still waiting for a simple switch to keep the factory exhaust open all the time when I want. I'd like to make it sound like it does when it starts all the time if I want. Seems so simple since the car is equipped already.
     
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    That sounded amazing. Muffler delete is definitely illegal, yes? I'm so tempted to do this.
     
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    1949chopper NC STATE PRESIDENT Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Qtp dumps.
     
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    I usually run in sport mode it's ok but not enough rumble or purr,I have a 2014 392 and had a performance exhaust done by the dealer and it sounds outstanding all the time , the electronic exhaust keeps it too quiet , thinking of headers &exhaust maybe ARH
     
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    a fellow member here is working on a switch to keep the active valves open all the time or on command... i imagine a much cheaper way to go
     
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    waiting for mine 10/30/15 DELIVERED ON DEVILS NIGHT

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    here is a great idea from (curry bob) you can save a lot of $$ do a muffler delete have mufflers removed and straight pipes welded in place. he said it adds about 30 % more rumble.
     
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    I did muffler deletes on my charger like currybob, sounds amazing, no codes, emissions passible all good (leave the rear reso's in place)
    This is absolutely the way to go If you want more

    Cost me 150 bucks (CAD) to have it done plus I kept the mufflers for future considerations

    here are a few pics

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