Please - I hope no one takes this as an insult in any way at all.
If everyone does not know or has not seen there is a SEARCH FUNCTION on this site. It's a pretty good search function at that. It's on the RED tool bar located towards the top of the page.
You can click it and type in a topic and all threads with that topic will populate in a list.
Also - Even better - you can click on the ADVANCED SEARCH feature and get very specific on what you are searching for. By who posted, date posted, etc.
I know it very easy just to start a new thread and ask your question, but that will create a very cumbersome site with a bunch of threads about the same thing and with virtually the same content. Not to mention you won't get good quality answers sometimes due to people not wanting to answer the same questions over and over.
So please do yourself and all other members a favor by SEARCHING for your answer first. If you can't find it or need clarification then by all means ask as many questions as you like.
AGAIN - My aim here is not to discourage anyone from posting or to insult anyone, I just want this site to run efficiently and not have a lot of duplicate content/threads that can make for a very time consuming and frustrating experience.
PS multiple ? or ! in a post and or title make you seem annoyingly desperate, and other misc symbols sure don't help
I bought my Cherry Bomb Vortex for $298 SHIPPED. Unfortunately, the price has increased since then. But let's be honest, other than sound and minimal gains, what are the benefits of an aftermarket exhaust system?
I say buy the Cherry Bomb Vortex kit. And then you'll have several hundred $$$ to play with.
I had bought a mopar performance exhaust from someone not knowing how it would sound and I hate it. I'm looking for a new muffler and maybe doing away with resonators. I have the 3.5L. Any suggestions?
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