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2012 Ram Sport with Flowmaster 40's
I just installed a single Flowmaster 40 Exhaust on my new 2012 Ram Sport with the 390hp 5.7 HEMI...this is a "cold start"... There is absolutely zero drone - as a matter of fact, you can barely even hear it inside the truck... This is a welded in muffler only...

2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi w/ Magnaflow 14" Muffler
2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Hemi w/ Magnaflow 14" Muffler Sound Clip Mufflex/magnaflow kit I used, that just bolts right up: http://www.moes-performance.com/Magnaflow_5x8_Singe_3_In_Dual_2_5_Out_14_St ainl_p/12198.htm Same Muffler, that you can have a shop weld in for cheaper. http://www.moes-performance.com/Mufflex_14_Magnaflow_Dual_Exhaust_09_Up_Ram_1500_p/dod14m.htm

2010 Dodge Ram HEMI Mufflex Exhaust
2010 Dodge 1500 Ram w/ 5.7 Hemi V-8 Changed stock muffler w/ Mufflex DOD14M (Magnaflow)

2015 Ram R/T Borla ATAK Exhaust
This is my 2015 Ram R/T with a Borla ATAK system made for a Jeep SRT8 392. This system was completely custom made featuring a 2.5 inch true dual with a 2.5 inch in and out X-pipe, and the Borla ATAK system. All in I spent around $1100 and I believe it was completely worth it. There is no drone until you hit about 70mph. But at the end of the day it's a hemi and you don't buy for it to sound like a Prius. Over all I'm very pleased with the Exhaust. Mods to come are a AirAid intake, Diablo Sport Tuner, and possibly Stainless Works Long Tube Catted headers.