I live in SoCal and will have a set available next week. Let me know if you're interested. I'm going with the Borla cat-back. I heard a Borla system that sounded like the London Symphony the other day and couldn't resist hearing what they could do for mine.
How much are you guys looking to get for the tail pipes, or the muffler and tailpipes? I wonder if they will fit under the rear bumper of a normal Ram or if they need to be modified to fit? Also how small of a box would they fit in and how much does it all weigh? I'd like to upgrade my Hemi and they should flow pretty well, but I don't want a bunch of noise. Thanks.
This is a true dual exhaust. The tail pipes go through a cutout on the right side of the rear bumper. Check out a picture. The SRT-10 Ram exhaust is one muffler with two 2 1/2" inlets and two 2 1/2" outlets with dual 2 1/2" tailpipes. This combo must weigh 30-35 Lbs and the box would be about 4' X 1.5' X2'. Hope this helps..................Jack
Does the exhaust mix in the muffler or would an x-pipe upstream be helpful? I planned on using Headman full length headers and removing the cat and using a sim. Somewhere I need a place to tap in the 0-2 sensor so I guess I should just do an x-pipe after the headers (with an o2 bung) and then just run into the muffler from there with a simmed 02 sensor somewhere downstream. With Headers and no cat do you think the stock muffler would still be fairly mellow? I doubt I'll ever hear a srt-10 run around these parts! I thought about using a takeoff muffler and tailpipe off of a CTD which would be easy to find locally. I don't know if single 4" would be too much though. Just looking for something less expensive then a $100 Magnaflow 3" in and out to replace my stock muffler, and the x-pipe with custom exhaust up to it, is less then the performance y pipe that Headman sells to go with it's headers!
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