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Dodge Viper Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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Borla Exhaust Systems Reviews

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Reviewed By Gregory G (Grand Rapids, MI) Reviewed for a 1998 Dodge Viper —6/26/2013 4:59 AM

This is my third cat back Borla exhaust system and I couldn't be more pleased. Now my Dodge Viper sounds like a Dodge Viper! Only problem now is I want to drive the Viper all the time. I have Borla cat backs on two of my Corvettes and I'm about to order another system.Keep up the fine workmanship at Borla

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Corsa Performance Exhaust Reviews

Corsa Sport Performance Exhaust for my 2014 Dodge Charger RT

Reviewed By Donnie D (Katy, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Charger —11/20/2015 9:39 AM

I drive this car everyday so I did not want an exhaust system that was too loud of that droned at higher, constant speeds. After listening to several systems I purchased the Corsa model for it's reputation for no drone. I initially was disappointed that the system wasn't a bit louder. It sounds that same as stock duinr idling. As I accelerate though, the sound is fresh and aggressive. I do get drone unfortunately when the car is in ECO mode (overdrive). After I install headers I am hoping for a little more growl, so we shall have a better determination at that time. The installation was effortless by a seasoned muffler mechanic. The appearance with the black diamond tips is sexy.

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MBRP Dual Wall Angle Exhaust Tip Reviews

Looks great!

Reviewed By Craig W (Littlefork, MN) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram —11/7/2015 7:10 AM

Great looking addition to my truck. Did involve cutting about 4 inches or so off end of tailpipe. Accomplished with the use of stiff paper wrapped around the pipe as a guide to mark a cut line with a Sharpie and then cut off with a Sawsall. .

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