The exhaust stated out as a simply “cat back” system from Flowmaster (Got a great price and overnight shipping for free. With the expectation of improving performance by adding a set of shorty headers later on.
The cat back system was a simply bolt on, I did in the driveway with a set of jack stands. The hard to reach work (header and mid pipes) was done by a local shop called Tuffy’s here in Central Florida. These guys did a great job and also welded in the bung for the wideband O2 sensor. I would highly recommend them for header/exhaust work.
So far I’ve been thru several different wideband Air / Fuel monitoring setups. Finally settling for the Innovate LC-1 sensor and their gauge pod, mounted in the drivers side air vent.
Finishing off the exhaust was a set of MOPAR dual exhaust tips.
A complete list of parts and their respected links below. Note that these links are just for reference as you may be able to find them cheaper elsewhere.
- JBA Silver Ceramic Shorty Headers 09-10 300, Challenger, Charger 5.7L R/T
- Stage 8 Locking Header Bolt Kit 05-10 300, Charger, Magnum 5.7, 6.1L
- Mopar Driver Side Exhaust Gasket 09 Charger, Challenger, 300 5.7L
- Mopar Passenger Side Exhaust Gasket 09 Charger, Challenger, 300 5.7L
- Innovate Motorsports 3795 DB BLUE Complete Wideband Gauge Kit (2 1/16 52mm) with LC-1, O2 Sensor, Bung and Plug
- MagnaFlow High-Flow Mid-Pipe w/ Cats 05-10 300, Challenger, Charger, Magnum 5.7L R/T
- Flowmaster 817479 Cat-back System 409S – Dual Rear Exit – American Thunder – Aggressive Sound
- MOPAR dual exhaust tips