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What Flowmaster exhaust is the best?

When I mean best... I mean loudest!

This is the company I'm going to buy from. Shipping from the states is going to cost me the same anyways.

Buy Chrysler 300 2005-2010 Performance Parts & Accessories shipped from Canada & USA- TDot Performance

I keep seeing the 44series and the 40series. I have no idea what this means.

I'm leaning towards the aggressive one. It's pretty cheap. The guy is going to give it to me for $640 tax in.

I've seen some youtube videos but none of them have the exhaust on a 300c. Do any of you guys have this exhaust installed and have a video I can listen too?

I really want to make this my first mod. I hate not hearing my engine. I've looked at the corsa and bola but there to expensive. I just got this car so I'm looking to keep the cost down.

Any input would be great. I'm looking to buy within the next 2 weeks.

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General rule of thumb is that the shorter the muffler can, the louder the muffler is. So if the 40 is shorter than the 44, and you want the loudest one, go for the shorter one.

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There American Thunder kit is Flowmasters loudest exhaust.

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The force II kit uses the 44 mufflers for a milder sound. Less interior drone

The American Thunder uses the Super 40 mufflers and is there loudest. Lots of interior drone.

I plan to buy the 44 mufflers only, no full cat back kit. I will swap the flowmaster mufflers for the stock ones and leave the stock piping and rear resonators. I did the same thing on my Super Bee. Wakes up the exhaust sound a bit, no to little interior drone noise. I don't want my 300 to be too loud, just a light rumble.


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I guess if it's too loud then I can always turn the radio up. I just don't like the feeling of having a hemi that I can't here. The price is right for the 40's . I also don't want to be like those civic arseholes with the loud exhausts but it's a hemi so it's ok I think. What exhausts do you have?
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Freebird is right...you don't have to go full catback. Just replace your stock muffler for a set of the Flows.

I run Magnaflow mufflers.
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I hear what your saying but by the time I buy the mufflers and everything else and get it installed it would be the same amount. The cat back is pretty easy to install without hassle. Cut the old one off and bolt the thing on. When I get off work I will see the price difference.
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Remember...most catbacks DO NOT have resonators so choose carefully.
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Remember...most catbacks DO NOT have resonators so choose carefully.
You know more then I do about this car. What would be the best way to go? Just buy the mufflers? Buy a cat back? Honestly, I have no clue what I'm buying. I just want the sound.
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I bought my super 40s from a seller on eBay for $75 a piece. It was $170 for the install, that's with two sticks of 3" tubing. The tips I got for $60, so still a lot under the $1,000 price of pre-maid cat back

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