Next project is the opposite end of the intake. Maybe this should go in a departure angle or rear bumper or exhaust thread ?
1. Remove OE muffler and piping back to catalytic converter.
2. Remove rear fascia below hitch.
3. Install new rear bumper.
4. Install MagnaFlow Exhaust #10416 after catalytic converter with creative piping (maybe up and over instead of down and under cross member)
5. Reuse existing hanger hardware
6. Maybe add skid plate between gas tanks and on rear PTU.
End result is a clean rear end with a performance exhaust and maybe a little growl. See photos.
That sounds pretty expensive but I like it. I would do a slight lift before that, but that's me. The TH already sits at a decent enough height for me though so maybe this would be a fun project. I don't like the stock muffler on the V6 TH. It's huge.
How much welding is involved?
From friends with different vehicles, they sure love their Magnaflow exhausts. They do sound nice. Of course since not Track Hawk exists yet putting in a better intake and exhaust are about the only real options for any performance tweaks. They probably don't add much but allowing the V6 to breath better at both ends is nice, though as with motorcycles the post catalytic options are more about the sounds and the looks.
Too bad you can't put headers on the engine. In states where emissions aren't checked annually that would make for a lot of improvement but FCA made the V6 so headers an not be installed.
Because of the high snow/salt Winters this isn't an option for me.
With the Compass TH out and looking as something I wouldn't buy, but I could see others buying, these are things they could do to improve the I-4s performance. Their 0-60 is 9.4 seconds. Horrible for entering freeways.
Keep us informed. Let us see many pictures.
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