Yeah, given this info I am leaning sports then. I dont want a ton of noise when just driving around town.
You are not going to throw any codes. I have modded cars for a long time and it isnt the Catback system that will throw a code
Originally Posted by Wizo
I will get a post up this weekend on the sound....soooo how do I turn the volume down on this bad boy if I wanted too. I went to pass a car on the street by my house and it sounded like lucifer howled at the moon. The persons face when I passed was precious.
No error codes but the cabin volume is present. It's not really drone but because she is loud you can hear it growling
Alright - I have spent some more time with her and have gotten used to it. I have not had a loud car for a while and some of my old friends who I showed it too feel that my other cars were louder. Case in point I had a Audi s4 with full system and down pipes that they said was louder and a Audi v10 that apparently was much louder.
I drove it about 200 miles today. I averaged 23 miles per gallon and there was no drone that I could hear. In fact once the car is warmed up she can sound pretty good depending on how you drive her. When you go to pass someone that is where all the subtlety is forsaken.
This system is an aggressive sounding system. For my line of work I should have gotten the sport. However, on the weekend I would have wanted the extreme. The fit and finish is spot on and the tips are a work of art. The exhaust has made me feel much better about the car - in fact I feel it fits the car with the srt8 stuff I added.
Long story short...you want the best sounding exhaust that makes the car sound it can do 11sec quarter miles - get the extreme. If you want you car to be refined and aggressive with a touch more classe then go sport. Either one looks amazing and will make you like the mopar that much more.
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