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Old 01-07-2013, 02:04 AM   #271
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I have had a Mustang and sold it 3 months after buying it. A modded Mustang is a dime a dozen. I'm sorry you are old and have to chase "poontang". Me personally, I don't have to chase it... I just go home where it is. I am not faking anything. I know that the Focus is only, yes only 160hp. I simply stated that when I want more noise, not massive power, I take the rear section off. Enjoy your Focus how you will. I was simply letting other people who are interested know what can be done.
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:57 AM   #272
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I have a track prepared Mustang (Kooks headers high flow cats .. ect...) and a Focus as a DD. I love the fact my Focus is so quiet ... I just wish it had the look of dual exhaust. If I could keep the sound the same (very quiet) I would do a dual exhaust conversion and have the bumper modified to except it.
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I've been looking over this thread after getting my 2013 Focus Titanium and wanting dual exhausts. I think I'll go with the Dynomax Super Turbo 17739 to do mine. Muffler is only $68 and can get some tips, should be able to get it welded up and all for under $200. I liked the way the aluminized super turbos sounded on my 92 Taurus SHO, gave it a good resonance.
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So after looking at this thread, I think I'm going to go ahead and order my parts to build my own exhaust. I'm think of a similar idea using a borla muffler but I'm not going to use the transverse kind.

I'll be cutting off the stock cat back just, getting rid of muffler #1, #2, and #3, running 2.5'' pipe all the way back, into a resonator where #2 muffler would be at, and then back into a Borla muffler.

I'm thinking that I'll get the Borla 40348 -- 2.5'' inlet, dual 2.5'' outlets


Use these 3.7'' rolled titanium tips


And have the muffler shop fab up an exhaust that looks something like the FSWerks exhaust, but tucked up more after cutting out the bottom of the bumper and be a true dual outlet with slightly offset titanium tips...
What I am envisioning it to look like in MS Paint



Hopefully I'll have enough room to squeeze all of that under the rear bumper.

Question for you Borla guys, what is the difference between a notched muffler and an un-notched muffler? For example the Borla 400485 and 40348 are both 2.5'' inlet, dual 2.5'' outlets, same dimensions, but one is almost $30 more because it is notched? What are they talking about?



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Old 03-18-2013, 03:11 AM   #275
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So after looking at this thread, I think I'm going to go ahead and order my parts to build my own exhaust. I'm think of a similar idea using a borla muffler but I'm not going to use the transverse kind.

I'll be cutting off the stock cat back just, getting rid of muffler #1, #2, and #3, running 2.5'' pipe all the way back, into a resonator where #2 muffler would be at, and then back into a Borla muffler.

I'm thinking that I'll get the Borla 40348 -- 2.5'' inlet, dual 2.5'' outlets


Use these 3.7'' rolled titanium tips


And have the muffler shop fab up an exhaust that looks something like the FSWerks exhaust, but tucked up more after cutting out the bottom of the bumper and be a true dual outlet with slightly offset titanium tips...
What I am envisioning it to look like in MS Paint



Hopefully I'll have enough room to squeeze all of that under the rear bumper.

Question for you Borla guys, what is the difference between a notched muffler and an un-notched muffler? For example the Borla 400485 and 40348 are both 2.5'' inlet, dual 2.5'' outlets, same dimensions, but one is almost $30 more because it is notched? What are they talking about?



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they have this ... incase you were wondering..

http://www.carid.com/2013-ford-focus...s-5228819.html

or am i completely wrong?
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:15 AM   #276
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Does anyone know of current dual exhaust catback systems? Bolt on ofcourse... no welding.. Also for Australia not America. Shipping is going to cost me alot..
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Yeah, shipping to Oz is freakishly expensive. I just sent a guitar to Caringbah earlier this month. Half a grand in shipping alone, not including what my friend paid in import duties. Crazy.
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Old 03-18-2013, 07:38 AM   #278
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yeah gna have to be a custom afterkmarket job it seems.. 800$ is what ive been quoted thus far..
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:47 AM   #279
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Сделал себе разводку, насадки от MG-RACE M1-90SA ( 90мм х L120мм)
Made a layout, extension of MG-RACE M1-90SA (90mm x L120mm)

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