You still a fan of the mid-muffler delete? Giving it some thought. I like the sound of the Flowmaster Force II, but $100 is a much more attractive price than $800. It seems like the delete added a lot of the bass I've been missing in the stock exhaust sound. Does it maintain that bass when you're accelerating?
After reading yet another thread asking "what kind of exhaust setup should I get?" (and on a side note, I'm amazed at the patience of the members here, so many forums would be giving the new guys a hard time for not reading old posts), I think it might be a good idea to start a sticky with sound/vid clips and setups as a reference page. Something listing year, model, engine, exhaust setup, then either a sound file or video. That way, people can come here toget all the info they needed to help them decide on what they wanted for their car.
I've actually got several setups to share.
2012 Blacktop SXT, 3.6L.
Magnaflow #11386 Dual in/Dual ou Tru-X muffler with stock resonators. (It's for sale, BTW; PM me)
Dual Dynomax VTs #17156 with stock resonators.
Dual Dynomax VTs #17156, resonators replaced with Magnaflows #11365
2012 V6 Charger with Dynomax VTs and Magnaflow resonators - YouTube
Here's my story: I had a 2000 Sunfire with crank windows that Hubby felt was a deathtrap. He had me go into the dealership to look at a 200. I didn't know what I wanted so the salesman showed me a Toxic Orange Charger and it was love at first sight. It was a huge improvement on what I had been driving. Such luxury! I didn't learn about the different levels (or hemi envy) until I got on here. If circumstances had been different then I would still be driving my beautiful V6 Toxic Orange with Borlas (and drone). But life throws those curve balls, and I managed to leg is out to first with an '06 DaytonaI love this thread but I do not understand at all why some of the folks with the V-6 engines spend thousands of dollars modifying them instead of just buying at R/T??
Mine was done at a local shop. I'd stay away from the chain shops.I've been to a couple muffler shops so far to get a quote on the mid-muffler delete. One quoted $250-$300 (CarX) and the other $180-$200 (Meineke). The Meineke guy was pretty familiar and said its a lot like the Challenger and they do a lot of them. The CarX guy pulled it in and put it up on the lift to check it out. Not sure where you guys are getting these $100 prices from! I have a couple mom and pop shops I'm going to check out.