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Nick's '08 Charger

Nick asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust for his Charger. We had already built or installed exhausts on Dodge Magnums, which share the same platform as the Charger. So, we were able to show Nick pictures of those exhausts, and discuss muffler choice, exhaust fitment and exhaust tips with him. Since he wanted a louder exhaust but not "too loud", he decided on Magnaflow 4"x9" mufflers. The exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube.

The unique trait of the Charger/Magnum exhaust is the X-pipe. This pipe extends from the end of the cat pipes, bends into the tight driveline tunnel, forms an X, then continues rearward toward the mufflers. The space inside the driveline tunnel is very tight, requiring a narrow custom X-pipe. Since we specialize in tight exhaust fitments, this was no problem for us.

After custom-fabricating the X-pipe, we welded the mufflers and used stainless steel band clamps to attach the custom-mandrel-bent tailpipes. We then welded stainless steel Magnaflow tips to add an agressive appearance to the rear of the car. This exhaust has a great rumble and really opens-up on accelleration, but is not very loud with normal driving. 


Nick's '08 Charger

Nick asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust for his Charger. We had already built or installed exhausts on Dodge Magnums, which share the same platform as the Charger. So, we were able to show Nick pictures of those exhausts, and discuss muffler choice, exhaust fitment and exhaust tips with him. Since he wanted a louder exhaust but not "too loud", he decided on Magnaflow 4"x9" mufflers. The exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube.

The unique trait of the Charger/Magnum exhaust is the X-pipe. This pipe extends from the end of the cat pipes, bends into the tight driveline tunnel, forms an X, then continues rearward toward the mufflers. The space inside the driveline tunnel is very tight, requiring a narrow custom X-pipe. Since we specialize in tight exhaust fitments, this was no problem for us.

After custom-fabricating the X-pipe, we welded the mufflers and used stainless steel band clamps to attach the custom-mandrel-bent tailpipes. We then welded stainless steel Magnaflow tips to add an agressive appearance to the rear of the car. This exhaust has a great rumble and really opens-up on accelleration, but is not very loud with normal driving. 


Nick's '08 Charger

Nick asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust for his Charger. We had already built or installed exhausts on Dodge Magnums, which share the same platform as the Charger. So, we were able to show Nick pictures of those exhausts, and discuss muffler choice, exhaust fitment and exhaust tips with him. Since he wanted a louder exhaust but not "too loud", he decided on Magnaflow 4"x9" mufflers. The exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube.

The unique trait of the Charger/Magnum exhaust is the X-pipe. This pipe extends from the end of the cat pipes, bends into the tight driveline tunnel, forms an X, then continues rearward toward the mufflers. The space inside the driveline tunnel is very tight, requiring a narrow custom X-pipe. Since we specialize in tight exhaust fitments, this was no problem for us.

After custom-fabricating the X-pipe, we welded the mufflers and used stainless steel band clamps to attach the custom-mandrel-bent tailpipes. We then welded stainless steel Magnaflow tips to add an agressive appearance to the rear of the car. This exhaust has a great rumble and really opens-up on accelleration, but is not very loud with normal driving. 


Nick's '08 Charger

Nick asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust for his Charger. We had already built or installed exhausts on Dodge Magnums, which share the same platform as the Charger. So, we were able to show Nick pictures of those exhausts, and discuss muffler choice, exhaust fitment and exhaust tips with him. Since he wanted a louder exhaust but not "too loud", he decided on Magnaflow 4"x9" mufflers. The exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube.

The unique trait of the Charger/Magnum exhaust is the X-pipe. This pipe extends from the end of the cat pipes, bends into the tight driveline tunnel, forms an X, then continues rearward toward the mufflers. The space inside the driveline tunnel is very tight, requiring a narrow custom X-pipe. Since we specialize in tight exhaust fitments, this was no problem for us.

After custom-fabricating the X-pipe, we welded the mufflers and used stainless steel band clamps to attach the custom-mandrel-bent tailpipes. We then welded stainless steel Magnaflow tips to add an agressive appearance to the rear of the car. This exhaust has a great rumble and really opens-up on accelleration, but is not very loud with normal driving. 


Nick's '08 Charger

Nick asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust for his Charger. We had already built or installed exhausts on Dodge Magnums, which share the same platform as the Charger. So, we were able to show Nick pictures of those exhausts, and discuss muffler choice, exhaust fitment and exhaust tips with him. Since he wanted a louder exhaust but not "too loud", he decided on Magnaflow 4"x9" mufflers. The exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube.

The unique trait of the Charger/Magnum exhaust is the X-pipe. This pipe extends from the end of the cat pipes, bends into the tight driveline tunnel, forms an X, then continues rearward toward the mufflers. The space inside the driveline tunnel is very tight, requiring a narrow custom X-pipe. Since we specialize in tight exhaust fitments, this was no problem for us.

After custom-fabricating the X-pipe, we welded the mufflers and used stainless steel band clamps to attach the custom-mandrel-bent tailpipes. We then welded stainless steel Magnaflow tips to add an agressive appearance to the rear of the car. This exhaust has a great rumble and really opens-up on accelleration, but is not very loud with normal driving. 


Nick's '08 Charger

Nick asked us to fabricate a custom exhaust for his Charger. We had already built or installed exhausts on Dodge Magnums, which share the same platform as the Charger. So, we were able to show Nick pictures of those exhausts, and discuss muffler choice, exhaust fitment and exhaust tips with him. Since he wanted a louder exhaust but not "too loud", he decided on Magnaflow 4"x9" mufflers. The exhaust uses 2.5" stainless steel tube.

The unique trait of the Charger/Magnum exhaust is the X-pipe. This pipe extends from the end of the cat pipes, bends into the tight driveline tunnel, forms an X, then continues rearward toward the mufflers. The space inside the driveline tunnel is very tight, requiring a narrow custom X-pipe. Since we specialize in tight exhaust fitments, this was no problem for us.

After custom-fabricating the X-pipe, we welded the mufflers and used stainless steel band clamps to attach the custom-mandrel-bent tailpipes. We then welded stainless steel Magnaflow tips to add an agressive appearance to the rear of the car. This exhaust has a great rumble and really opens-up on accelleration, but is not very loud with normal driving. 


Josh's '65 Coronet

Josh's Coronet is a clean car, with a 440 engine and nice red paint. He asked us to fabricate a new exhaust with dumps after the mufflers and before the axle. We recommended Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers which would give the 440 a low rumble and very noticeable sound!

This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube. We added an H-pipe crossover after the headers, and we also added extra bends before the mufflers to tuck them up closer to the body for a nicer appearance and greater ground clearance. We then added a bend after each of the mufflers to turn-down the exhaust.


Josh's '65 Coronet

Josh's Coronet is a clean car, with a 440 engine and nice red paint. He asked us to fabricate a new exhaust with dumps after the mufflers and before the axle. We recommended Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers which would give the 440 a low rumble and very noticeable sound!

This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube. We added an H-pipe crossover after the headers, and we also added extra bends before the mufflers to tuck them up closer to the body for a nicer appearance and greater ground clearance. We then added a bend after each of the mufflers to turn-down the exhaust.


Josh's '65 Coronet

Josh's Coronet is a clean car, with a 440 engine and nice red paint. He asked us to fabricate a new exhaust with dumps after the mufflers and before the axle. We recommended Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers which would give the 440 a low rumble and very noticeable sound!

This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube. We added an H-pipe crossover after the headers, and we also added extra bends before the mufflers to tuck them up closer to the body for a nicer appearance and greater ground clearance. We then added a bend after each of the mufflers to turn-down the exhaust.


Josh's '65 Coronet

Josh's Coronet is a clean car, with a 440 engine and nice red paint. He asked us to fabricate a new exhaust with dumps after the mufflers and before the axle. We recommended Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers which would give the 440 a low rumble and very noticeable sound!

This exhaust is made from 3" aluminized tube. We added an H-pipe crossover after the headers, and we also added extra bends before the mufflers to tuck them up closer to the body for a nicer appearance and greater ground clearance. We then added a bend after each of the mufflers to turn-down the exhaust.


Doug’s Dodge Magnum

Doug likes his new Magnum, but wanted to add some rumble to his exhaust. We recommended Magnaflow Magnapack mufflers, which are straight-through and feature stainless-steel construction. We removed the factory single exhaust, and added a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust system behind the stock cats. We also custom-fabricated an X-pipe that fit nicely inside the factory exhaust tunnel. Finally, we added custom tips that really change the look of the rear of the vehicle. This exhaust sounds great, with a nice low rumble at idle, opening up to a scream at wide-open throttle.



Doug’s Dodge Magnum

Doug likes his new Magnum, but wanted to add some rumble to his exhaust. We recommended Magnaflow Magnapack mufflers, which are straight-through and feature stainless-steel construction. We removed the factory single exhaust, and added a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust system behind the stock cats. We also custom-fabricated an X-pipe that fit nicely inside the factory exhaust tunnel. Finally, we added custom tips that really change the look of the rear of the vehicle. This exhaust sounds great, with a nice low rumble at idle, opening up to a scream at wide-open throttle.



Doug’s Dodge Magnum

Doug likes his new Magnum, but wanted to add some rumble to his exhaust. We recommended Magnaflow Magnapack mufflers, which are straight-through and feature stainless-steel construction. We removed the factory single exhaust, and added a custom mandrel-bent dual exhaust system behind the stock cats. We also custom-fabricated an X-pipe that fit nicely inside the factory exhaust tunnel. Finally, we added custom tips that really change the look of the rear of the vehicle. This exhaust sounds great, with a nice low rumble at idle, opening up to a scream at wide-open throttle.



Henry's '69 Valiant

Henry's Valiant has a mildly built 318 with headers and a manual transmission. It came to us with open headers and he asked us to make a new dual exhaust with dumps after the mufflers. We used 3" aluminized tube and Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, to make the mild 318 louder and meaner.

We mandrel-bent and routed the header extensions just below the transmission crossmember. We bent the driver-side extension differently from the passenger-side, to have enough space around the manual transmission linkage. After the mufflers we added mandrel bends to turn-down the exhaust.


Henry's '69 Valiant

Henry's Valiant has a mildly built 318 with headers and a manual transmission. It came to us with open headers and he asked us to make a new dual exhaust with dumps after the mufflers. We used 3" aluminized tube and Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, to make the mild 318 louder and meaner.

We mandrel-bent and routed the header extensions just below the transmission crossmember. We bent the driver-side extension differently from the passenger-side, to have enough space around the manual transmission linkage. After the mufflers we added mandrel bends to turn-down the exhaust.


Henry's '69 Valiant

Henry's Valiant has a mildly built 318 with headers and a manual transmission. It came to us with open headers and he asked us to make a new dual exhaust with dumps after the mufflers. We used 3" aluminized tube and Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, to make the mild 318 louder and meaner.

We mandrel-bent and routed the header extensions just below the transmission crossmember. We bent the driver-side extension differently from the passenger-side, to have enough space around the manual transmission linkage. After the mufflers we added mandrel bends to turn-down the exhaust.


Henry's '69 Valiant

Henry's Valiant has a mildly built 318 with headers and a manual transmission. It came to us with open headers and he asked us to make a new dual exhaust with dumps after the mufflers. We used 3" aluminized tube and Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, to make the mild 318 louder and meaner.

We mandrel-bent and routed the header extensions just below the transmission crossmember. We bent the driver-side extension differently from the passenger-side, to have enough space around the manual transmission linkage. After the mufflers we added mandrel bends to turn-down the exhaust.


Henry's '69 Valiant

Henry's Valiant has a mildly built 318 with headers and a manual transmission. It came to us with open headers and he asked us to make a new dual exhaust with dumps after the mufflers. We used 3" aluminized tube and Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, to make the mild 318 louder and meaner.

We mandrel-bent and routed the header extensions just below the transmission crossmember. We bent the driver-side extension differently from the passenger-side, to have enough space around the manual transmission linkage. After the mufflers we added mandrel bends to turn-down the exhaust.


Chris’ Dodge Dart

Chris’ Dart used to have a 318, but this car, which is raced in the King Street series, now sports a mean-sounding 440. Chris purchased an exhaust kit from a manufacturer. However, since he had headers, special tips and a driveshaft safety loop, Chris knew that some custom work would be needed to make the exhaust fit right. So, he brought this great car to Hanksville for the custom exhaust fitment.

We first hung the mufflers and shortened the H-pipe to allow fitment to the headers. The H-pipe section itself had to be specially fitted to allow clearance and adjustment of the driveshaft safety loop.

The Dana 60 rear end took up alot of space, so we modified the tailpipes to clear the large pumpkin while also leaving room around the shocks and brake lines. The fuel tank is offset toward the driver’s side, so the tailpipe clearance is especially tight in the area between the fuel tank and the leaf springs. We added two offset bends in the tailpipes to allow them to align with the correct tip locations. This provides for a clean, factory appearance for this custom exhaust.



Chris’ Dodge Dart

Chris’ Dart used to have a 318, but this car, which is raced in the King Street series, now sports a mean-sounding 440. Chris purchased an exhaust kit from a manufacturer. However, since he had headers, special tips and a driveshaft safety loop, Chris knew that some custom work would be needed to make the exhaust fit right. So, he brought this great car to Hanksville for the custom exhaust fitment.

We first hung the mufflers and shortened the H-pipe to allow fitment to the headers. The H-pipe section itself had to be specially fitted to allow clearance and adjustment of the driveshaft safety loop.

The Dana 60 rear end took up alot of space, so we modified the tailpipes to clear the large pumpkin while also leaving room around the shocks and brake lines. The fuel tank is offset toward the driver’s side, so the tailpipe clearance is especially tight in the area between the fuel tank and the leaf springs. We added two offset bends in the tailpipes to allow them to align with the correct tip locations. This provides for a clean, factory appearance for this custom exhaust.



Chris’ Dodge Dart

Chris’ Dart used to have a 318, but this car, which is raced in the King Street series, now sports a mean-sounding 440. Chris purchased an exhaust kit from a manufacturer. However, since he had headers, special tips and a driveshaft safety loop, Chris knew that some custom work would be needed to make the exhaust fit right. So, he brought this great car to Hanksville for the custom exhaust fitment.

We first hung the mufflers and shortened the H-pipe to allow fitment to the headers. The H-pipe section itself had to be specially fitted to allow clearance and adjustment of the driveshaft safety loop.

The Dana 60 rear end took up alot of space, so we modified the tailpipes to clear the large pumpkin while also leaving room around the shocks and brake lines. The fuel tank is offset toward the driver’s side, so the tailpipe clearance is especially tight in the area between the fuel tank and the leaf springs. We added two offset bends in the tailpipes to allow them to align with the correct tip locations. This provides for a clean, factory appearance for this custom exhaust.



Chris’ Dodge Dart

Chris’ Dart used to have a 318, but this car, which is raced in the King Street series, now sports a mean-sounding 440. Chris purchased an exhaust kit from a manufacturer. However, since he had headers, special tips and a driveshaft safety loop, Chris knew that some custom work would be needed to make the exhaust fit right. So, he brought this great car to Hanksville for the custom exhaust fitment.

We first hung the mufflers and shortened the H-pipe to allow fitment to the headers. The H-pipe section itself had to be specially fitted to allow clearance and adjustment of the driveshaft safety loop.

The Dana 60 rear end took up alot of space, so we modified the tailpipes to clear the large pumpkin while also leaving room around the shocks and brake lines. The fuel tank is offset toward the driver’s side, so the tailpipe clearance is especially tight in the area between the fuel tank and the leaf springs. We added two offset bends in the tailpipes to allow them to align with the correct tip locations. This provides for a clean, factory appearance for this custom exhaust.



Chris’ Dodge Dart

Chris’ Dart used to have a 318, but this car, which is raced in the King Street series, now sports a mean-sounding 440. Chris purchased an exhaust kit from a manufacturer. However, since he had headers, special tips and a driveshaft safety loop, Chris knew that some custom work would be needed to make the exhaust fit right. So, he brought this great car to Hanksville for the custom exhaust fitment.

We first hung the mufflers and shortened the H-pipe to allow fitment to the headers. The H-pipe section itself had to be specially fitted to allow clearance and adjustment of the driveshaft safety loop.

The Dana 60 rear end took up alot of space, so we modified the tailpipes to clear the large pumpkin while also leaving room around the shocks and brake lines. The fuel tank is offset toward the driver’s side, so the tailpipe clearance is especially tight in the area between the fuel tank and the leaf springs. We added two offset bends in the tailpipes to allow them to align with the correct tip locations. This provides for a clean, factory appearance for this custom exhaust.



Chris’ Dodge Dart

Chris’ Dart used to have a 318, but this car, which is raced in the King Street series, now sports a mean-sounding 440. Chris purchased an exhaust kit from a manufacturer. However, since he had headers, special tips and a driveshaft safety loop, Chris knew that some custom work would be needed to make the exhaust fit right. So, he brought this great car to Hanksville for the custom exhaust fitment.

We first hung the mufflers and shortened the H-pipe to allow fitment to the headers. The H-pipe section itself had to be specially fitted to allow clearance and adjustment of the driveshaft safety loop.

The Dana 60 rear end took up alot of space, so we modified the tailpipes to clear the large pumpkin while also leaving room around the shocks and brake lines. The fuel tank is offset toward the driver’s side, so the tailpipe clearance is especially tight in the area between the fuel tank and the leaf springs. We added two offset bends in the tailpipes to allow them to align with the correct tip locations. This provides for a clean, factory appearance for this custom exhaust.



Ron’s Dodge Magnum

Ron, another member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, bought a Borla exhaust for his Magnum and asked us to install it. We removed the factory exhaust from behind the cats and fitted the new exhaust. While the mufflers fit well, the tailpipe tips did not line up well within the cutouts in the factory bumper cover. So, we installed better hangers and took the time to adjust the tips so that they were centered. Ron appreciated our attention to detail and patience, once again proving the value of having Hanksville Hot Rods custom-fit your exhaust!



Ron’s Dodge Magnum

Ron, another member of the Highlands Ranch Hot Rodders, bought a Borla exhaust for his Magnum and asked us to install it. We removed the factory exhaust from behind the cats and fitted the new exhaust. While the mufflers fit well, the tailpipe tips did not line up well within the cutouts in the factory bumper cover. So, we installed better hangers and took the time to adjust the tips so that they were centered. Ron appreciated our attention to detail and patience, once again proving the value of having Hanksville Hot Rods custom-fit your exhaust!



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