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Pricing is done on this kit only with reusing factory tips shown above. Please contact us here with any questions small or large. This kit fits only the Challenger with the V6 Engines Free Tee Shirt With Every Purchase! Sizes Sm, Med, Lg, Xl, 2Xl, 3XlFree Solo-Performance license plate frame with every purchase.Please view our other ads for more performance and quality OE replacement needs for a multitude of vehicles or visit solo-performance.com .We are located just outside of Buffalo, NY. Items almost always ship out the same day. UPS comes at 4 p.m. any orders completed by that time will ship same day. Cut out the middle man and buy directly from the Manufacturer! For more pictures and customer reviews visit solo-performance.com. Videos available at youtube.com/watch?v=-zfW5_O0i5A
Solo Performance is proud to introduce its MACH-X-V6-CH stainless steel, mandrel bent, converter back dual exhaust kit for the 2009-2012 V6 Challenger. This dual exhaust kit fits both the 3.5L and 3.6L V6 Challenger. Note: requires a rear fascia modification for the 2009-2010 3.5L V6 Challenger. Your local Chrysler can get the dual outlet fascia for a very reasonable price (under $100 at this time)
Raw American muscle on the outside and a refined, non-invasive performance exhaust note on the inside. The dramatic sound difference from outside to inside is accomplished by months of research and development plus specific product design. Fit, form, and function are the cornerstones of our Solo Performance MACH-X-V6-CH exhaust kits. All of us at Solo Performance are very proud to bring this exhaust kit to the Challenger community.
Our X-Design muffler (made specifically for this car) and our exhaust tips are made from T304 stainless steel and our 2 ¼” mandrel bent pipes are made from T409 stainless. We have this free flow exhaust kit offered with three different tip styles to choose from. You can retain your stock exhaust tips (we have a ball fit at the end of our tailpipe and you can reuse your original tip and collar connector) or you can choose from our Dual Round (DR) or Dual Square (DS) tips shown in the pictures and video above. We use J-Pipes on the Solo MACH-X-V6-CH exhaust kit to virtually eliminate the interior drone while keeping the exterior tone!
Exhaust System Specs
The MACH-X-V6-CH exhaust kit is a full stainless steel mandrel bent free flow cat-back exhaust kit.
Front Muffler Assembly: 2 1/4″ mandrel bent T409 stainless steel exhaust pipes combined with our dual in dual out T304 stainless steel MACH-X muffler. This is a true X design muffler that is 14″ long with a 4″ X 9″ body. The X design calms the noise and smoothes out the rough RPM ranges while remaining free flow.
Right and Left tail pipe assembly using Solo Quad ( dual tips each side ) tips: 2 ¼” mandrel bent T409 stainless steel pipe with a ball and flair front connection ( where the tail pipe meets the front muffler assembly) to help with exhaust tip adjustments. Solo tips come in dual round and dual square, please see pictures below.
Right and Left tail pipe assembly to be used with stock exhaust tips: These tail pipes are exactly the same as the ones described above except they have a rear ball which mates up to the flared stock exhaust tip. The stock “collar” must be used as well.
J-Pipes: All kits come with Solo adjustable J-Pipes to tune out the interior drone frequencies.
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