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Old 08-15-2010, 08:26 PM
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Need to make my platinum louder

I just bought a new borla exhaust for my '09 platinum but it;s not loud enough for me. I also have a tuner, cold air intake, throttle body spacer, 33" micket thompsons, and leveling kit. Pretty well got everything I want but I need a way to make it louder. ANY SUGGESTIONS
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I just installed MBRP Dual Rear Exit Cat Back for 390.00.
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i love borla. i have an 03 cobra and i have the borla stingers on the cobra. borla makes a catback system for our trucks. anyone have their setup?
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Just cut the muffler off and pipe out..... cheapest and better sounding than a magaflow
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Just cut the muffler off and pipe out..... cheapest and better sounding than a magaflow
Not! If thats what you want- great. Personally when I had my exhaust off before the custom duals, I didn't care for it at all. But thats just my .02. Welcome aboard
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I know that this is an old thread revised, but I wanted to add some info about out cat-back systems.

We offer a single exhaust: P/N 39486 using is our Ultra Flow Welded muffler Stainlees Steel.
Dual Outlet: P/N 395000 using a dual outlet Ultra Flo Welded muffler.

VT system (No drone!) P/N 38486 single outlet.

On the systems using the UFW we saw a gain of 17 HP and 18 TQ. This is stock exhaust vs a F-150 equipped with our system.

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Just bought a 09 F-150 with a 5.4L and need to help it breath. So many options and would like to hear some suggestions. Dual or single. Header recommendations also welcome
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As far as sound breathing looks with stainless steel tips dual magna flow are unreal.
MagnaFlow,Corsa,Flowmaster 40 series & 70 Series,Walker Stainless Steel,it all depends on the sound you want,I am standing behind Magnaflow all stainless steel.
Heres a list with some info for you.
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I know that this is an old thread revised, but I wanted to add some info about out cat-back systems.

We offer a single exhaust: P/N 39486 using is our Ultra Flow Welded muffler Stainlees Steel.
Dual Outlet: P/N 395000 using a dual outlet Ultra Flo Welded muffler.

VT system (No drone!) P/N 38486 single outlet.

On the systems using the UFW we saw a gain of 17 HP and 18 TQ. This is stock exhaust vs a F-150 equipped with our system.

Made in USA!
Stainless Steel construction.
90 day Performance and Sound Guarantee. If you aren't happy within the first 90 days return it for a refund!
Limited Lifetime Warranty as well

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Could you provide a dyno chart to back that up? I'd be interested to see where in the power band those gains were. I'd also like to know what the truck dynoed was equipped with (year, engine, etc). I love the sound of Dynomax and used to have Race Magnums on my old truck, but I couldn't see spending the money on my new truck, as I am hesitant to believe power gained claims over stock on newer vehicles.
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^^^ I was thinking the same thing actually
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