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Old 01-13-2017, 10:50 PM  
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Exhaust system for 2015 SE sedan?

Anyone have a cat-back exhaust system for their Mk. 3 focus SE sedan? I was looking at the Flowmaster Force II but CarID only had it for the hatchback model. Not looking to spend more than $700. Thanks. Pic attached of car in question.


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You could go to an exhaust shop and have them weld you on a 40 series Flowmaster muffler on and replace the resonator with a different one, should be practically the same thing and you save some money that you can put elsewhere


Also CarID is a bad place to buy stuff from IMHO , they overcharge and mark everything up like crazy, just my two cents on that

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You could go to an exhaust shop and have them weld you on a 40 series Flowmaster muffler on and replace the resonator with a different one, should be practically the same thing and you save some money that you can put elsewhere


Also CarID is a bad place to buy stuff from IMHO , they overcharge and mark everything up like crazy, just my two cents on that

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That is definitely a possibility. Do you have any experience with FSWERKS products? They make one specifically for sedans but I'm worried it might be too ricey.

I want something deep sounding, not too obnoxious.
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You could go to an exhaust shop and have them weld you on a 40 series Flowmaster muffler on and replace the resonator with a different one, should be practically the same thing and you save some money that you can put elsewhere


Also CarID is a bad place to buy stuff from IMHO , they overcharge and mark everything up like crazy, just my two cents on that

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How about an FSWERKS stealth or race exhaust?

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The FSWerks stealth isn't ricey but you could do the suggested muffler shop and probably save a few hundred for the same end result.
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Moved to Duratec TiVCT Performance section.

Most of the exh. info. is in here.
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The FSWerks stealth isn't ricey but you could do the suggested muffler shop and probably save a few hundred for the same end result.
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How about an FSWERKS stealth or race exhaust?

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You could go to an exhaust shop and have them weld you on a 40 series Flowmaster muffler on and replace the resonator with a different one, should be practically the same thing and you save some money that you can put elsewhere


Also CarID is a bad place to buy stuff from IMHO , they overcharge and mark everything up like crazy, just my two cents on that

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Thank you guys for the help.
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