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2007 Ford Explorer
Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

2007 Ford Explorer Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips

Not sure which 2007 Ford Explorer Exhaust, Mufflers & Tips are right for you? We have over 11164 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I absolutely love my new system, the installation was easy (the hardest part was removing the OEM single piece system), and the look is awesome. That's nothing compared to that grumble when I turned the key, it had me grinning like a little kid." —Nicholas F from Cape Coral, FL bought a Magnaflow Exhaust Systems for a 2007 Ford Explorer.

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Gibson Exhaust Systems

Perfect sound and looks

I'm in love with how the sound is "perfect". It's not too loud or quiet, but when you want it to be heard, it's heard. View more reviews...
Posted By Dylan D (Hewitt, NJ) / October 24, 2017
2007 Ford Explorer
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Magnaflow Exhaust Systems

my sport trac is now grown up

best investment ever!Had trouble taking the old one out, but only took me about 45 minutes to install the new. Now my 4.6 2007 sport trac sound and reacts like a full size truck. Compliments the cool air intake like a charm. View more reviews...
Posted By leo a (Houston, TX) / May 6, 2008
2007 Ford Explorer
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JBA Cat4ward Headers

Absolutely beautiful!

The headers installed perfectly, no leaks or re-tightening needed. A little difficult to reach some of the flange bolts on the drivers side but not the headers fault... it's tight in the 94's engine bay on the that side. View more reviews...
Posted By Robert T (Metropolis, IL) / January 9, 2019
1994 Ford Explorer
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