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Discussion in '5.7L HEMI Exhaust' started by Trish, Oct 8, 2017.

  1. Trish

    Trish New Member

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    My HEMI:
    Chrysler 300
    Model Year:
    2010
    Trim Lvl?:
    300c Hemi
    Transmission?:
    5-spd Automatic
    I currently have the stock exhaust, but I really like the sound of the Flowmaster 40 series after watching a few you tube videos. I want to eventually install these, but I have a couple of questions first. Are the Reso's at the rear & actual mufflers just behind the cat? Also, can I just replace the mufflers or do I need to do an entire cat back system?

    Thanks!

    Trish
     
  2. jkelly16

    jkelly16 Driving the Dream! Moderator

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    Yep, reso's are at the rear. If your ride has the 5.7 be careful if you decide to remove the reso's as you could end up with a bad drone when the car goes into 4 cylinder mode.
     
  3. Trish

    Trish New Member

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    5-spd Automatic
    Thanks for the clarification! I have no intention of removing the Reso's. A few years ago I owed a Challenger with the 3.6L Pentastar & I made the mistake of removing those. Worst drone ever! So I should just be able to replace the mufflers behind the cats then?

    Trish
     
  4. jkelly16

    jkelly16 Driving the Dream! Moderator

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    Yeah, a lot of people replace those without any issues.
     

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