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As always these guys have come through with an outstanding kit, We have run their exhaust on our WK1 SRT-8 Jeep and now the Challenger Hellcat. Install was a breeze only took around 45 minutes and that time includes cutting our exhaust valves off and welding them into the SOLO exhaust valve kit (we opted to weld them in our selves to save time).

First and for most our OEM X-pipe was cracked and leaking just like Steve's and we only have 800 miles on ours, The SOLO exhaust is a high quality piece with perfect mandrel bends and nice stout welds on all connection points and hangers, Great flowing press formed X-pipe, and OEM tip friendly, Install was straight forward with no issues, every bend was on point and install was fast.

Second, The sound is amazing sounds like it's Pissed off now, Start up its a tad louder than stock, Wide open throttle is just plain ignorant, Normal cruising has NO drone at all (Video Below).

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Is this kit going to be cat-back using oem cats OR do you have some high flow cats to co with this?
I used your complete Mach-X3 system, etc with my 2012 SRT8 and love it. Have you made some hp/torque for us with this kit? And, of course, the main question is what is this going to cost me (and others of course)??
 

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It's a catback, using the OEM cats. Steve will have to answer the other questions for you.
 

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Is this kit going to be cat-back using oem cats OR do you have some high flow cats to co with this?
I used your complete Mach-X3 system, etc with my 2012 SRT8 and love it. Have you made some hp/torque for us with this kit? And, of course, the main question is what is this going to cost me (and others of course)??
Thanks for the questions. This kit is catback, and bolts on to the OEM cats. This is a supporting airflow modification, and from what we have seen on the dyno, tuning is recommended to take full advantage of this kit. It can be run safely on the stock tune as well. We saw gains of 24hp/9tq through tuning, in 90 degree weather. It is safe to assume another 20+ easily in the cooler weather. They are on group buy now for $699 shipped for the first 15 kits sold. Check out the thread I posted in our Solo Performance vendor section: PRESALE PRICE Solo Performance 3 Catback for SRT and Hellcat Challenger SRT Hellcat Forum
 
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