Today’s muscle cars may be the most potent examples of the breed that we’ve ever seen, but that hasn’t stopped their owners from modifying them. Whether it be simple bolt ons or full-blown builds, muscle cars and aftermarket modifications will never be separated. The folks over at MagnaFlow have just released a new Mopar exhaust kit for the whole line of FCA’s V8 powered muscle cars. This includes the Dodge Challenger and Charger, as well as the often forgotten Chrysler 300C.
The xMOD series Mopar exhaust kit from MangaFlow is available for the 2017–2021 Dodge Challenger, 2015–2021 Dodge Charger and 2015–2020 Chrysler 300C with the 5.7L 6.2L or 6.4L Hemi V8 engines. Constructed of 3-inch dual stainless steel pipes, the bolt-on exhaust promises to bring gains of up to 12-14 horsepower, along with a significant increase in sound. xMOD series Mopar exhaust kit also features MangaFlow’s No Drone Technology resonators, which use quarter-wave passive noise cancellation to help clean up any unwanted tones. Should you want to add a set of headers to your build as well, the system has been designed to easily be adapted for use with headers without the need for cutting.
The new kit is also configurable, should you want to crank the sound up even more. The xMOD Muffler Modules are emissions compliant and bring just the right amount of noise for the street, whereas the xMOD xTreme Deletes ditch the muffles all-together for what is essentially a 5-inch straight pipe. The latter option is quite a bit louder as you might expect, but it also brings some NASCAR-esque tone.
This new MagnaFlow Mopar exhaust kit is compatible with the factory exhaust tips, though carbon-fiber covered exhaust tips are available as well. Pricing starts at $2,800 for all three models, and goes up from there depending on what options you select. Not cheap, but MagnaFlow has the reputation and fanbase that they do for a reason.