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Stock Exhaust -vs- Mopar Race Exhaust (pics & video)

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by rtigert, Jul 31, 2008.

  1. Luvgoinfast

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    Sounds awsome man I never heard that exhaust before. Good choice in music also.
     
  2. Fast Viper

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    Great comparison, you are SPOT on with the sound clips! Mopar race exhaust is awesome, I noticed a big hp increase with the stock exhaust off, and the mopar race on! Love mine!
     
  3. Simms

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    Sounds great! Who makes the exhaust for Mopar?
     
  4. dragon rider

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    Sounds awesome. Nice and thoaty.
     
  5. rtigert

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    I've heard that it is/was Borla ?
     
  6. Simms

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    Just wondering, I believe Borla did the Gen 2 exhausts for Mopar as well.
     
  7. pteam

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    Is there only 2 cats on the race system instead of 4?
     
  8. rtigert

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    There are NO cats on the Race system.
     
  9. pteam

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    What are those inserts in the tubing near the begining, opposite side of the tips?
     
  10. 09 Venom

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    Sounds awesome. Two questions. Do you know the weight savings with the Mopar and Does it come with a street version.
     
  11. rtigert

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    Those are flex joints, just like the factory units.
     
  12. rtigert

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    More than 30# weight savings

    Yes, a street version is available. It is a catback system. Uses 2.5" pipe, instead of 3" and a bell style tip -vs- slant cut straight. Can be bought for just over $500. IIRC, weight savings on the street system is about 20#

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  13. 09 Venom

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    Very nice..thank you
     
  14. paul4137

    paul4137 Viper Owner

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    What is the part # for full race exhaust?

    Do you buy it from dodge dealer or best place?

    Will it pass emisions? I live in MA just want to make sure I could still get a sticker.

    Thanks:2tu:
     
  15. Stretch

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    That sounds fantastic! Bonus points for the Skynyrd too, I love that song.
     
  16. Vipermann

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    To clarify:

    The 3" Race system does not come with cats. However, the Random Tech cat-with-elbow-pipe (available from JonB) fits well with the Race system. You only need to cut off about 4"-5" from the back length of each elbow pipe, and then you have a perfect 3" Race system with cats -- better than the Mopar 2.5" 'Street' system, IMO.

    I did this to my 2005, and found I liked the sound better than B&B or Corsa Track, both of which I had tried and removed.
     
  17. Hayabusa

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    Sounds fantastic. Ditto on the earlier " does it pass emissions" question. Also, did you keep your poppin' ? Thought I heard a few in there. It's part of the Viper's character and I'd like to make sure I don't loose my pops when I change exhaust set up.

    Thanks for posting the clips!!!
     
  18. rtigert

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    I seriously doubt that it would pass ANY emissions check, due to the removal of all 4 cats.

    Yes, there is still popping on decel. Only it sounds much better without being chocked down :D
     
  19. Hayabusa

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    Duhhhh....I was so distracted by the sound clip I didn't even think about the cats. The mind is so weak when it just wants something to work! Thanks for bringing the logic back.

    Stronger popping....damn, I need a hook up at the DMV!!!
     
  20. kennyhemi

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    Those are the same exhaust the comp coupe comes with, mopar recommends you install computer p4510172AB and cam p4510171 with this exhaust. the computer bypasses the skip shift feature and post cats oh2 sensors. The computer and cam are on back order until sometime in September I was told by mopar performance. If you want to install the exhaust system without the computer and not get a check light leave the post oh2 plugged in and route them out of the way. works like a charm!
     
  21. rtigert

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    Yep! No codes. :smirk:
     
  22. Kc Gray

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    As asked before, where is the best place to buy?
    This is one of the few things I think I'll do to my viper in the near future.
     
  23. SylvanSRT

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    JonB PartsRack Online Shopping - Home

    Its the best place to buy just about anything for a Viper at the best prices !
     
  24. Jeff Monheim

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    Hello does anyone know if putting the Mopar full race exhaust system on and leaving the O2 sensors plugged in and safely tied up out of the way will work on the 08s without throwing a code????
     
  25. kennyhemi

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    I have not done it on an 08 yet! but I would think it would work the same as an 06 . I guess you can try to remove the post oh2 sensor from the 08 exhaust and run it a while and see if it flags any codes (eng.check light)
    when I say remove, I mean from pipe not connector. if no codes then your good to go!
     
  26. Jeff Monheim

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    Thanks I did not think to remove them from the stock set up as a test.:rolleyes: Sometimes you just overlook the easiest things! Thanks!:2tu:
     
  27. kennyhemi

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    Glad to help, here's the part number for the race exhaust if you want to go that direction P4510176
     
  28. ASASN

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    Have the Race system bolted to B&B Headers on my car....absolutely love 'em!! Only thing I wish it had was a nice tip, but I understand, it is a "race" exhaust......& that can easily be cured....


    Peace!
     
  29. rtigert

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    Due to the SS side sills being wider than factory, the supplied tip configuration wouldn't work for me. I built my own exit. It is definately UNIQUE ~ with Jeff's sill configuration! :headbang:

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