How To Fix Exhaust Drone
So if you decided to go straight pipe, you're probably regretting it because of all the Exhaust drone. Well here you have it, a simple fix. If you like our videos please support us! All donations will be going straight into making more videos! https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_flow&SESSION=RPpMSzcYL7VCMpd- m2AQM_tYq7FIfl711Dw6o-T73VUqo1dT7caTZMslEBu&dispatch=5885d80a13c0db1f8e2636 63d3faee8d99e4111b56ef0eae45e68b8988f5b2dd
Dodge Neon with no exhaust
lil old neon
1996 Dodge Neon 2.0l DOHC Borla Single Exhaust
One of the most hated on cars on the internet. My daily driver, a 1996 Dodge Neon Sport Coupe. Note: I DO NOT LIKE THESE CARS, NOR DO I LIKE THIS Exhaust TONE! BUT! This car holds alot of sentimental value to me since I grew up with this car. The car was handed down to me. I, myself, have done a significant amount of work to this car. -Replaced head gasket -Replaced timing belt -Replaced Intake manifold -Replaced clutch (Heavy Duty F1 Stage 1) -Both front and rear shocks -All gaskets replaced -Put in 2005 black sxt seats -Changed over to 2005 sxt rims. What you are seeing here is a borla single exit Exhaust muffler on a 2.0l DOHC stock engine at idle and various rpm's with the cat converter and a resonator tip. IMO this sounds bad at anything above 1500 rpm's, idle sounds fine. The reason I went with this muffler was because I was trying to replicate the SRT-4 Exhaust tone. I happen to love the 03-05 SRT-4 Neons, mainly because I see how much potential they have, as well as having a good looking body.