These New Borla Exhausts Put The 'Hell' In Hellcat


These systems make the Hellcat twins sound even more amazing.

The Dodge Charger and Challenger Hellcat twins already pack a 707-horsepower 6.2-liter supercharged V8. If you need more than that, you may actually be a bit insane, but Borla Exhaust certainly has you covered. The company now offers not one, but two different exhaust styles for the 2015 and 2016 model year Hellcat Challenger. (We expect that a system for the Charger will be developed shortly.) Each of these exhaust systems can also be supplemented with long tube headers for $1,477.99, but these are not street legal.

The first exhaust shown in the video is the Borla S-Type cat-back exhaust. There is also the Atak cat-back exhaust. Each system is available with valve simulators or active exhaust valves and each offers a different sound profile.

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The S-Type system is the more low-key option, but it certainly sounds pretty impressive. For a more "in-your-face" and raspy sound, the Atak system is preferred. Both systems make use of three-inch pipes and both utilize the Hellcat's stock exhaust tips. These exhaust systems are made from durable T-304 stainless steel and come with Borla's industry leading million mile warranty. We absolutely love both systems, and the attention to detail from Borla is very impressive. It is great to see that a company focuses so much on sound to make an already awesome car even better.

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