2011 Dodge Charger R/T exhaust upgrade Flowmaster American Thunder
This is a video of me upgrading the Exhaust on my 2011 Charger. I installed the Flowmaster American Thunder kit # 817508. It was not to bad to install and took a few hours. Probably the hardest thing was to remove the old Exhaust from the rubber hangers. A pair of channel lock pliers proved to be the correct tool to pop them loose. The system is much louder and yes, there is drone. It really kicks in right around 2000 rpm's. I like it though. This kit was fairly inexpensive, easy to install and sounds great.
2014 Dodge Charger v6 MagnaFlow exhaust - Worth it?
I installed 3 different systems on the car. 1. magnaflow 2in 2 out with glass packs in the ends. 2.magnaflow 2i 2out with magnaflow muffs 3 full cherry bomb Exhaust system. The third one sounded the best out of the three but still sounded horrible. I dont think it fits the character of the car. If you want a good set up if you have a SE version then just install OEM version of the True dual Exhaust which is on the SXT models. The Challengers v6 all have the true dual Exhaust system and dont sound bad at all.
2011 Charger RT w/ Corsa Exhaust and LMI Hammer Carbon Fiber Intake
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2014 Dodge Charger R/T Magnaflow Exhaust Without Resonators
Part number on the Magnaflow Website is: 11236 Here is a full Exhaust video of my Charger showing off the sound from different views. This Exhaust consist of two Magnaflow 4x9 oval mufflers and a resonator delete. For those of you that were familiar with my F-150 these are the same mufflers that were on that. The tone is very deep and you definitely 'feel" it. Flowmasters sound like all of the sound just goes straight out the back but magnaflow does a good job of letting the driver really feel their rumble. At idle the car has a slight rumble to it that sounds very good. The only real drone is at about 65mph but otherwise it sounds fine. I would recommend this to anyone that wants a loud Exhaust but not "too" loud.