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PPE Engineering Ford Ecoboost Downpipes

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Old 08-23-2014, 01:14 PM   #1
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Before you buy your next set of downpipes make sure you read!
From PPE:

PPE Engineering Ford Ecoboost Downpipes

Highest quality downpipes available for the F150 Ecoboost, Taurus SHO, Explorer Sport and Flex Ecoboost.


• 100% TIG welded
• TorcTite formed exhaust clamp
• 5” round heavy metal catalytic converter
• Laser cut 3/8” stainless flanges
• 16 gauge 304 stainless steel tubing
• Optional ceramic coating
o TIG welding produces a stronger better looking weld than MIG welding
o TorcTite formed clamps seal better than the standard clamps
o Protects pipes from added stress and cracking
o EPA/OBD2 49 state legal
o No CEL / no need to trick ECU.
o Largest, most efficient catalytic converters available
o Stronger than the standard thinner and stamped flanges
o Better quality than factory tubing and stronger
o Adds a thermal barrier that keeps heat in and exhaust velocity up
o Increases hp and spool up
o Stays Looking great and doesn’t discolor like raw stainless steel
• Easy bolt on installation
• Reduced back pressure and faster spool up

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