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Difference between mid muffler delete and rear muffler delete

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Ok excuse my ignorance but this 20 Charger Hellcat sounds quieter then my 16 Challenger Hellcat, both have stock exhaust. So Im thinking about a muffler delete in order to get a little more sound. Ive searched for a sound clip or anyone comparing the two deletes but did not find anything. Can anyone give me some insite?
 

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For me, it feels like a mid-muffler delete gives it a throaty roar with low rumbles.
A rear delete sounds more like it’s less refined and can get a little raspy from what I’ve heard.
But I’ve never had them side by side to compare.
 

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The mid muffler delete is real loud under full throttle. But cruising highway speeds is fine and has no to very little drone. Nothing that bothers me because the rear mufflers have the active valves that close when cruising to quite it down.
Not sure the difference but I’d rather keep the active exhaust. Deleting the rear mufflers would probably be the same or maybe a smidge louder than leaving your car in track mode.
 

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