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  • 2J-Racing

    6 2.10%
  • Borla

    6 2.10%
  • Cobb

    58 20.28%
  • Custom Performance Engineering

    24 8.39%
  • FSWerks

    30 10.49%
  • Magnaflow

    6 2.10%
  • MBRP

    57 19.93%
  • Milltek

    11 3.85%
  • MRT Rally Sport

    6 2.10%
  • Scorpian

    4 1.40%
  • Injen

    11 3.85%
  • Modern Automotive Performance

    11 3.85%
  • Mountune

    19 6.64%
  • Custom

    17 5.94%
  • TSUDO

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  • Other

    20 6.99%
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    Which Fiesta ST Exhaust System did you purchase?

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    • 2J-Racing
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    • Magnaflow
    • MBRP
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    2J Racing with the catless downpipe
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    MBRP in 409 Stainless
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    Mods: Cobb AP, Custom e20 Tune, CP-E wrinkle black Intake, CP-E Catted DP, MBRP 3" 409 Exhaust (modded for full 3" flange), Mishimoto Factory Fit Black Intercooler, Swift Spec-R Springs, TB Performance Torsion Bar, Pierce Motorsports 2-point lower front stress bar, Garageline Pedal Spacer, Rota Grid Race 17x8 et40 in hyper black, Dunlop Direzza Sport ZII Star Spec 215/40R17 tires, Triple R Composites front splitter, custom 395g round performance blue shift knob

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    COBB turbo back
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    2014 Molten Orange Ford Fiesta ST - Injen Intake, COBB Stage 3 tune, COBB Rear Motor Mount, Custom fitted GodSpeed FMIC, COBB Downpipe, COBB Exhaust, Team Dynamics Pro Race 1.2 White Wheels (Lost in Fire 27/02/15)

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    Borla with 2jr race downpipe
    2014 Ford Fiesta ST aka Knuckles
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    I'm looking at upgrading my exhaust in the spring and I was wondering which one is quiet but still crackle and pops if that makes sense? I heard the Cobb one is relatively quiet but still sounds vicious. I just don't want a loud ass exhaust when cruising on the highway.

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    MBRP 409 for me. It's quiet on highway, pretty loud as your working through the gears. It's actually quieter WOT then trying to feather it. I think as you add more baffles, you lose the Rice Krispies.
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    Anybody explain to me the difference in the MBRP exhaust systems? The 409 and 304?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kip2MyLou View Post
    Anybody explain to me the difference in the MBRP exhaust systems? The 409 and 304?
    Both are stainless and won't rust. The 304 is higher grade and shiny. Has less iron.

    I say go for the 409 unless you really care about appearance and will have people under your car at shows.

    The tips on both versions are polished 304 and pretty.
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    Mods: Cobb AP, Custom e20 Tune, CP-E wrinkle black Intake, CP-E Catted DP, MBRP 3" 409 Exhaust (modded for full 3" flange), Mishimoto Factory Fit Black Intercooler, Swift Spec-R Springs, TB Performance Torsion Bar, Pierce Motorsports 2-point lower front stress bar, Garageline Pedal Spacer, Rota Grid Race 17x8 et40 in hyper black, Dunlop Direzza Sport ZII Star Spec 215/40R17 tires, Triple R Composites front splitter, custom 395g round performance blue shift knob

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    Oh okay. I thought it was a different sound or something. But the higher grade and just being shiny isn't worth the extra money to me. I just want the hp/trq gains and that sound.

    Any other opinions or options people are running out there? I know we have an exhaust thread but this one is shorter. Ha.

    I'm just asking because I see MBRP's is $500 and Cobb's is $750. I just don't see the extra $250? Now once again I'm new at this whole tuning thing but I'd rather just get the MDRP and put that extra cash toward a downpipe and/or intercooler. Now if I'm thinking the wrong way or there's a reason Cobb's is so much more, please inform me.


 
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