Yes it's true it's really true... It's all in the design of our Resonated Venturi Tip. The open chamber design lets cold air in with the hot exhaust gases . It actually creates a vacuume at idle and a ram air at speed. So as the vehicle increases with speed the exhaust gets quieter. Read a little about the technology on the web next to the hot blonde. http://www.zoomersexhaust.com/zoomers_technology.htm There is no drone or cabin resonance at any speed. I plan on becoming a supporting vendor hear at Charger forums next month. I would like to offer a Group buy to all forum members at that time.jvs60 said:Sounds so sweet. That's the way a Hemi should sound. I heard the system on a 300C and Magnum. I gotta have it on my Charger. I have read on the other forum that there's little to no drone with this system as is the case with the other Cat Backs. Is this really true?
Aperformance said:Does the Daytona have a different exhaust than the regular R/T? If so I haven't heard the stock Daytona... If it's the same all I can say is the Zoomers is much more throaty and deeper sounding. It has a awsome start-up and a low rumble at idle. The beauty of this exhaust is you hear it when you want to hear it. There is no Drone or Cabin Resonance, at any speed. Nail the gas and that's when you know you have something other than stock. It's frankly our best sounding exhaust yet, and I have to say the sweet sound of the Hemi has a bunch to do with that.
Hey I was born in Chicago, Grew up in Northbrook and moved to SoCal about 10 years ago. Love it here! I do miss the food in Chicago and the Cubs and the Bears. Anyway, are you interested in opening a shop there. Zoomers Midwest Division, has a nice ring to it...As you know we ship any where and our system is simple to install any muffler shop can tackle the job. How'd you like the video?Mandrake said:Long time lurker here. I've seen lots of great posts about Zoomers. I have one question-
So when are you going to open a shop in Chicago? :drool:
theres no "before" dyno to compare it to...Aperformance said:Check out the dyno numbers on the Hemi Truck... Very impressive 17.5 hp and 18 ft lbs of torque. http://www.zoomersexhaust.com/zoomers_dyno_results.htm
The before dyno is stock base line in red Zoomers is in Blue. Take a look again. The spikes on the horsepower run are the shifts 1st to 2nd to 3rd max HP was achived in 2nd gear. If you notice there is solid gains in first and through 3rd gear as well.jamphat said:theres no "before" dyno to compare it to...
Greetings Aperformance. Glad to see you becoming a supporter here.Aperformance said:How'd you like the video?
Any SoCal locals willing to donate there car for dyno runs? We'd love to do a test...TTL said:>>Check out the dyno numbers on the Hemi Truck... Very impressive 17.5 hp and 18 ft lbs of torque.<<
Aperformance, when will you get a Charger on they Dyno?
Aperformance said:Any SoCal locals willing to donate there car for dyno runs? We'd love to do a test...