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Hey guys - I just replaced my mid mufflers with original 40 series Flowmasters, and I am loving the new Flowmaster exhaust note. I would say with the 40 series installed, it's about the same loudness as the stock setup, but now has more of the traditional muscle car exhaust note. I found the factory sound to be too "flat" and monotone for my taste.

However, I would still like to get more volume out of the exhaust than I'm getting now. I am considering a resonator delete while retaining the Flowmasters I have now.

Does anyone have this setup on their 392? If so, how do you like it?

Does anyone know of any YouTube videos that show this setup?

Thanks!
 

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Deleting the factory resonators and installing 12" perforated-core glasspacks as resonators will give you more volume without increasing the interior drone you will get with eliminating the resonators. I have the Magnaflow for 2.5" exhaust but if they also have them for 3" exhausts. These are Blastin' Bob's but there may be other brands on the market.

https://www.blastinbob.com/Magnaflow_12_Glass_Pack_p/mf12.htm

https://www.blastinbob.com/12_Glass_Pack_3_core_p/621213.htm
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Thanks for steering me to Blastin' Bob's kits. I went with the straight pipe resonator delete kit here:

https://www.blastinbob.com/15_19_Challenger_Charger_R_T_Scat_pack_Hellcat_SRT_p/3shs.htm

It worked perfectly! I would say I have moderate to somewhat advanced mechanical skill and it took me about an hour and a half to do the swap on a hydraulic lift. The sound is great. Much more volume throughout the acceleration range, but no significant drone when cruising. Also I'm happy with the lack of raspiness thanks to the chambered Flowmaster 40s.
 
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