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Old 10-31-2009, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by 1970 Charger View Post
fuzzycali, I did not know if you were aware of this, but Corsa makes the Mopar exhausts for the Challenger, Charger, and 300. Instead of the tips saying "Corsa", they say "Mopar". The only difference is the way the Mopar engineers set up the baffling, they changed it slightly. There is such a slight difference in the sound that both units have to be side by side to hear the difference.

The main reason I am mentioning this is that Mopar is a third party distributor, you can buy the Corsa cheaper than you can buy the Mopar. I get my Mopar parts at wholesale and it was $300.00 more than me purchasing the Corsa through the vendor for the Corsa exhausts.
yea i have that on my charger,i was just curious if they would do the same for the ram.i just liked the mopar on the tail pipes.but if it 300 more over cost,than ill look at corsa instead.thanx again.
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