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I’ve had it installed a little over a week now. Installation is pretty straight forward. I was able to do it all solo in the garage using some 6 1/2 inch ramps for the rear end and having the exhaust hanger grommet pliers is highly recommended. The sound is great and I expect it to get a little better as the exhaust breaks in. I originally wanted the black tips, but the chrome tips look beautiful as well. My only complaint: the welds look pretty amateur for the price. For what you’re paying, I’d like to see some better welds, I don’t remember my previous Corsa exhaust having such low quality welding. All in all it’s a great system and the sound level is perfect. Nice deep rumble without being gaudy. Hopefully we can see a carbon fiber tip option in the future. I’d happily purchase those.
Bought a Pre owned 2014 Durango RT RWD a year ago which has Corsa Exhaust already installed and OmyOmy What a difference over Durango RT with stock exhaust, breathes and sounds Soooo much better. 14,000 miles later, Love the exhaust tone, Not obnoxious running sane or cruising at 95 though is very pronounced at full throttle up & down through the gears with a Fabulous Burp when upshifting! Icing on the cake for a truly awesome driving, riding and handling 100+ mph tow vehicle, and they call it a Truck? Having owned several Suburban's and a few Roadmaster Wagons, This car is a blast!! PS throw in a set of Michelin Premier LTX 275/45VR20s for some added Excitement. Work Tow Haul Carry Drag Pull Play & Perform; Looks, Feels & Sounds Great Doin it!! Gotta be a Station Wagon
This system performs Better than I expected!
Have Corsa on a Ram Rebel and a Durango R/T.. Best Sound Hands Down... I rather listen to Exhaust tone instead of the Radio