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hey guys ive been looking at the mufflex exhaust swap out for my 2012 ram sport. wondering if anyone has done this yet or has good or bad reviews about it. i added a cold air intake and that really gave the hemi some bark im sure a muffler swap would really make it rumble.
 

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I just put a 14" Mufflex Magnaflow on my 2012 Express last weekend, and to tell you the truth, it was the easiest mod that I have done, except for the tailgate EZ Down. It took me about an hour and a half, and the fitment was excellent. The only tools you need is a can of your favorite penetrating oil, 15mm deep well 3/8 drive socket, and a 3/8 ratchet (best if its a long handle ratchet).
 

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right on great! the 14 is the loudest one am i correct?
 

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how much did it cost ya? i was looking at the medium sound level from mufflex i dont want alot of drone in the cab. if i go with this it will cost me 260 plus shipping to canada
 

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Aero Turbine 3030 go for $ 120 or so. The 3030XL have resonator but I would just get the 3030 and get rid of the factory resonators for the best tone. If you have dual exhaust out the back the cab noise is not that bad.
 

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ya i have the dual exhaust. so is this just a muffler conversion ?
 

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I had the factory muffler removed which has a T on the muffler itself. You only need 1 Aero Turbine and a T spliting off of that to the rear exhaust. You can cut both resonators off near the tips and have the shop weld in straight pipe. On "You Tube" search for Aero Turbine for more info and Amazon.com might be the cheapest place to find one online.
 

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sounds good i will consider it, and have a look. im still leaning towards the mufflex just because of the ease of installation and the no welding
 

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I went with the mufflex 14 MOD and it sounds great. Nice deep rumble, very little drone. Getting airaid CAI next week, should make it sound even better :smiley_thumbs_up:
 

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air raid cai is garbage...I have 14" mufflex with k&n cai....sounds amazing!
 

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I did a long review in the Review section but I'll paraphrase:

IF you don't have any issue getting the slip joints apart on the stock system -
IF you get the right hanger and it mounts up properly
IF you don't mind having clamped joints and are lucky enough for them not to leak -or dont care if they do..
and IF you dont mind spending more than necessary for an inferior final installation.

Then go ahead with the Mufflex system. The beauty is that you can do it yourself in the garage..... IF there are no issues.

If I could do it over again, I would just buy the same Magnaflow muffler that comes with the mufflex for less money, had it welded in and hung properly for apx. $50 and walked away with about $100 saved overall.
 

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I have 14" mufflex with k&n cai....sounds amazing!

Bikenut it sounds like you had some real issues with yours, sorry to hear that. Mine was easy to put on and I never had a problem with it, it's been about 2 years.
 

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I'll be following this!
I already installed a K&N CAI and debating on a 14" or 18" mufflex.
I can't stand drone but do want a lower tone.

Keep us posted.
18" Mufflex single is loud, but not as extreme as the 14". The 18" has a great sound on the highway even with MDS engaged. But for me, around town it was just little too loud.
 
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