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Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

I was just banging around the Magaflow site and saw that the Magnaflow catback is now available for the Hemi Commander heres the link http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...&cat=Commander Todd

Just a note I found it at one of the sites listed at Magnaflow, $780.00 .

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Re: Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

It's a great kit! You'll love the sound and performance out of it.
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Re: Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

I have the 4.7 soooo, I'll wait a little longer but I'm sure it's a nice piece.
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Re: Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

No pictures. No price... Is it even available yet?
Or are they testing the waters.
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Re: Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

Andretti, If you look at Magnaflows list of online dealers theres a few that listed a price, as for photos they didn't have any shown but it says now available, so I'm assuming thats the case.
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Re: Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

Hmm.... There's a Gibson Swept-Side exhaust system on autoanything.com for $410 w/ Free Shipping ... but I believe it's only for the 5.7L 4x4.


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Re: Magnaflow catback for the Hemi

I've had the prototype Gibson rear exit exhaust on my HEMI for a few months now, and am thoroughly enjoying it.

I was also checking out Thule and Yakima hitch mount bike racks and they look like they will clear the exhaust path easily, so I shouldn't have any concerns about melted mountain bike tires...

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