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Gthause on a 3.6l v6?

Alright guys, i know this might be a stretch now but i absolutely love the exhaust system that gthaus came out with for the srt. I've read that all stock exhaust systems are the same for v8, v6, and eco diesel. Does that mean that it will work and sound good on the v6?
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:52 PM
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Re: Gthause on a 3.6l v6?

it will work....but why spend $3300? get the ful magnaflow catback for the v6. My wifes Durango had it and it sounded awesome. the GTHaus isn't gonna make your v6 sound like the 6.4. Theres no replacement for displacement....as the old saying goes
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Old 04-03-2014, 06:14 PM
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Re: Gthause on a 3.6l v6?

Im inclined to agree with scott on this one. Yes the gthaus is nice, but I cant justify spending 3k on an exhaust. Even my fully custom exhaust is way cheaper than that at around 900 for headers back. Yes I have headers on a 3.7.

Ive heard the magnaflow on the 3.6. It sounds great. Ive heard the dyno max too. Its a little louder and more raw sounding but I like an aggressive setup. Id spend the 6 or 7 hundred on the magnaflow and use what you saved and get a cai and a tune.
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I agree with the two posts above. While it should work seems like a lot of $$ to spend when there are cheaper alternatives that will also sound awesome. My 0.02
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Re: Gthause on a 3.6l v6?

Really appreciate all the responses guys!! Thanks so much!
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Really appreciate all the responses guys!! Thanks so much!
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