Deeper and Louder Exhaust Note and New Exit Style for your 2015-2016 F150
The 2015-2016 F150s with the 2.7L and 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engines come packing a big punch under their hoods when it comes to horsepower and torque, but the factory cat-back gives these trucks a sound that's anything but punchy. Our friends over at MBRP agree, which is why they've put together this awesome 2.5" Dual Rear Side Exit XP Series Cat-Back Kit for your aggressive 2015-2016 F150 EcoBoost build. MBRP's kit gives your truck a louder and deeper exhaust note than your factory cat-back system, getting your 2015-2016 F150 the sweet rumble that it should've came with from the factory. The MBRP kit even features a revised split dual side exit design that places the tips behind the back tire on each side of your truck which changes up your 2015-2016 F150's awesome looks without reverberation when you're towing. MBRP's cat-back drops right into place of your F150's stock cat-back kit and only requires minor amounts of cutting on some wheelbase sizes.
2.5" Diameter Tailpipes that Exit on Either Side of Your F150 Behind the Tires
Each one of MBRP's XP series dual split rear side exit cat back exhaust kits was carefully designed to look great on your aggressive F150 and offer excellent fitment with an improved sound. The kit features a 3" diameter lead pipe that hooks into your stock Y-pipe that then splits into two 2.5" diameter, mandrel-bent outlets after the muffler. The tailpipes are routed out both sides of your truck just behind the rear wheels and are topped off by 3" diameter exhaust tips with the MBRP logo. The kit even allows you to keep your factory spare tire without modifications. The muffler included with the system adds a deep and louder exhaust note to your truck's EcoBoost V6 without causing too much drone at cruising speeds. Each XP Series kit is made out of 409 stainless steel and comes with all its necessary installation hardware and instructions.
Wheelbase Fitment: This kit is designed to fit all 2015-2016 F150 wheelbase sizes, though it will require minor amounts of cutting for some bed and cab configurations.