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post #1 of 10 Old 03-10-2017, 04:32 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, I'm new, and I currently have a '15 Charger R/T. I love my car to death, apart from one thing; the stock exhaust is too quiet. I've heard Borlas but I am looking for a deeper, bass-like rumble. I want something that is good quality too. Any thoughts on where to start searching what I'm looking for? I've also looked into Corsa's, but haven't personally heard how they sound in person. I almost want the surrounding ground to vibrate, if that makes sense.
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Hi, I'm new, and I currently have a '15 Charger R/T. I love my car to death, apart from one thing; the stock exhaust is too quiet. I've heard Borlas but I am looking for a deeper, bass-like rumble. I want something that is good quality too. Any thoughts on where to start searching what I'm looking for? I've also looked into Corsa's, but haven't personally heard how they sound in person. I almost want the surrounding ground to vibrate, if that makes sense.
Exhaust sound is highly subjective. I'd recommend searching your model year and listening to as many youtube clips as possible before making a decision.

What you consider a deep bass-like rumble is different from what others perceive.

That's a good place to start and will help you narrow your search. Also look into mid muffler delete options and see if you like those before putting coin down on a complete system.

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Adriellovesart, I agree on what Hazmat11 said. Make sure to listen how exhaust system sounds before getting it. As for the Borla, ATAK exhaust system is one of the most popular, you can listen how it sounds on our website: https://www.carid.com/2015-dodge-cha...-58887597.html If any questions appear - feel free to contact me directly.


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I'm a big fan of spin tech mufflers but here is a video of my exhaust progression so far

https://youtu.be/sZS_EeUc3QI

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Just remove the mid mufflers and enjoy. No need to spend hundreds if not $1000+ on exhaust when pulling the mid mufflers does a fantastic job.
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^This ^ It's an inexpensive first step. If your not satisfied then look for other alternatives. Lots and Lots of sound clips on Youtube.


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If you don't like the delete, go find some Classic Chambered mufflers on youtube. Best muffler in the world, in my opinion.

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If you don't like the delete, go find some Classic Chambered mufflers on youtube. Best muffler in the world, in my opinion.
What do they sound like WITH the resonators? Cannot find any videos where they left them on.
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That I do not know. I've had them on a Silverado, and an 86 Chevy truck. I can tell you the bigger the diameter the louder it is, because I had dual 2.25s on the Silverado and it sounded great but a single 3 inch on the 86 was probably the loudest exhaust I've ever heard on a street car. I had to pull it right back off. On the Silverado the wife thought it was too loud so I added 12 inch glasspacks after the axle, which cut the volume and resonance out of it.
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post #10 of 10 Old 03-27-2017, 08:37 AM
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If you have the money, Corsa exhausts always sounds amazing!
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