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    Default leaving the car original?

    Im having a tough time not putting on exhaust/other things on my r/t. I want to keep it as stock as possible hoping this car will keep its value over the years.... However my buddy works at a muffler shop and can do super44's for under 500.

    Help me pick some things out....

    I want 50 more horse with doing as little noticeable as possible.

    thanks!

    -Kyle
    09 R/T

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    MrKrisSullivan is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    Easy, bolt-ons... that's your answer, I'd say a cold-air induction and a tuner program would do just that, on top of that I wouldn't worry too much about an exhaust ugrade as that's one of the most common things, I don't think that will scare to many people away from buying something... The other stuff you can just re-install the factory products...
    Ohhh where do you live??? I want some super 44's for my truck... I've got Flowmasters now but it's been 5 years and I was thinking about buying new chrome tips, maybe I'll just re-do the whole exhaust, I love the 44's... Man I want you to get them so I can hear what they sound like[:-]
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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    im in washington state... the great state of "OH THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A 6 SPEED R/T"

    hehe. I proved them wrong
    09 R/T

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    Default RE: leaving the car original?


    ORIGINAL: MrKrisSullivan

    Easy, bolt-ons... that's your answer, I'd say a cold-air induction and a tuner program would do just that, on top of that I wouldn't worry too much about an exhaust ugrade as that's one of the most common things, I don't think that will scare to many people away from buying something... The other stuff you can just re-install the factory products...
    Ohhh where do you live??? I want some super 44's for my truck... I've got Flowmasters now but it's been 5 years and I was thinking about buying new chrome tips, maybe I'll just re-do the whole exhaust, I love the 44's... Man I want you to get them so I can hear what they sound like[:-]

    oh and far as cold air intakes, should i go with the mopar one? Or what?
    09 R/T

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    Challenger One is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    Add what you like that can be bolterd on save the original parts not a problem down the road as far as car value enjoy the mods

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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    I like the mopar cold air intake and i cut the stock exhaust off within 5 miles. Has magnaflows and the mopar cai and i love it. This winter its getting the diablo tuner or i may go vortex for the supercharger.
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    mopar2ya is offline Senior Member
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    Cold Air Intake, Cat Back Exhaust and Diablo tune should get you there no problem. Save your stock stuff and you can get back to stock in half a day any time you want to do so.

    I went with the Mopar CAI and Zoomers cat back. Still awaiting the tune...

    Where you at in Washington Kyle... North Bend here...

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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    im just south of everett, in mill creek.

    edit: PS. how does the mopar cai sound? Did you notice a difference? And how much are those runnin?
    09 R/T

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    dpas1973 is offline Member
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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    my personal opinion adding things is a big waste of time and money i have spent like 5k extra and really only picked up 55hp. i have put on the mopar cai, magnaflow exhuast,diablo tune, then i went to a guy to dyno and create a custom tune and that cost 1200.00 and after it was said and done i hade 380hp at the rear wheel. i also put the engine strut brace on that was like over 400.00 and i also threw a few other accessories on.
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    Andre@Edge is offline Senior Member
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    Default RE: leaving the car original?

    dpas,
    Far from money wasted my friend. Now add high flo cats, an X pipe and the cnc ported 84mm TB and you will see the total gains.
    You are restricted at the cats, and the stock X weave. A couple steps away from seeing the best gains from the parts you have bolted on....
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