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392 OEM Exhaust Rear muffler

BillJean2022

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Hello New to the forum recently purchased a 2022 392 and I am looking to see if anyone is selling their removed OEM exhaust or maybe a retailer with stock.. Really only needing the rear muffler portion. Ordered online from two Mopar dealers and both cancelled due to back order issues.
It is Mopar P/N 68483791AI MUFFLER-EXHAUST. Thank you
 
Yes probably easier to find once the Borla system is out....nothing wrong with muffler just want to have it powder coated black and swap out.
 
If you are just wanting to take it off for powercoating, you could take whole muffler and pipes off, plug vacuum tubes and put turn down tips or short straight pipes on the pipes that muffler attaches too. This would be loud, but safe while you are getting your muffler powdercoated and then just put it back on.

May not really be that bad. I think the borla system is straight piped after the mid mufflers in loud mode. You would still have mid mufflers on...............

Just a thought.
 
appreciate your comments and yes that could very well be an option if I don't have any luck....I am still leaning towards buying one to have it powdered and keeping the original in case one day I want to sell and put back to original. Anyway thank you for the suggestion.
 
This is from 392 for sale group on Facebook
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I know this YouTuber took his off to straight pipe his 392 (and it sounds like garbage imho). He may want to sell it cheap to make room in his garage. Worth a shot to send him a note.

 
Thank you... I will get in contact with him....appreciate the information
He also happens to be in Middle Tennessee (my old stomping grounds) so he wouldn't be too awfully far in terms of shipping that heavy beast.
 
Yes probably easier to find once the Borla system is out....nothing wrong with muffler just want to have it powder coated black and swap out.
Can powder coating withstand exhaust heat?
 
Can powder coating withstand exhaust heat?
Absolutely, if the correct powder and process is used. I have had powder coated headers on my muscle cars and bikes.
 
Absolutely, if the correct powder and process is used. I have had powder coated headers on my muscle cars and bikes.
When I first got my 392 last year, I had to do something with the muffler, so I painted the rear face with highheat flat black paint. I am considering painting the exhaust pipes as well just to get the visible exhaust components to disappear into the shadows.
 

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When I first got my 392 last year, I had to do something with the muffler, so I painted the rear face with highheat flat black paint. I am considering painting the exhaust pipes as well just to get the visible exhaust components to disappear into the shadows.
Honestly, if I were going to do this (I'm not), this is the way I would do it. I wouldn't bother with the cost and downtime of powdercoating for the factory muffler, but again, to each his own. A good high temp header paint would work fine... especially considering the fact that the muffler is going to take a beating when you get out on the trails. :)
 
Thanks for the great idea! I’ve had my 392 for 3 weeks and just couldn’t stand the look of the muffler (but I love the sound). I just had the muffler and tips painted with flat black cerakote. It was pretty inexpensive and should be durable up to 2000 degrees.
 

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Thanks for the great idea! I’ve had my 392 for 3 weeks and just couldn’t stand the look of the muffler (but I love the sound). I just had the muffler and tips painted with flat black cerakote. It was pretty inexpensive and should be durable up to 2000 degrees.
They look great! I’m definitely going to finish painting mine. Thanks for the pic.
 
I was thinking about what to do with the big silver ugly muffler. There are skid plates that will cover it.
I had painted the tips and sides black with HT high temp black and I wrapped the muffler in a bronze tone header wrap.
Worked for me but might not be for everyone
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I was thinking about what to do with the big silver ugly muffler. There are skid plates that will cover it.
I had painted the tips and sides black with HT high temp black and I wrapped the muffler in a bronze tone header wrap.
Worked for me but might not be for everyone
That's pretty cool, where'd you get the bronze muffler wrap?
 
There are different colors and shades of bronze header wrap available, Jegs, Summit or Amazon should have what you need. AND it does make a big difference in how much heat gets into the small storage bin
 
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