Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust System Stainless Steel 3" With 5" Gunmetal Tips F-150 Raptor 2017-2019
Corsa Stainless Steel 3" Cat-Back Exhaust System with 5" Gunmetal Tips for all 2017-2019 F-150 Raptors.
One of the best ways to give your 2017-2019 Raptor a louder and more aggressive exhaust note while also boosting its performance is with this aftermarket Corsa Stainless Steel 3" Cat-Back Exhaust System that comes with 5" Gunmetal Tips!
Features & Benefits:
- Add to Corsa 2-3/4" X-Pipe Resonator Delete for Extreme Sound Level
- Sport Sound Level
- Made of 304 Stainless Steel
- Patented Reflective Sound Cancellation Technology Creates Drone-Free Exhaust Sound at Cruising Speed
- Custom-Tuned, Aggressive Exhaust Note Styled Specifically for Your Raptor
- 3"-Diameter Tailpipes Include Strategic Clearance and Heat Shields
- Flows 11.15% Better than Stock and 9 Lbs. Lighter than Stock
- Easy Bolt-On Installation: No Welding Required
- Includes 5" Stainless Steel Gunmetal Dual-Walled Straight-Cut Exhaust Tips
This Corsa (14397GNM) Stainless Steel 3" Cat-Back Exhaust System comes with heat shields and 3"-diameter tailpipes that will maintain the appropriate clearance. This system uses patented reflective sound cancellation technology for a drone-free exhaust sport sound level at cruising speed. The exhaust note is actually custom-tuned for 2017-2019 Raptor F-150s and is that loud, bold and aggressive sound you want to hear! Not only that, this Corsa cat-back exhaust flows 11.15% better than stock and weighs in at 9 lbs. lighter than stock. Installation is an easy bolt-on process that won't require any welding. You'll also get 5" stainless steel gunmetal dual-walled straight-cut exhaust tips with your order.
*Gunmetal is a black brushed look.
With the performance exhaust products from Corsa, you can get some major performance gains plus, with their patented RSC technology, get reduced exhaust drone in your cabin while cruising.
Order a Corsa (14397GNM) Stainless Steel 3" Cat-Back Exhaust System with 5" Gunmetal Tips for your 2017-2019 F-150 Raptor from CJ Pony Parts today!
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The F-150 Raptor is an absolute monster from the factory, but the factory exhaust is a bit quiet and restrictive, so today we're going to be installing this Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust on our 2017 F-150 Raptor. This Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust is designed to be an easy direct fit replacement for the factory exhaust. It's made of high quality mandrel bent 3" or 4" stainless steel tubing with a high flow muffler, and gets finished off with a pair of five in gun metal tips for a custom look. Today, we're going to install it on our 2017 F-150 Raptor.
Tools you'll need for this installation: a lift or a jack and jack stands, 10mm socket, 3/8" ratchet, 15mm socket, 1/2" ratchet, 10mm wrench, and you might need a hammer.
To install this Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust, we have to remove the muffler and tailpipes. We're going to start off with the muffler. To remove the tailpipes, you need to remove the brackets that secure it by removing the two 10mm bolts. Remove the bracket on the other side. Then remove this bracket for each tailpipe and the tailpipes can be removed. The factory muffler can now be removed. This sleeve clamp on our factory muffler need to be removed. In order to remove it, you need to pry up on this metal tab right here with a Flathead screwdriver then slide it off.
Okay, we have the factory system completely removed. Now we can install our new Corsa Muffler. To install this muffler, we're going to slide it into these front pipes on the resonator and this hanger. The hanger back here, we're going to have to remove to slide it onto the muffler. Slide the sleeve clamp into place. Remove the bolt holding on this hanger. Slide it out. Slide it on the exhaust. And reinstall it. Slide a clamp over each outlet on the muffler. Install the passenger's side outlet pipe. Then the driver's side outlet pipe. Take the hanger from the passenger's side tailpipe and install it onto the Corsa pipe. Then you can install your hardware to secure it. Remove the hanger from the driver's side tailpipe and install it onto the Corsa pipe. Then install your hardware on the bracket like you did for the other side.
Finally, install your tailpipes onto the over axle pipes with the provided clamps. And then don't forget to install the bracket on the very end. Install your bracket at the end of the tailpipe with the hardware. Once you get the bracket on, tighten down the hardware. Do the same thing for the other tailpipe, then you can go back and tighten all your clamps. Okay, we have the exhaust fully assembled now, we're going to come back up front, tighten all the clamps and work our way back. Finally, install your exhaust tips. All right. Let's hear how it sounds. Okay. We got our Corsa Cat-Back Exhaust installed. It sounds a lot more aggressive and it's a lot louder than the factory exhaust. I'm loving these gun metal tips. And actually this exhaust installs a lot easier than the factory came out. Installation should only take about an hour and 45 minutes to two hours. And before you know it, you'll be heading off road.