The tricky part is fabricating the S-pipe needed between the downpipe and the muffler inlet.
The piping from the muffler to the tailpipes was all new and bent and attached using the factory hangers.
Here's the finished work.
Close up of a tailpipe.
The sound is excellent. Very "smooth" compared to the factory, if that makes any sense. Nice deep sound when I hit the gas. It will never sound like a GT but that's not the point of this exhaust for me. The point was freeing up the restrictions in the factory exhaust with a heavy resonator and two mufflers, cleaning up the look of the rear end and getting better performance. It certainly feels like the latter goal was meant but I have no empirical evidence. Just my seat of the pants dyno.
Cost was $750. I had two other shops quote me the same price so I felt I was not being taken advantage of. Still, it was cheaper than Gibson's Catback with similar muffler setup. Plus, I trusted these guys. Especially, Hank who did the work. I could tell right away he was the perfect fit for the job as soon as we started talking. I highly recommend B&D Exhaust if you live within 150 miles of their location.
Put this on under the hood from Anchor Room. You have to request this via Email using their Contact page. Cost was $59.99 (less 10% discount for a total of $54.00. See their FaceBook page for current discount code). Easy install.
The Pony is under every 2015-2017 hood. Just remove the hood sound blanket.