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Corsa Performance Exhaust Part #14429 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Bill W (Bulverde, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford Mustang — May 19, 2011 9:12 PM
Have 2010 Challenger R/T 6-speed manual. Already had K&N cold air intake, wanted to open up the exhaust/reduce back pressure a little to match the improved intake for power/performance without increasing the normal-use noise levels. Was advised by Auto-Anything staff to order the "Touring" version over the probably louder "Sport". CORSA specs product for the manual (good), couldn't be sure the two competitors' products were correct for the manual transmission vehicle. Very good sound, seems no louder than the OEM at idle and cruise but GREAT sound on acceleration. NO resonances or droning as guaranteed, also better than OEM. Very attractive rectangular split tips, too. Quick and easy install by a pro shop, inexpensive at just over an hour. Not cheap, within a few dollars of the same price as the other two options but very glad I chose what I chose!
Reviewed by joseph d (Lebanon, CT) — Mar 23, 2010 5:36 PM
The addition of the Corsa Performance Exhaust has been a welcomed addition to the accessories addition to my 2009 Dodge Challenger RT. The exhaust is throaty but not obnoxious. It allows the Hemi to sound like the days of old. The appearance of the GTX style exhaust tips dresses teh rear of the car. I have been very pleased with the exhaust sound and have not experienced drone as I have with other performance exhaust systems on other vehicles that I own.
Reviewed by Thomas B (Allendale, NJ) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Challenger — Oct 18, 2009 9:13 AM
The exhaust is exactly as advertised. No annoying drone at any rpm, throaty on throttle and quiet while cruising. Drop a gear and floor it and you will hear your motor roar with authority. Don't be disillusioned when you first install the system as it will seem not much different then the stock exhaust but after a "break -in" period of a hundred miles or so the exhaust really wakes up and omg is it awesome.
Reviewed by Daniel D (Belton, SC) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Challenger — Aug 05, 2009 5:20 AM
Had some problems with the installation. The left side pipes were a bit shorter than the right when installed snug. We had to pull the left side out about 1" or so. Next problem was that the tips did not hang/line up at the same height and were not centered. I had to go to a muffler specialist to have this adjusted. Finally, the clearance on the left side by the spare tire well is very close and it rubbed and vibrated. I again had to have one final adjustment to increase the clearance slightly to prevent the rub. All in all, they sound GREAT and look GREAT! Now that everything is adjusted properly, no problems.
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- Style:3" Dual rear exit, with polished GTX tips
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