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Has anyone had any luck finding an after market exhaust system. I've contacted Flowmaster, Gibson, and Borla with no luck. Any ideas?
 

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I was just gonna get a muffler welded in but have decided i like the sound the rebel produces and will stick with it for a little while.
That's really the only choice as of now. Stock is okay but if you want the deep mean sound then after market is the way.
 

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I've always liked Corsa Exhaust Systems.


The Borla sounds good also:

They do but there's no after market exhaust currently for the Rebel. The guys from Flowmaster and Borla said it would be a couple of months before they could get their hands on a Rebel and build one. I had a Borla on my 2010 Ram but the clamps kept coming off from the exhaust system.
 

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Did the companies you contacted say why their ram 1500 exhausts they already have won't fit? Everything on the truck is the same as 2009+ except for the grille, bumper and tailgate.
 

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^-- Not sure but i also need to crawl under there and see if they have the same Flattened Y pipe issue of the other years.
 

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Did the companies you contacted say why their ram 1500 exhausts they already have won't fit? Everything on the truck is the same as 2009+ except for the grille, bumper and tailgate.
No they didn't give a reason. They just said that haven't seen the Rebel yet. The question is if all the 2015's come with the 4 corner air suspension then those should fit the rebel. Just like you said not much has changed but I'm not willing to dish out another 1k just to see.
 

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Im pretty sure it's different. I've been under Ram 1500's and my Rebel. Huge difference.
The last dodge I owned and traded in was my 2010 Ram 1500 and there's a difference but I don't know what the difference between a regular 2015 Ram 1500 and the Rebel. I'm sure I can get a pipe shop to costume bend some pipes and weld something together because I'm not a huge fan of bolt on exhaust system as I learned from Borla system.
 

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Check out Stainless Works. high quality. I was looking in doing a true dual exhaust system with headers and electric cutoff a at the headers. ( have fun with the law :)
I spoke to them and they will develop one. The one thing Is the air ride. Can we get away with it. Not sure yet but they will have a look at one. And how it effects a BDS lift kit as well.
 

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I'm pretty sure the only difference other than what I already posted is that the Rebel sits one inch higher than a regular 1500. My 2013 RAM 1500 longhorn had the 4 corner air suspension.

The way to find out is to see if the factory exhaust on the Rebel has the same part numbers as any other 1500 with duals.
 

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I took this video this morning for the tonneau Cover discussion but the truck was running so this is what my stock Exhaust sounds like
 

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I almost feel like I should go with magnaflow only because I've had 3 exhaust kits from them and never had any issues and they've all sounded great. Go with what ya know I guess haha
 

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I just did a muffler replacement. Out with the factory, in with the Magnaflow. All pipes and tips are stock. Welded right in with no fitment issues at all. Magnaflow part # 12278. Not sure if it increases performance at all, but it sure sounds good.

5 x 8 OVAL 12278
 
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