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Old 12-02-2014
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Looking for good exhaust at a good price. I don't want it to sound like a little ricer Honda or anything. Looking for something more efficient and looks nice but isn't annoyingly loud. Any advice is appreciated!
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Old 12-03-2014
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LandonD97, for your model a lot of exhaust systems are available. But the best option is MagnaFlow - it gives you moderate sound combined with increased performance and better economy: http://www.carid.com/2007-ford-range...-35201235.html
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$560-$700, such a good price -_____-

Find a local exhaust shop and get a custom bent exhaust.
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I second going to a local shop. They have a lot of experience (most likely) and will be able to recommend something to fit what you are looking for. Plus be a hell of a lot cheaper than buying something online like the link above.
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Thanks, I think I will find a shop around me and see what they have to offer. just starting to get my feet wet with the exhaust so I don't know too much.
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Thanks, I think I will find a shop around me and see what they have to offer. just starting to get my feet wet with the exhaust so I don't know too much.
its your best option in terms of both price and options
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I installed a SS Magnaflow 2" inlet/outlet muffler the same size as the stock. Used the existing exhaust pipe being it is only a 2.3L. Cut the hangar bracket off the factory muffler and welded on to the Magnaflow. Welded the Maganflow in. Total cost was under $100.00.
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Its a 4 banger. Its gonna sound ricey.
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For a 4 cylinder, I really don't think I would even consider a different exhaust besides stock. I doubt it'll improve performance at all. I'm not even sure that I'll put exhaust on my V6. If I do it'll be a Dynomax cat back. That's the best sounding I have heard.
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