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Magnaflow 19217 Dodge Challenger ( 3.6L) Dual Cat Back Exhaust System

$3,157.36 $1,997.00
SKU: 19217
UPC:
888563010076
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Magnaflow 19217 Dodge Challenger ( 3.6L) Dual Cat Back Exhaust System

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2015-2019 Dodge Challenger 3.6L Dual Exhaust Magnaflow Competition Series 19277 Mandrel Bent All Stainless Construction,

Dual 2.5" Tubing, allows re-use of your OE rectangle tips Tips. The Magnaflow Competition Series system enables your modern day classic muscle car to speak with authority, nobody will mistake it for a stock 3.6L Challenger!

This is the competition series for the 3.6L Challenger...expect a serious awe inspiring roar...made for the young and the young at heart...

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  • 5
    Magnaflow Cat back exhaust High quality part

    Posted by Jacques on 9th Jul 2021

    Easy installation nice fit much better sond than the factory installation

  • 4
    Nice exhaust and easy installation

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Feb 2017

    The Magnaflow Competition exhaust is a very nice exhaust system. Fit up of the pipes and clamps were perfect and a very rugged build. The exhaust quad tips are really nice. In fact, I originally had not planned to use them but rather keep my stock tips. However, when I got a first hand look at them they were too nice not to use. You have to remove the stock valences anyway to gain access to the rear most resonator hanger. The sound on my 2016 Challenger SXT with this exhaust is great, especially at idle. There is a slight drone inside the car particularly between 2000 to 2800 RPM. Just something you have to get used to if you want to notch up the exhaust noise on your Challenger IMO. During installation just make sure your exhaust tips are not making contact with the rear fender in anyway as that will add to any noise and vibration. This happened to me on my driver side tips. Overall a nice exhaust and sound. Installation was very easy. Took about 45 minutes doing it myself. Removing the stock exhaust did take several hours though because of the stock valences and removing the exhaust from the hangers..