Chrysler Exhaust Parts

Malfunctioning exhaust parts can really cramp your style while driving your Chrysler vehicle down the road! To make matters worse, noise pollution laws in most states and provinces often times makes the loud “Mmmmmm-Baaaaa” “Brrrrrrrrr” noises your vehicle's currently making a fine-able offense, with a potentially large ticket attached to it. The dealer is notorious for charging crazy high prices for OE exhaust parts. We're here to restore your faith in original equipment parts, giving you a place where you can get factory exhaust components like OBDII and CARB compliant: catalytic converters, manifolds, flex pipes, and mufflers that install, perform, and last just as well and long as the expensive dealer parts!

You don't have to look much further than Mopar for OE performance and quality. Heck, they are the dealer part. The only difference is that we don't charge you excessive fees and markups like the dealer does (i.e., freight, storage, “capitalism”). Mopar's exhaust pipes, clamps, and manifold replacements will fit just as you'd expect and are offered at extreme savings – with an additional 20% off the top just for you! Other great manufacturers you'll find here include: Dorman, Genuine, Nippon Reinz, Bosal, Spectre Performance, DEC, and Ishino. These are all the same guys who make factory production parts for most of the major domestic and foreign car makers. You really can't lose – on price or quality!

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Regardless of whether you're shopping for a simple replacement muffler that delivers original equipment (OE) sound and performance or an upgraded muffler which provides a deeper growl with increased power through freer exhaust flow, you'll see choices between "direct fit" mufflers and "universal" mufflers. In this article, we'll help you understand the differences...
Headers are installed because the stock exhaust manifolds usually flow poorly. An exhaust header has individual tubes for each exhaust port, allowing each exhaust pulse to flow unobstructed from the cylinder head. The tubes on headers are usually larger in diameter than the runners on an exhaust manifold and the tubes are mandrel bent for gradual radius bends.