**EDIT** - Me and this truck were involved in an accident on 10/15/09. I was T-Boned by a drunk driver on the Driver's side of my truck. It was estimated that the other driver was doing about 45-55 mph at the time of impact. Luckily I walked away with only minor injuries. The other driver was ok also, but was sentenced to 5 years in prison on multiple charges, main one being Child Endangerment as she had an unrestrained 2 year old in the car with her at the time of the crash. They attempted to repair the Ram, however I was never satisfied and ended up trading it in.
My Ram will be missed.
Interior sound of a Flowmaster 50 HD on an 07 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7L Hemi. It's a long boring vid, you can hear the MDS kick in at the 1:09 - 1:10 mark...
Interesting comments, haven't checked them in quite a while.. But I'm glad everyone likes my visor... Geezz, glad you got the point of the video.... Anyway to answer a few questions, no new Ram, bought a commuter car for work, just turned 100k miles on it in under 2 years, a truck is just not feasible with my line of work, my vehicle expense check just barely covers fuel/upkeep on my HHR, and I really can't see having another vehicle payment just for it to sit in the driveway. I did buy an old 77 Dodge M880 military truck that I use around the farm. Surprisingly it gets almost as good of gas mileage as my Ram did. To those comments that say this is a boring video, it's purpose was for everyday driving experience with the exhaust. The amazing thing about YouTube is you're able to click off of any video at any time, so I invite you to do so... When I researched this exhaust I was unable to find this kind of video, so I thought I'd throw one up.
Dodge, Ram, Flowmaster, 50, bcw, 757