Originally Posted by Neaves The Wicked
Hi, I'm looking to get some rumble out of my V6 charger. I do believe I have decided to go aftermarket and get a Flowmaster Muffler but I have not decided which one. I'm thinking that going with the 40 series deltaflow would be less modification. I would like to go duel like the youtube link posted below but I'm not sure how it would be done since it seems there is only a single pipe coming from my engine and the guy in the video used 40 series and went duel not 40series delta flows. Any help would be appreciated.
Easy man, I had this same set up on my old 2009 V6. Just take it to an exhaust shop, tell them you want a true dual exhaust (this means two mufflers instead of one), and they'll build it. They usually all have common mufflers in house but if you want you can order the mufflers yourself online and take them to the shop and they'll be installed. Just know that with flowmaster mufflers and no resonators you will get some bad drone. Also with true duals on the V6 at wide open throttle the car goes from that deep rumble to a high pitched ricer noise. I was very disappointed with the wot exhaust note when I had my V6. Keep watching YouTube videos to get ideas of sound. I used the same video you just posted to learn how I wanted my exhaust done.
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