2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Screams Like the Devil with a Magnaflow Exhaust

Many things can be said about 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. From being the fastest production four-door sedan in the world to making use of its 707 HP to redeem the 4-door “feature”, this Dodge has plenty of things to be proud of. Its exhaust voice is obviously one of them, but there will always be people for whom the “more is more” rule applies.
2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat on dyno 1 photo
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The aftermarket world is happy to cater to the needs of this category and the latest example of this kind comes from the video below. The footage shows us a Charger Hellcat that has been gifted with a Magnaflow exhaust system.

Being put through its dyno paces, the blown 6.2-liter V8 screams like a true son of Lucifer and this is the main asset here.

Sure, the extra power mentioned by SeriousHP, the aftermarket specialist who installed the hardware, is also important. The team explains the new exhaust brings a gain of 36 hp and 35 lb-ft (47 Nm). Moreover, the video includes a dyno chart, so we can see how the extra muscle is spread.

However, the company doesn’t mention whether an ECU remap was used to achieve the values above. Our money is on a positive answer.

Regardless, the output increase is no big deal. People had been strapping blowers to Hemis for years, but the top asset of the Hellcat is the streetable, warranty-covered power. And when you have a car that smokes the rear tires up to an including third gear, do you really need more?

Perhaps, but only when that refers to ridiculous 1,000 HP outputs, the kind we’ll definitely see in the future.

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