Ford Performance Cat-Back Exhaust System Touring Stainless Steel 2-3/4" Dual Rear Exit With 4-1/2" Chrome Tips 145" Wheelbase SuperCrew F-150 Raptor 2017-2020

Ford Performance:
M-5200-F15RTC

Highlights

  • For 145" Wheelbase
  • Features Smooth Mandrel Bends
  • Dual 4.5" Chrome Tips
  • Made In The USA
MSRP $1,845.00
$1,642.00
You save 11%

Ford Performance 2-3/4" Stainless Steel Dual Rear Exit Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System with 4-1/2" Chrome Tips for 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 SuperCrew F-150 Raptors with a 145" Wheelbase.

When you're on the hunt for a new aftermarket cat-back exhaust for your 2017-2020 SuperCrew F-150 Raptor, look no further than this Ford Performance Stainless Steel Dual Rear Exit Tour Cat-Back Exhaust System from CJ Pony Parts!

Features & Benefits:
- Fits 2017-2020 SuperCrew Cab Raptor F-150s with a 145" Wheelbase
- Aggressive Exhaust Note: 50-State Drive-By Noise Legal
- Tuned with One 3" Passive Exhaust Valve that Provides Optimal Performance, Aggressive Sound, Durability and an Exciting Driving Experience
- Made Out of High-Quality 304 Stainless Steel
- Comes with Dual Rear Exit 4-1/2" Chrome Exhaust Tips with Embossed Ford Logo
- 2-3/4" Exhaust Pipe with Ultra-Smooth Mandrel Bends and Warp-Free Flanges
- Installation Does Not Require Removal of Spare Tire

This Ford Performance (M-5200-F15RTC) 2-3/4" Stainless Steel Dual Rear Exit Touring Cat-Back Exhaust System is made out of 304 stainless steel and comes with dual rear exit 4-1/2" chrome exhaust tips that are embossed with the Ford logo! This cat-back exhaust also features ultra-smooth mandrel bends and warp-free flanges, and it's tuned with one 3" passive exhaust valve that provides optimal performance, enhances durability and gives you an exciting driving experience. Even better? You won't have to remove your spare tire to install this system, and you'll love the way it looks and sounds after you're done putting it on your pick-up!

Please Note: If you want to install this on a 2017-2020 Raptor with a 133" wheelbase, you’ll also need to order the right mid-pipe. Please see CJ Pony Parts # M5248F15R133.

By buying your Ford Performance parts from CJ Pony Parts, you know you're getting your Mustang parts from a reliable, reputable dealer, since CJ Pony Parts is a Top 10 Ford Performance Dealer and has been for the last 10 years!

Installation Videos

Video Transcript

Without a doubt the exhaust sound of the new Raptor is definitely a hot topic right now. Now while the truck outperforms the previous model in pretty much every category, a lot of people don't like the sound of the V6. Now if you follow our videos here at CJ's, we know when it comes to exhaust we do as many options as possible so you can hear them before you make a purchase. So today we're going to install this Ford Performance Bi-portal exhaust on our 2017 Raptor.

Ford Performance once again teamed up with Borla to produce this stainless steel exhaust system to fit your 2017 Raptor. Now this is going to be the touring version, which will be a little bit more quieter than the sport version, which we'll cover later. This is a full replacement system from the Cat back. It's available with your choice of a polished tip, a black tip, or a carbon fiber tip. For this installation, you'll need a lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8" ratchet, 10 mm socket, 13 mm socket, 15 mm socket, short extension, and an exhaust hangar removal tool.

Before I begin the installation, I want to mention these systems are designed for the Super Crew pickup truck, the factory four door pickup truck. If you have a Super Cab, the extended cab version, you will have to buy a separate pipe for installation. Now the truck already had an after-market exhaust on it, so we removed that part of the installation. We'll begin the installation of our Borla by installing the resonator. Now what you'll want to do is you want to tighten the bolts on the resonator evenly. So you want to get somebody else to hold the pipe and keep it centered while you put the bolts in and tighten them down. I wonder to start by just tightening this clamp up just to hold everything in place.

All right, now we're going to put a clamp over the resonator. You want to make sure the nut is facing to the outside of the pipe and down, and now we're going to put the mid-pipes on. The mid-pipe without the hanger goes towards the drive shaft. These will probably have to be adjusted later, so we're just going to snug them up for now. I'll do the other pipe as well. Put the clamp on, again not facing outside. In this case you put the pipe up into place, you want to put it up in the hanger as well. Again, just snug them up.

Install a set of clamps on the muffler assembly with the nuts facing down to the outside. To put this on, you're going to actually go over the axle first, then move forward. Again, you're going to need to have some help for this part. Now we'll snug these clamps down as well. I'll start with the driver's side tailpipe. Put the cross over pipe into place, make sure you put a clamp on it. To get the rest of the tailpipe installed, we'll remove this hanger to give us more room to work. I'll grab the tailpipe, I'm going to put a clamp over the back of it. Then start by putting it through the hanger in the back, and connect to the mid-pipe. Now we're going to grab the hanger we removed earlier, and put it up into place.

Now we're going to go back and snug up the clamps. Now we're going over to the passenger side. Do the same thing, remove the hanger. Now for the passenger side, in addition to getting the hanger off the frame, we're going to remove the hanger back here where the tip is as well. We're going to put a clamp on. Again, with it facing out so we can get to it, and we're also going to put on the hanger. Now we're going to install the hanger on the frame. Now we'll snug this one up, go back through make our adjustments, and tighten everything down. And your installation is finished.

All right, let's see how it sounds. Now keep in mind this is the touring version. Ford Performance also offers a sport, which will be the same tone, but more volume. So far it sounds a little bit louder than stock. We'll take it out and see how it sounds on the road. My first impression of the Ford Performance by Borla Touring is that I'd say it's one step above a stock exhaust. It's definitely not loud, it's not obnoxious, which the touring never is. On the Mustangs it was the same way. It was good tone, it was a good sound, but it wasn't over the top. This system is kind of the same way.

When we get on it, you definitely can hear it. It does have that V6 EcoBoost sound. It's like there is unfortunately not going to be any holy grail exhaust that converts the V6 into a V8. Just I don't think it's going to happen at this point. The EcoBoost, you know the 3.5 has been out now for seven model years, and all of the exhaust systems they've made for it up to this point all kind of have the same kind of tone. It's just the way that engine is going to be made, but if you want probably one step above stock without that obnoxious hollow sound some of the systems have, this would definitely be a good choice.

Like most of the aftermarket systems, you do hear more turbo. You get more turbo sound out of it than the factory system. This one with the resonator and the muffler we knew it wasn't going to be over the top loud, it definitely isn't. I mean cruising, we're doing highway speeds right now, no drone, no nothing, just barely even know it's back there until you downshift a couple gears, and then all of a sudden it wakes up. It's probably about 2,500 to 3,000 it actually gets kind of a deep tone. Now once it gets above that, then it just gets a little louder, then that kind of goes away a little bit. So for normal cruising and your normal shift points would be, it does have a nice deep tone in that range.

Vehicle Fitment

This product will fit the following F-150 years:

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