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Old 11-19-2009, 11:03 PM
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Thinking about dual exhaust for christmas...Dont want it to be too loud!!!!!Suggestions on the muffler and also, would like for it to look like the factory dual exhaust.......Need the measurements on where to position the pipes at the back bumper and also what size pipe should I use to look factory???
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I don't have the mopar catalog handy but if you want stock look, then I would check that out. Alternatively see if you can find someone who upgraded to aftermarket and buy their stock dual.
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Yeah, the MOPAR accessory exhaust system sounds good. What's nice is that MOPAR warrantees it too!
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You can swap out the mufflers and keep the stock duals if you already have them. Else the MOPAR set up would be the way to go, it's made by corsa so it's a high-quality kit WITH a warranty trough Dodge, which is even better.
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I don't know if your on a budget or not, on my 2009 Ram Sport, I have the factory dual exhaust and swapped my muffler out to a Thrush Welded muffler. It sounds great, in moderate everyday acceleration you can definitely hear it the deep throaty sound of it, when you let the throttle out it sounds even better and you will definitely get noticed. As for exhaust, the mopar kits are factory units and are warrantied, but very expensive compared to aftermarket kits, the muffler in the end is your choice, the Thrush mufflers are the bargain side of Dynomax, Dynomax has told me that the welded muffler of Thrush is a duplicate in design and sound as the Flowmaster 40 series.

Good luck in your decision, I hope this helps a bit and enjoy it!

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