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2007 Ford F-250 Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

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MBRP Exhaust Systems Reviews


MBRP Installed

Reviewed By Scott H (Clarksville, TN) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-250 —8/12/2013 6:54 PM

Installation is fairly simple. With an assistant, the installation will go much quicker. Exhaust has a small "drone" at highway speeds, but easily masked by the radio. Exhaust really sounds good starting at 30% throttle and just gets better to WOT. Loud when you want it to be, quiet during normal driving. EGT's reduced by about 60 degrees overall , and I have not noticed any MPH gain. Turbo charger spools quicker and EOT and ECT are more stable. Highly recommend

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Banks Monster Exhaust System Reviews


2007 FORD F-250 BANKS EXHAUST

Reviewed By Ted S (Corpus Christi, TX) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-250 —3/16/2010 3:00 AM

THIS IS A MUST FOR YOUR 2007 F-250 6.0. THE SOUND IS AWESOME (AFTER GUTTING THE CADILATIC CONVERTER), DIDNT RUN THE TRUCK ENOUGH WITH JUST THE EXHAUST, AS I ADDED A SCT PROGRAMMER AS WELL, BUT MY FUEL MILEAGE WENT FROM AN AVG OF 9.5 MPG, TO 12.2. MY TRUCK HAS A 6" LIFT, WITH 35's. BUT, OVERALL, WITH THE COMBO OF THE PROGRAMMER AND THE EXHAUST...... BIG DIFFERENCE !!!!!!!!!!!!! ----- A MUST !!!!!!

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Flowmaster Exhaust Systems Reviews


Not as easy as as it sounds

Reviewed By Thomas R (CAROLINA SHORES, NC) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-250 —8/5/2016 12:06 PM

The installation was pretty straight forward. The three sections on the drivers side were a pain in the back side to get lined up properly(which they still aren't)In order for the passenger and driver side to be equidistant from the truck centerline and be level the drivers side actually touches the spare tire. As a result the drivers side exhaust pipe hangs about an inch lower than the passenger side to give me clearance from the spare.

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