A Hemi with no muffler is a glorious thing to behold!
There's hardly a red-blooded car fan alive that doesn't enjoy the sound of FCA's ferocious Hemi V8 engine, and a new exhaust system from Magnaflow gives owners the option of uncorking their Hemi's full sound and fury.
Magnaflow this week announced the arrival of a new xMOD exhaust system for Hemi V8-equipped muscle cars, including the Dodge Challenger from 2017 to present, the 2015-present Dodge Charger, and the 2015-present Chrysler 300C. It covers Hemis from FCA's 5.7L unit up through the 6.2L and 6.4L variants, and best of all, the system allows customers to select the sound level and character that's right for them.
Magnaflow's xMOD exhaust for Hemi-powered Mopars gives customers a choice between xMOD Muffler Modules with straight-through cores for a bold, burbly exhaust note, or xMOD xTreme Deletes that let loose the Hemi's full, unadulterated roar. The system uses race-bred v-clamps to make it quick and easy to remove and swap between the Muffler Modules and xTreme Deletes - which is a good thing, because you're going to be violating some noise ordinances running the xTreme Deletes.
Magnaflow's xMOD system delivers just the sound you want with none of the drone, thanks to passive noise-canceling resonators tuned for the Hemi's common drone frequency range. The system also features header connection pipes to make it easy to connect a set of performance headers, and interchangeable carbon fiber-wrapped stainless tips are available.
Of course, it's not just about the sound and aesthetics, and that's where the Magnaflow xMOD exhaust goes from good to great; the system promises gains of 14 to 21 horsepower with a factory tune, which is a difference you'll feel every time you pin the throttle.
With so many awesome features, Magnaflow's new xMOD exhaust for the Hemi-powered Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger, and Chrysler 300C doesn't come cheap. The system for the Challenger, for instance, wears a suggested retail price of $2,800. But considering what you get, it's a price we anticipate plenty of Mopar fans will be okay with.