Magnaflow Exhaust Available Now

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Saw this come out today:




I have asked if there are any dyno runs before and after. I get gains are realized as part of a whole system, but would be nice to understand what this is contributing for the price.
 
Available through Lethal Performance
 
Am I the only one underwhelmed by the sound? I get it’s a v6 and there’s only so much that can be improved on. My previous truck was a 6.2 liter v8 Tahoe that I put a corsa cat back system on. It cost 1100$ and made a huge sound improvement. This system is three times the cost and I can barely hear a change. Its a much more complex setup so the high cost is understandable.

but ultimately, meh.
 
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Am I the only one underwhelmed by the sound? I get it’s a v6 and there’s only so much that can be improved on. My previous truck was a 6.2 liter v8 Tahoe that I put a corsa cat back system on. It cost 1100$ and made a huge sound improvement. This system is three times the cost and I can barely hear a change. Its a much more complex setup so the high cost is understandable.

but ultimately, meh.
You are not, I have the same sentiments which is why I wanted to see dyno charts. Some of this Raptor stuff is becoming proportionally like Porsche pricing, making me feel im modding my gt3 again lol
 
Install video on Lite Brite's Bronco Raptor.

 
Hey, guys. Wanna share feedback on MF's cat-back exhaust system. I bought it via frsport.com and delivered it to UAE. Installation is effortless and bolt-on. Took 30 minutes or so. It's soundwise better than the stock one, but insignificant. Performance-wise, I didn't notice any changes.

However, I got a check engine fault 10 minutes after dune bashing in Baja mode, and an exhaust mode change was unavailable. The other day, the fault was gone, and, in normal mode on the road, there were no issues at all. The fault code showed exhaust flow control Valve A and Valve B errors. I assume it is because of overheating (it is fair to mention that we are in the winter season in Dubai now, and daily temperatures are about 22-24 C).

In a few days, I decided to run another test in Baja mode on the road without any heavy conditions and, voilà, the same fault appeared in 10 minutes.
I'm in touch with MF support, and they suggested changing the valves, but I'm not sure if it helps...
For the time being, I swapped the exhaust back to stock...
 

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Hey, guys. Wanna share feedback on MF's cat-back exhaust system. I bought it via frsport.com and delivered it to UAE. Installation is effortless and bolt-on. Took 30 minutes or so. It's soundwise better than the stock one, but insignificant. Performance-wise, I didn't notice any changes.

However, I got a check engine fault 10 minutes after dune bashing in Baja mode, and an exhaust mode change was unavailable. The other day, the fault was gone, and, in normal mode on the road, there were no issues at all. The fault code showed exhaust flow control Valve A and Valve B errors. I assume it is because of overheating (it is fair to mention that we are in the winter season in Dubai now, and daily temperatures are about 22-24 C).

In a few days, I decided to run another test in Baja mode on the road without any heavy conditions and, voilà, the same fault appeared in 10 minutes.
I'm in touch with MF support, and they suggested changing the valves, but I'm not sure if it helps...
For the time being, I swapped the exhaust back to stock...
Did this error disappear when you swapped the exhaust back to stock?

We've seem a similiar error when a stick lodged in the exhaust valve area and broke one of the valve connectors.
 
I just dont see any upside to adding the exhaust system.
 
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