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2018-2022 Dodge Durango SRT 392 6.4L V8
CORSA Performance's 2018+ Dodge Durango SRT Exhaust Offering Has Arrived! The Dodge Durango SRT catback exhaust assortment is available in both "Sport" and "Xtreme" sound levels allowing the driver to tailor the exhaust system to their exact sound profile. Made from 2.75" 304 stainless steel construction and featuring CORSA's Best-in-Class No Drone RSC® Technology, this is the ultimate Durango SRT exhaust system.
CORSA's "Sport" sound level is 7 decibels (8db 2x) louder than the stock exhaust system and offers an aggressive cold start, moderately aggressive exhaust note under acceleration while maintaining stock levels of in-cabin volume.
CORSA's "Xtreme" system is 15 decibels (2.5x) louder than the stock system and noticeably more aggressive than the Sport system on both cold start and during acceleration while only inducing slightly more in-cabin volume.
All exhaust systems come with dual wall stainless steel exhaust tips and come available in both polished and black PVD coating. CORSA Performance exhaust systems are made possible through a 25+ year commitment to perfecting the "Science of Sound©" and are proudly made in the USA and backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
|Exit Style||Dual Rear Exit||Dual Rear Exit|
|Tip Style||Single 4.5"||Single 4.5"|
|Decibels (dB) over Stock||+15dB||+7/8dB|
YEARS: 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022
Shipping & Returns
KOW Performance, LLC will ship the order as soon as the parts become available. Please allow 5-7 business days for in-stock items to arrive.
Once tracking information has been provided, cancellations are subject to a 25% restocking fee, unless it is an approved claims for reason such as goods damages during shipment. Returns 30 days post purchase date will not be honored.
WARNING: Products offered for sale can expose you to chemicals including arsenic, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. The use, or installation of these products may also be illegal under the nationwide Federal Clear Air Act (42 U.S.C. § 7522(A)(3).