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  1. badbart

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    i picked up my first challenger about a year ago, 2014 plum crazy RT 6spd/shaker/plus. Ive had ram trucks forever and really like the 5.7 hemi, now its mopar or nocar! 444.jpg 555.jpg View attachment 6982

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    Gotta love the Plum Crazy cars, especially with the Shaker (slightly biased). I sure like those 5 spoke wheels too.
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    Are those exhaust tips part of a complete system?
     
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    yes its a cat back x pipe with series 40 mufflers, wasn't sure about the tips at first but the stock tips were always looking crooked and these fit the rear valance cutout very nicely, sound good too!
     
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    That might be the Flowmaster American Thunder exhaust. I know exhaust sounds are very subjective but does your exhaust sound raspy when you really accelerate hard?
     
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    its actually a custom built x pipe but very close to American thunder exhaust, as far as raspy, maybe a hint around 5000 rpm but i'm an old guy and usually shift about four thousand rpm.
     
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