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Old 09-30-2006, 01:32 PM   #1
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Ford Racing Borla Center Exit Exhaust

Anyone have the Ford Racing Borla Center Exit Exhaust sold on the CFM site (along with the required center defuser insert for the rear bumper)? Just wondering how it looks, so some pics would be nice.


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Old 09-30-2006, 03:39 PM   #2
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Yeah Mike (b16sir1991) has it on his SVT........ you can check his photo gallery but I'm sure he'll eventually post in here.
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Thanks for the heads up S2. Nice to see the pics with it installed. When you see the pic of the defuser alone it looks like the cut out for the exhaust tip is bigger. Seems like it would tuck up under a lot more than does in Mike's pic.
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I am not sure, you'll have to ask him. Send him a PM also so he see's this thread OR just ask him about it. I remember he said it took a while to get that diffuser in, he works at a Ford Parts Area so he may even be able to help you get the items. Best to talk to him.
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i have seen the center exhaust in person. IMO the OEM exit location looks better. but to each his own. i did hear it run though. sounds great!!! and the install of the rear diffuser cannot be any more of a hassle than the SAP diffuser that a few of us installed.
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Now that I've seen a few pics, I agree, the stock location looks better. Seems like the ceter exit doesn't fit up into the defuser as far. Kinda hangs down below the car instead of tucking up nice and tight.
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I wish the exhaust had two pipes coming out (like the saleen) instead of the box-shaped tip it would look so much better.
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This is something you really need to see in person to appreciate. Theres a draw back, its expensive compared to the rest of the exhaust on the market. I love mine and i have had 3 different exhaust on my car, Borla cant be beat. The Center exhaust fits the diffuser perfectly and sounds soooo good. At idle, you almost cant tell its running if theres other cars around, driving down the road is very pleasent, not the resonating sound the others have. But when you really get down on her, man does it sound sweet. Some people may not care for the look, but i have had WAY more compliments on it than not.
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