mid muffler delete on a Charger Hellcat

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    Hey CAT55, i posted up a separate post and documented the replacements. Look under the Charger Hellcat forum under mid muffler replacements.

    I'm pretty happy with the results. It kinda reminds me of a loud trumpet...lol.
     
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    Let them break in a bit more.. You'll find them to be even more refined and nice and deep.
    I have had so many complements on the exhaust it's insane. More then any car I have ever owned.... And I've owned some nice 8 bangers...
     
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    Not to my knowledge, not from dynomax anyways..
    Telling you though this is darn good. Louder, deeper and no rasp
     
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    Update...the Dynomax bullet mufflers I had put in still sounded a little rough and unrefined to me after a bit, so my exhaust guy recommended these Sebring units.

    Had em put in and now there's a nice deep tone. Not sure if it's me, but now it seems like it's quieter than stock? Maybe it's because i got used to the Dynomax bullet muffs?
     
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    Your rear diff leaking?
     
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    oh wow....not sure....didn't even notice until you said something. Does it look like it in the pics? car has less than 5k miles on it....no noises.
     
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    Sounds clips? I see oil marks coming from the pinion seal.
     
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    gimme a bit....will try to get some clips. Time to take it to dealership to check out the leak. Thanks for pointing it out!!
     
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    So is the consensus going with the Dynomax bullets? My local shop has a different brand of bullets that come in different lengths. I wanna get a little bit louder rumble but no raspy sounds. And there is no way I'm paying $1500+ for a cat back system that doesn't give any more HP.
     
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    I love my dynomax bullets. Definitely made it a tad louder, and took the rasp out from the muffler delete. To me it is truly perfect. I've had nothing but compliments. Best part is still no drone.
    Your shops bullets will probably yield similar results but all will be a little different in sound. Also keep in mind that my bullets are minis, if your shop uses longer ones it will more then likely be very similar to your stock mids.

    In my honest opinion though these are a perfect solution if you want just a little more without spending 1500+ for a cat back that yields no gains
     
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    Awesome thanks for the input!
     
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    I have to agree with CAT555, who suggested them to me in the first place. I'm gonna try one more solution, and if I'm not happy with the results, the Dynomax minis are going back in.
     
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    So these dynomax mini bullets are less raspy but quieter and deeper sounding then a delete? If this is correct how much quieter would you say they are then a delete?
     
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    That is correct. They have zero rasp to them. Where as a muffler delete sounds pretty good but as we all know at Wot they are raspy.
    If stock is a 6 and muffler delete is a 9 for volume, then I would put the bullet minis at about 7.5 maybe even 8. They sound great on a cold start and even a warmed up idle. There smooth and deep under medium throttle and they roar at WOT , just like the deletes did but with out that annoying raspy crap. Another thing I really like is under normal driving you can here a nice deep note in the cabin more then you could with the stock mids and I really wanted this. And yet zero zero drone at cruising speeds.

    I have said it more then a few times now but I can't stress enough how great they are if your looking for a little bit more with only spending minimal minimal money.
    Best part is there an easy swap and no big installation to do like these other cat back systems.

    Get them man you'll be thanking me , and if not worse case scenario you can take them off and you'll be out way less then hundred bucks for parts and labor. Plus I guarantee you can sell them.
    Just saying that but I know you'll like them. There's nothing not to like.
     
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