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Dodge Challenger Premium Handcrafted Exhaust Systems

Live for Mopar power and sound by ramping it up with an MRT Dodge Challenger exhaust system that’s made of T304 stainless steel for the highest quality.
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Aftermarket Dodge Challenger Exhaust Kits

With an MRT performance exhaust, it takes as little as 60 minutes for your pony car to grow up into a powerful wild horse. Our third-gen Dodge Challenger exhaust systems are designed by a team with over 35 years of OE and automotive engineering experience. We understand cars, and we understand sound - and we use that to give your Challenger an unmistakable howl.

Bolting on one of these exhaust produces a deep muscle car sound like that of the original full-size Challenger. By reducing exhaust flow restrictions, MRT also produces notable gains in horsepower and fuel efficiency. It's one of the most effective custom upgrades you can give to any vehicle!

American-Made Challenger Exhaust Systems

Every single MRT Dodge Challenger replacement exhaust is handcrafted in the U.S. from aircraft-grade T304 stainless steel. A Version 1 Faux Tip Challenger Axle-Back Exhaust produces a sporty rumble and solid power boost while being the easiest type of system to install. To let out the thundering herd in the heart of your Challenger, add a Version 3 Challenger Axle-Back System. Our Challenger Hellcat Cat-Back Exhaust with DMS is the most complete system we sell and even has quad tips.

MRT has Challenger V6 and V8 exhaust systems with large tubing and straight-through mufflers. The Resonator Delete is an affordable sound-only improvement, and for engines with active or dual-mode exhaust valves, add an exhaust power plate so you don't get a check engine light. Our systems can be installed at home with no special tools needed to Hear the Difference, Feel the Performance and Get Noticed.

Dodge Challenger FAQs

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