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post #1 of 23 Old 09-04-2015, 02:25 AM Thread Starter
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2017 Raptor to have true dual exhaust...

The new Raptor is supposed to have a 4 inch exhaust and true duals.

Who here thinks the sound will be deeper and angrier than a regular EB F150?
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From what I know that sort of exhaust setup is what would achieve that sound so it's probably safe to say that will be the end result. Plus seeing how they have a much more developed performance division... this is something that could help the Raptors character to slot in perfectly
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I've heard a few true dual exhausts before but I'm not sure if they were 4 inch or not. They sound nice and deep.
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I've heard a few true dual exhausts before but I'm not sure if they were 4 inch or not. They sound nice and deep.

4 inch exhaust...that's pretty big. Hmm...could be indicative of at least 500hp?

It would be nice.
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Would you guys ever consider getting an aftermarket exhaust system or even to go custom?
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Would you guys ever consider getting an aftermarket exhaust system or even to go custom?
For me...I would wait and see how the new system sounds. Might sound good stock...and nice enough for me.
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The dual exhaust sounds like it will be good. Will wait to hear it. I would sooner mod other things before the exhaust system.
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The dual exhaust sounds like it will be good. Will wait to hear it. I would sooner mod other things before the exhaust system.
Exactly what other things are you planning to do before exhaust?
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i think its roush now offering a system with a tuneable note



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I'm hoping the sound is more closer to the new Ford GT sound, that would be cool.
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