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The Ford F-150 was built to dominate the roads, and F-150 performance exhaust systems are designed to ensure that happens. Made from the sturdiest stainless steel, these exhaust systems can withstand any level of strain on the road and will not give way under intense pressure. You can drive the F-150 in the rockiest of terrain or under muddy water and the custom exhaust will still come out roaring victoriously. But just what makes custom exhaust systems so good? The fact that they are modeled on a completely different concept from the stock exhaust system does. They are much bigger and lighter than the stock exhaust system, so built to maximize the flow of exhaust gases from the engine, a process that enhances power output. Fit your F-150 with an exhaust system built for its engine and watch your engine power output jumps by as much as 15%.

You’ll easily find an exhaust system that is right for your car at CARiD, where the variety of exhaust systems for Ford F-150 models is staggering. Virtually every performance exhaust manufacturer of repute made an effort to outdo the competition in manufacturing top-of-the-range performance exhaust systems for the F-150. With giant manufacturers CGS, MagnaFlow, Corsa, RBP, Gibson, aFe, MBRP and Banks each parading superior quality Ford F-150 exhaust systems for you to pick, choosing an F-150 exhaust does become an overwhelming indulgence. Good thing is once you are done picking from all the fabulous options available, you’ll soon be consumed by the thrill of just how different your car feels, looks and sounds. Add improved gas mileage to the greater torque, polished looks and throaty sound you get and you will quickly begin to see all that you’d been missing all along.

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    • Performance Exhaust Systems
      Here's A 'Tip': Exhaust Tips Are An Easy Way To Dress Up Your Tailpipe
      Performance exhaust systems give you improvements in power output, sound levels, and appearance, all in one package. But let's face it: not everyone has the spare change to buy and bolt up one of these kits. So you soldier on with what you have. And that may be a tired-looking exhaust system that is still functional. You've spent all day washing and waxing the vehicle's paint and chrome to perfection, but no degree of elbow grease will make that tailpipe look better.
      May 17, 2016
    • Performance Exhaust Systems
      Are Headers Worth The Performance Improvement?
      Engines have often been compared to air pumps, because the engine that’s most efficient in terms of economy and power is the one that can get air in and out of its cylinders the easiest. That’s why most performance modifications like conical air filters, cold air intake systems, headers, and cat-back exhaust systems are aimed at making the intake and exhaust systems less restrictive. These parts increase the flow of air into the engine and ease the flow of exhaust gas out of the engine. Among these components, headers may be the most difficult to install. In this article, we’ll discuss what headers do, their different types, and how much performance they can add to your car.
      August 18, 2015
    • Performance Exhaust Systems
      Are X-pipes and H-pipes Better Than Straight Pipes on Dual Exhaust Systems?
      You may be wondering why so many aftermarket performance exhaust system manufacturers are offering dual exhaust systems connected by "H-pipe" or "X-pipe" sections. After all, aren't two separate pipes, or so-called "true duals", the best for performance? The answer is no, but to understand why we have to examine how a typical internal combustion engine works.
      August 18, 2015
    • Performance Exhaust Systems
      Power, Sound, Looks | Can I Have It All With a Cat-Back Exhaust System?
      It's an age-old question that many have asked. Will an aftermarket exhaust be worth the expense? While they definitely can be, an important question to ask yourself is do you care more about the deeper sound they’re designed to produce, or the added performance gained from being less restrictive? As car enthusiasts, we’ve become accustomed to associating the sound of a car with its exhaust. After all, doesn’t everyone have a childhood memory or two of a car and the particular sound it made?
      August 17, 2015
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      Pickup Truck Cab And Bed Sizes Are Important When Selecting Accessories
      Americans love to have choices. Buying a dress shirt? Decide solid or stripe, short or long sleeve, cotton or poly blend, button or spread collar, regular fit, slim fit, or big & tall. How about a meal at your favorite steak house? Will it be porterhouse, T-bone, or sirloin? Cooked rare, medium-rare, or medium? With baked, mashed, or French fried potatoes? Thirsty for a fancy cup of coffee? Let's not even get started on options that let you end up with a "grande caramel macchiato with 1% low-fat milk, 2 Splendas, and an extra espresso shot".
      April 17, 2015
    • Replacement Exhaust Parts
      Direct Fit vs. Universal Mufflers
      Regardless of whether you're shopping for a simple replacement muffler that delivers original equipment (OE) sound and performance or an upgraded muffler which provides a deeper growl with increased power through freer exhaust flow, you'll see choices between "direct fit" mufflers and "universal" mufflers. In this article, we'll help you understand the differences between these two styles so you can make a more informed purchase.
      August 01, 2014

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    Ford F-150 Performance Exhaust Systems Reviews

    Average rating:  4.5  4.5 - 31 reviews
    4 of 5
    1998 F-150 XLT
    Installed on a 1998 F150 XLT single cab, 5spd manual, 4x4 with EGR, 145,000 miles (roughly). Reason I purchased the headers was because a crack in my original headers which was about an inch long, centimeter wide on the passenger side. The installation would have been a lot more easy if the engine wasn't so dirty. I had a total of six bolts break off inside the block and had to drill some out, weld on them, and use a bolt extractor. Had to replace both o2 sensors (up stream). Very easy to put on once engine was ready. Looks good and put the stock exhaust back on with the help of a lift with a 2x4 board going across to the other side. Once the truck started up there was a lot of smoke from weld marks, engine cleaner, WD-40, and other compounds. New headers work better than imagined. More quiet than ever before and seems to run a lot smoother. Before the work was done I was running open headers with a misfire somewhere in the engine. If you're going to install yourself I suggest also installing new plugs, o2 sensors (up stream & down stream) and a new EGR valve. Only part I was disappointed in was that it took almost five weeks after I ordered the headers to get them.
    CPosted by Christopher (Fargo, ND) / February 18, 2016
    1998 Ford F-150
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