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Dodge Charger Premium Handcrafted Exhaust Systems


You’ll always be a hard-charger on the road or track when you have a handcrafted Dodge Charger exhaust system that is the best-sounding exhaust around.
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Aftermarket Dodge Charger Exhaust Systems

Harken back to the earliest days of this legendary Dodge nameplate with a Charger exhaust by MRT. The original Dodge Charger was the quintessential luxury muscle car, and while the modern version is a four-door sedan, our performance exhaust systems recapture this glorious heritage. We designed these systems so you don't just add decibels - you change the entire tone of the sound. A replacement Charger exhaust system also opens up the exhaust gas flow to increase horsepower, acceleration and fuel mileage.

The Best-Sounding Charger Exhausts

MRT can outfit any sixth-gen or seventh-gen Dodge Charger with a premium exhaust system designed for DIY installation. Our Version 1 exhausts have a deep yet sporty muscle car sound while a Version 2 Charger exhaust is more mellow for busy city streets. If you have some open road, unleash the aggressive, unapologetic sound of a Version 3 MRT exhaust. Dodge Charger cat-back exhausts offer the largest performance boost while axle-back systems produce moderate power gains at a great price. We have exhaust systems for the Charger V6, SE, GT, R/T and even the SRT8.

If your factory Dodge exhaust has active or dual-mode exhaust valves, add an MRT Exhaust Power Plate to each valve so you don't have to tune the engine for your aftermarket system. And for those who just want to make some noise, get a Charger resonator delete for some extra pep. Every system is handcrafted in the U.S. from rustproof T304 stainless steel. Our experts can be reached by phone or live chat to put a charge in your project.


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