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Magnaflow
406
22.16%
Borla
163
8.90%
Flowmaster
478
26.09%
Cherry Bomb
66
3.60%
Straight Pipes
84
4.59%
Roush
117
6.39%
Banks
55
3.00%
Melatone
0
0%
Ford Racing
16
0.87%
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447
24.40%
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Old 05-30-2018, 02:32 PM
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Hey, Im starting to look at my options for a dual out the rear exhaust on my 13 ecoboost. Im worried about check engine lights popping up an so on. I was wondering if you had had any problems with yours and what you recommend I do.
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Hey there, coming to this thread for some insight. I will be purchasing an exhaust soon and Im not sure which I should go with. My immediate concern is drone in the cab while cruising. However I want something at start up, idle, acceleration, etc... that sounds badass, mean, throaty, you know what I mean. Any ideas on which route I should go?
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Old 06-11-2018, 09:21 PM
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Borla SType, zero drone, the more and longer it heats up, the better it sounds.
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Full agreement with the post above. I just installed a Borla S-Type and it's absolutely perfect! No drone at cruising, can be stealth mode if you need to be or you can really make it scream if you prefer. I've tried the following before the Borla:

- removed stock muffler and just ran the stock resonator - too raspy and drones
- MBRP dual cat-back - sounds great at idle and around town on light throttle - way too loud if you're WOT and at cruise, the drone was very bad
- "custom system" - kept the dual outlet pipes from the MBRP, put the stock resonator back on and switched the MBRP muffler for a Magnaflow SIDO. More reasonable volume than the MBRP system, but sounded muted and still had a bit of resonance in the cab at certain loads.

All this to say, I should have ponied up the money for the Borla in the first place, would have actually saved money in getting to the right answer!
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Old 06-13-2018, 01:55 PM
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I just entered the world of Borla, with the Touring exhaust on my 3.5 EB. It took about 2 hours to remove and replace the exhaust from the flange back. Not too difficult other than my old body doesn't like crawling under cars as much as it used to.

I was going to have it done at a local shop. They quoted $150 for 2 hours. That was incentive enough to dust off the jackstands and pull out the socket wrenches.

Sound is nice - pretty much as predicted by the Borla web site. At some point, I can throw together a short video. My quick attempt to video it with the phone resulted in tons of wind noise and no sound from the exhaust.
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Any recommendations on an aftermarket exhaust for a 3.5 naturally aspirated? Don't want it to sound like a ricer. Most of what I see online deals with the 3.5 ecoboost and wasn't sure of the sound difference?
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