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Old 03-18-2014, 03:59 PM   #1
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Will '03 SVT exhaust fit?

Hi all,

I have an '05 focus zx3 2.0 duratec, completely stock, and I'm wondering if the entire SVT exhaust from an '03 zx3/5 (headers, cat, cat-back) will fit? Theres a couple for sale around me and I don't have an enormous budget to throw at it, so would this work? Let me know :)


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No it won't. Almost completely different system.

Header attaches to the opposite side of a different engine, nothing common there.

Cut & weld to transfer flange from the old duratec exh. and you could create a flex-back exh. system from the SVT one to fit the duratec I imagine. Hardly seems worth the effort when the rest is of no use to you.
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Old 03-19-2014, 12:01 PM   #3
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Damn, I was hoping I could pick one up quick and gain a couple horsepower. Anyone have any suggestions on how I could get something for around $100 that will help out with performance a little bit?
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$100 would be really cheap metal...try calling some muffler shops to see what they'd charge.

cheapest selling of decent exhaust will be Mandrel Exhausts

See the majority of choices of different brands offered here:
http://www.c-f-m.com/performancepart...-Backs-c79.htm
any duratec 03-07 zx3 will work
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