2010 Dodge Ram 5.7 Hemi - Stock Muffler vs Magnaflow 18" Comparison
Just a comparison video on all the scenarios I wanted to see when I was
researching mufflers. I hope this will help people who are in need of help
like I was.
The stock muffler was cut out and a Magnaflow 18" was stuck in its place.
Single exhuast with factory resonator still in place.
To be honest, I wish the muffler was louder. At Idle, you can barely hear
it, and at WOT it sounds a lot like the stock muffler. I think only the
city driving sound has improved, as it sounds really nice taking off from a
stop at about 1/4-1/2 throttle. One thing to not overlook is that it DOES
drone. The reason I went with Magnaflow after all was because everyone said
it does not drone. I would've gone with the Flowmaster if I had known
But I am very happy with it overall. I'll give it a few months to see how
much louder it gets, and see if there is any better performance or MPGs
from the swap. So far, I can't tell. Here is a link to the exact muffler I
magnaflow 24 on a 2010 dodge ram 1500
I finally installed a 24 inch Magnaflow muffler on my truck and I thought
it would be helpful for other people to hear this in order to best choose
which muffler is best for them. I had little idea what this was going to
sound like cause there are only 2 other videos of people running the 24
inch muffler on a 4th generation ram 1500. I had a muffler shop put it on
for me instead of buying the Mufflex dod24m kit which I think is the way to
go I actually saved close to $80 doing so, plus I know it's on their good.
I have maybe put 10 miles on it so far and I like it very much but it is
not a whole lot louder than stock, probably about one and a half times
louder. It's more of a deeper tone than stock which I am starting to like.
My favorite thing about it is how it not only sounds awesome when you put
your foot into it but when you don't want to listen to it you can just back
up a bit and its almost not noticeable at all more like a low rumble. If
you want to hear it all the time I would suggest getting the 18 or even the
14. If you have any questions please leave a comment I will try to check
them every now and then.
Magnaflow 18" Muffler on a Hemi
This is a 2011 Ram R/T with an aFe Stage 2. I removed the stock Y Pipe and
replaced it with a Magnaflow Y Pipe and I moved the Y Pipe all the way next
to the muffler. The muffler is an 18" one in and two out.
2009DodgeRam 1500 Mufflex 14" Magnaflow dual exhaust
Installed the Mufflex retrofit 14 inch Magnaflow muffler. It brought out
all 390 ponies in the 5.7 liter Hemi. The old stock muffler was big enough
to float down the river on!. If you have a truck that has factory dual Exhaust you want to be able to hear it!!.
The Mufflex Magnaflow system achieves just that.I recommend it to all 2009
18" Magnaflow Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi
Here is stock vs. mod comparison. added a 18" magnaflow single in - dual
out muffler to my stock dual setup. Also added a Airaid CAI at the same
time. I don't think the vid cam does it justice, the 18" is definitely way
louder then stock. Almost wishing I got the 24"... maybe down the road will
switch it up. I love the sound but might get annoying over time.
2011 Dodge Ram 1500 HEMI DYNO!
2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi with 452 miles on the odometer. Dyno'd at Polk Performance in
Alexander, Arkansas. COMPLETELY STOCK!
Put down: 1st Run: 303.90HP/330.36TQ
2nd Run: 305.72HP/330.95TQ
3rd Run: 306.27HP/331.31TQ
ram w 18" mufflex
Audio capture for those considering a mufflex kit. Exterior take-off and
WoT pass, interior drone test for acceleration and cruise.
2011 (Dodge) Ram 1500 Magnaflow Cat-Back Part# 16869
Installed One day before filming (muffler not broke in)
Installed at home, purchased from www.ccvmotogarage.com in Red Deer
All stock except for Magnaflow (factory intake)
Stainless Steel Cat-Back: Muffler,Pipes and 5" tips