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250CE-a Challenger 5.7L 2 1/2" resonator delete auto. only
250CE-a  Challenger 5.7L 2 1/2" resonator delete auto. only

Our Price: $124.95

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Product Code: 250CE-A

trans. type

transmission type*:
Automatic transmission


#250CE a

fits: 2009-10

5.7L R/T Challenger


* applicable sales tax and shipping are not included in the price

2 1/2" Resonator Delete exhaust kit

includes both left/right pipes

2-Accu-sealŪ clamps

2 1/2" Mandrel bent Aluminized steel tubing.

A good amount of exterior and interior sound, lots of drone.
Delete kits are not intended for the average person, they are loud and obnoxious.
If you like your music loud and don't care about your neighbors, this is for you.

Re-use your stock tips and clamps
Tips are NOT included.


2 1/2" tubing

Mandrel bends

kits that will fit this car:

Loudest to quietest:
350CE 3" resonator delete
250CE-L a 2 1/2" resonator delete
250CE a 2 1/2" resonator delete
MF250CE-L a 2 1/2" Magnaflow Glass Pack
MF250CE a 2 1/2" Magnaflow Glass Pack
GP250CE-L a 2 1/2" Louvered Glass Pack
GP250CE a 2 1/2" Louvered Glass Pack
GP225CE a 2 1/4" Louvered Glass Pack
#MF49CE a 4x9" Magnaflow
#MF49CE-L a 4x9" Magnaflow

* applicable sales tax and shipping are not included in the price

Each pipe will require one cut and then clamps in place.

Fedex and USPS for domestic shipping. USPS for International, APO & FBO.


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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 14 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
2012 Challenger R/T Classic May 29, 2016
Reviewer: Anthony Benavidez from Milwaukee, WI United States  
I was excited to get my BB resonator delete kit... It arrived quickly and had easy to understand instructions.

At idle, it sounds beautiful, when manually shifting gears it sounds fantastic and when manually down shifting it's a thing of beauty.

Drone does occur at certain times but once you get to cruizing speed, you hardly even notice they are there.

Only one problem I've noticed is that I'm getting alot of backpressure when I take off slower and it seems to choke the engine a bit... I've not driven with them long enogh to narrow down the specific instance.

I don't know if this issue is related to the MDS but I only feel it when running full auto... I do not feel this when paddle shifting.

Overall, this is a good solution if you don't have the money to throw a full cat back system in.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
'09 R/T Challenger with CAI + tune September 16, 2015
Reviewer: Darz from IL, USA  
After looking at everything exhaust related and listening to YouTube examples of what they could do I finally decided to bite the bullet on the BB res deletes, figuring that if I didn't like the sound I could just ebay them off and get a cat-back or something else later.  Did the self install, turned the engine over and was greeted with a velvety smooth rumble.  Damn these things sound fine.  My car now has the growl and snarl of a classic Hemi, and cruising round town sounds like a ticked-off Incredible Hulk huffing under the hood, ready to thump someone he doesn't like.  The drone is definitely there when cruising on the highway, but it's controllable by finding the right rev range.  And to those thinking of buying these but worried that they might not be able to do the installation, well, I'm a mechanically challenged college professor so if I can pull it off, I'm pretty sure you can too.  Hats off to BB for making these things.  Simply a ten out of ten from me.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
09 Challenger w/6spd manual August 23, 2015
Reviewer: Brad Slamans from SC United States  
Went back and forth for a while on whether to do the full resonator delete. Definitely glad I went for it! Has that classic Hemi sound now that the car always deserved.  As many have said before, it's a small price to pay for a great mod to your car.  Has a deep rumble from 2-4,000 rpm and then between 4,000-6,000 rpm it has what I call the classic HEMI rasp - it definitely turns heads. Again, if you like your windows down and hearing your engine roar this is the kit you're looking for.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
14 Challenger Blacktop w/6spd manual December 23, 2014
Reviewer: Tom from livingston, IL United States  
Truly an awesome product. Great sound for a very small price. Installation was a breeze. It literally took 45 minutes from start to finish with nothing more than a sawzall and a couple of sockets.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Automatic 5.7 Challenger Blacktop sounds great! July 1, 2014
Reviewer: Erik from Georgia  
Great fit, great instructions, easy to install. Me and my 13yo son installed them in under 2 hours. I read many things before buying these. Lots of worry about drone on the automatics. There is drone from 1900-2000 RPMs, but the car never stays in that range for longer than a few seconds, it always downshifts to a lower range. When cruising on the Interstate you can hit another drone at a 2200 when going up a hill, but you can step on it a bit to get out of it. Probably due to the MDS. Overall though I don't think it is as bad as I have read from other reviews. It also could be that mine is a blacktop edition which has a different rear axle ratio. Overall great buy and very happy. Now it sounds like a true V8 with close to 400HP should sound :)

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