So I'm all new to this but here it goes. I have an 06 charger rt, I have a mopar CAI and just got the diablosport I-1000 tuner for it. Im not sure what exhaust to get for performance and sound? Help?

Asked by Apr 20, 2015 at 11:46 AM about the 2006 Dodge Charger RT

Question type: Car Customization

Charger rt

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You are modifying your car- it is all up to you- go to a good exhaust shop and ask them- they can show you what you are looking for-

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Are you doing full exhaust or just cat back? What type of sound are you looking for, loud and overly obnoxious or low muscular growl?

I want a full exhaust and also loud but not too obnoxious. And at the same time I'm also looking for performance

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SLP Performance D31001 - SLP Performance Loudmouth II Exhaust Systems, or if you want to stick with Dodge parts, look at the Mopar Performance P4510855 - Mopar Performance Cat-Back Exhaust Systems. Either of these two systems will give you good performance and a loud but not obnoxious sound. These are cat back systems which should do the job. You can find these on summitracing.com If you also want to do headers and midpipes let me know. It isn't going to be cheap though, just so you know.

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Ok thanks I'll look into it! And ill definitely be doing headers next

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I have a 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT8 and I researched exhaust systems for months! I finally went with the full Borla Atak exhaust system. It sounds incredible and definitely gets a lot of attention cruising down the street. There are quite a few videos on YouTube that document how good that exhaust sounds. But again, it's all based on your budget and overall preference in the end.

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