2009 Challenger R / T auto with Flowmaster Catback - wheel cam

Flowmaster "American Thunder" catback, super 40 series mufflers, 409 stainless back to stock tips, no resonators. Wheel cam mounted on rear quarter for audio clip

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2011 Dodge Challenger Flowmaster American Thunder - Time lapse install
This is what you can get done in an hour and a half with two good friends, music, pizza, beer and a lift. This is not a comparison video, there are plenty of good ones online. Rather this is a documentation of my installation of the Flowmaster American Thunder Cat-Back Exhaust for my 2011 Challenger R/T. We did start it with no muffler for shits and giggles.





2009 Dodge Challenger 5.7L RT - Stock Exhaust Replacement
The HEMI is a great engine but the stock Exhaust on this challenger needs to go. Watch as this segment reviews Flowmasters all new stainless steel Exhaust system for the 2009 Dodge Challenger 5.7L RT. http://www.summitracing.com/redirect?banner=SocialYT1052





Flowmaster Force II Exhaust Installation on 2008 Dodge Charger
Installing a Flowmaster Force II Exhaust on a 2008 Dodge Charger. Available at Auto Accessories Garage. http://www.autoaccessoriesgarage.com/brand/flowmaster





Dodge Charger R/T Magnaflow Exhaust w/ Cold Air Intake
My previous video of my Exhaust didn't include the cold air intake or an actual view of under the car so here is this one! Hopefully this video will clear up any last questions people have over the sound of this setup or what it looks like! Part number on the Magnaflow Website is: 11236 Follow me on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/rp_productionss/ 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.




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