Sorry, I don't. I will tell you this. I mess with the exhaust and got burnt bad on drone.
First was SLP's loud mouth 2, it sounded good outside but HORRIBLE inside and even worse when the v4 kicked in. Then tried replacing the mid mufflers with cherry bombs and removed the resonators. OMG it droned like a mother.. so I ordered some Magnaflow mufflers inplace of the resonators and it still droned so I put the factory resonators back on with the straight pipe cherry bomb and it sounds good.
No drone, but still has a nice growl.
I'm a little confused, you wrote that you went with the straight pipe cherry bomb. Did you replace the mid mufflers with cherry bomb muffler and kept the stock resonators?
Cherry bomb glass packs. There's 2 ways to install. One way the sound is deadened some and the other way is like straight thru. I'll have to check the paper work and see which one I got (part number).
If look thru the glass pack in one direction you can see the little cut outs to "catch" the sound. When you spin it around, you can see theres no way to "catch" the sound, sense making it louder. Thats the direction I went since I kept my stock resonators. And if you listen to the sound clip, the mufflers are NOT that raspy on the car.
Mopar Chin Spoiler
Super Track Pak black Grille
20% window tint
MKW M102 20" Black w/Machine face, Toyo ST-II 255/45r20
Had the delete done today, and I love it! At idle and while cruising, the difference is hardly noticeable inside the cab. Under acceleration and mashing the peddle, there's a very nice growl, still not loud persay in the cab, turn your music up to about 18-20 and it drowns out the exhaust.
Honestly, I would've preferred a little louder, but I'm not willing to go careless at this time so this will do until then. For those of you with catless midpipes, I believe the sound would be incredible.
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