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Hey all, I was wondering if an exhaust system upgrade on my 2014 Titanium 2.0L sedan would be worth it? I think the car runs great, but I was wondering if a new system would help it run cleaner/better. If so, what brands would you recommend?
 

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I was very happy with my Fswerks stealth in my 13. Nice deep tone, no rasp, fairly easy install. Only downside is cost really. They also offer a race version which is louder but other gave pointed out it tends to drone while the stealth doesn't.

Whether it's worth it us kind if up to you, I felt it was worth it.

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The borla system sounds amazing on the Focus imo. The S-type or even just the axle back from ford racing. It says its only for the hatchback but it can be easily installed to the sedan, just need to shorten it a little bit.

Not my videos but here and here are a couple of examples. Also, look into getting one of the Ram air systems available for our cars. It adds a lot of sound and personality even on just the stock exhaust!
 

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I second the Borla. Have the BorlaTouring cat back on my 13 hatch and it sounds great, no drone and its only noisy when you want it to be.
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I think they make a different one for sedan but as other poster said this should be able to work with very minor mod.
As for it being worth it, for me it was I have an exhaust system on every vehicle I own, even my Frontier (6MT)I like my vehicles to have some sound. It was expensive but being stainless steel (and Borla uses good quality stainless unlike Magnaflow) so the exhaust system should last pretty well forever.
 
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