Anyone plan to upgrade their exhaust on the 2.0?

Bdub

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The fake engine sounds in sport mode got me thinking. Is anyone planning on pulling the fake sound fuse and upgrading to an exhaust that has a little deeper sound? Asking for a friend. LOL



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YES.. The Bronco is in great need of a voice (exhaust upgrade). It kinda reminds me of the stock exhaust on my Yamaha Kodiak. I fixed the Kodiak with a Barkers system, so I'll await a suitable system for the Bronco.
 

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On my old Focus ST (2.0L turbo) I just went to a good exhaust shop and had them replace the resonator with a straight pipe, so I only had a CPE high-flow cat and the stock muffler. That ended up being just the right amount of sound for me, without droning on the highway.
 

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On my old Focus ST (2.0L turbo) I just went to a good exhaust shop and had them replace the resonator with a straight pipe, so I only had a CPE high-flow cat and the stock muffler. That ended up being just the right amount of sound for me, without droning on the highway.
Always a perfect combo, dont need much more than that anyway.

Anyone release anything yet?
 

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Since the sound is “piped in” I think you can achieve all of this by simply turning up the bass on the stereo system. :crackup:
 

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