It’s not a theory my friend... it’s call ordering a part.If bothered to look the $2045 is for the full system, muffler, resonator, and pipe, is the description. What you see is the number 7 pointing to the rear can and being labeled 'resonator'. This is a Mopar site. Do you think it's odd that you can't provide proof of your theory?
I won’t call it a sore subject, but it’s a historic discussion, dating way back to the introduction of the Resonator on modern vehicles. When I was a young man, late 1960s, the two most discussed topics in the Automotive world was the travel of current in a Battery, positive to negative or Vice versa. The question was, which battery cable to remove first, negative or positive. And the discussion of Muffler vs Resonator.How come the resonator/muffler is such a sore subject on this site?
Either way it's actually called a silencer :-d
I have my popcorn in-hand.
Upgrading the SRT is always a tough decision. Especially if you make software changes, because you lock yourself out of Chrysler software upgrades.Indeed. I see your arguement and relative experience that makes your point. We call those items different names in Britain so I won't shed a tear for incorrect use of description :-D
-Not sure if I'd spend any money at all on performance upgrades for the srt though. I'd sooner trade-up to a GT-R or a Trackhawk as it looks very expensive supercharging this motor from the advice I've been given on this site.
Where do you stand on the accuracy of the information provided by the SRT on-board computer? Mine (Night edition) reads 0-60mph as 4.3 seconds, and the display shows 498bhp at full throttle in one gear/one occassion when red-lining up into high numbers. I'm also yet to lose a drag race
Should I believe these or roll them in sugar to sweeten the taste of the lies?
I did lots of consultations with:Did you fit all of your upgrades yourself?
I have a Borla S Type axle back for sale. $600I've got a 19 SRT, looking to improve the sound and my preference is the Borla S Type. Their website shows the axle backs for 2012-14 but reading around it sounds like it should still work on a 2019. Can anyone confirm that? If so, what is the install like?