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I have a 2017 Ram Tradesman 3.6V. How can give the exhaust just a little deeper tone. The simplest and cheapest way if there is one. Love the sound of a hemi but too late now.
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You could play an MP3 a throaty v8 on your trucks radio, that would be the simplest and cheapest.
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I have a 2017 Ram Tradesman 3.6V. How can give the exhaust just a little deeper tone. The simplest and cheapest way if there is one. Love the sound of a hemi but too late now.

Cheapest would be a muffler delete. Gotta be honest though, your not going to get a good V8 burble outta a V6.
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IMHO the stock exhausts on the 3.6 sound about the best and are some of the better sounding sixes I've heard. Its never going to be a smooth burble like an eight so you don't want it too loud
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