When Dodge introduced the Borla Exhaust for Dodge Challenger Hellcat twins, well, ...
When Dodge introduced the Borla Exhaust for Dodge Challenger Hellcat twins, well, it was hard to imagine the muscle car and a four-door sedan with seating for five with 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque.
But whereas power is sufficiently adequate, a factory exhaust system connected to the 6.2L V8 left the few people cold. Be that as it may, Borla has the solution to owners not satisfied with the stock setup. And available for the 2015 and 2016 model years of a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, the exhaust systems in the video below are just what the doctor ordered.
At the present moment, Borla Performance Industries has not one, not two, and not three, but four solutions owners can choose from. On the one hand, there is the Borla S-Type cat-back exhaust with valve simulators or the active exhaust valves.
On the other hand, this company offers the Atak cat-back exhaust with valve simulators or the active exhaust valves. And what’s more, the exhaust sound can get louder with the high-performance long tube headers. Regarding pricing, you are looking at $1,506.99 for the cheapest aftermarket exhaust system from the Borla Performance Industries.
At the other end of the spectrum, $2,015.99 will do the trick for your Dodge Hellcat. The long tube headers, which are legal only for racing cars which may never be used, or registered, or licensed for use upon the highway, are priced at $1,477.99.
If you are looking for a more progressive sound from the Hellcat as far as intensity is concerned, S-Type cat-back system is the one to go for.
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