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Old 10-07-2011, 07:03 PM
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exhaust for ecoboost???

What all is everyone buyin?? Just got under the truck for the 1st oil change only to discover 2 MUFFLERS!!!! OR, maybe it is a second cat? Either way, that thing has to be choked off!
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Interesting. I am excited to see what upgrades were going to be able to do... Intake, exhaust, chip etc... I've heard that this motor is one that should stay stock but why? Cause of the turbos?
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What all is everyone buyin?? Just got under the truck for the 1st oil change only to discover 2 MUFFLERS!!!! OR, maybe it is a second cat? Either way, that thing has to be choked off!
3" pipe to flange, 2 1/2" resonator & pipe to the muffler which is 3" with 3" tailpipe, & system is straight through.
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3" pipe to flange, 2 1/2" resonator & pipe to the muffler which is 3" with 3" tailpipe, & system is straight through.
Notice any performance difference??
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That's stock, I haven't changed anything yet. Plan to remove the 2 1/2" section & replace with a straight piece of 3" pipe.
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Interesting. I am excited to see what upgrades were going to be able to do... Intake, exhaust, chip etc... I've heard that this motor is one that should stay stock but why? Cause of the turbos?
Nope it's to keep us all alive!
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stock muffler question

For anyone who has removed their stock exhaust/muffler. I guess it's straight-thru but wonder about the pipe configuration as to perforated core or louvered.
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Nope it's to keep us all alive!
So are you saying we will all die if I modify?
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So are you saying we will all die if I modify?
We'd die happy!
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Just don't make it sound like a ricer.
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I plan to keep the stock muffler if it's perforated rather than louvered, that's why I asked.
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I just want to put on a CAI.
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I just want to know what it would sound like with an after market exhaust
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The Ecoboost sounds kinda like rice to me, not surprising since it is a V6. I see Hearthrob sells a 4" exhaust for the EB but a 4" exhaust sure seems oversized but I guess the turbos help to keep the power there. Hearthrob is claiming like a 39hp increase which is a lot.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzHrxyWLTjM
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The Ecoboost sounds kinda like rice to me, not surprising since it is a V6. I see Hearthrob sells a 4" exhaust for the EB but a 4" exhaust sure seems oversized but I guess the turbos help to keep the power there. Hearthrob is claiming like a 39hp increase which is a lot.

Heartthrob Exhaust kit # 4004580 F150 2011 Ecoboost.mp4 - YouTube
Actually listening to the numbers it is far short of the claimed HP and Torque Ford states...how does this show well for this exhaust??
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