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Ford Explorer Exhaust Upgrades

Start your next adventure with a powerful roar from our Ford Explorer performance exhaust systems. Your Explorer already casts a towering presence - and it should have the sound to match. Since 2003, MRT has been a leader in Ford Explorer performance parts. We apply the same exhaust technology we use for classic muscle cars to these modern sport utility vehicles. Whether you need a 2015 Ford Explorer sport performance exhaust or a basic straight-pipe replacement, we'll help you Hear the Difference, Feel the Performance and Get Noticed.
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High-Quality Explorer Exhaust Parts

Our experienced automotive engineers have developed a full line of Explorer axle-back exhausts that are handcrafted in the USA. The MRT 2.0L/3.5L Extreme Axle-Back is one of those 2011-2017 Ford Explorer modifications you have to hear to believe. This Explorer dual exhaust produces a deep muscle car sound with minimal drone and has a straight-through design to increase gas flow and horsepower. The Extreme is also available as a 2020+ Explorer ST exhaust for the latest generation of SUVs. If you want a more mellow sound, the MRT Interceptor Axle-Back makes a statement without being a jerk about it.

Want a big boom on a budget? The MRT Explorer Resonator Delete should be on your shopping list. This straight-pipe exhaust part is the loudest of our performance systems and also provides a small horsepower boost. MRT systems are engineered for the unique acoustics and DNA of the Explorer for a perfectly tuned partnership.

High-Performance DIY Exhausts

No matter what vehicle you drive, we believe in offering superior products that anyone can use. All MRT performance exhausts are made of corrosion-resistant T304 stainless steel with your choice of polished or black-out tips. Better still, you can install them in your garage with no special tools needed. Each system is inspected at least four times to ensure they meet our quality standards. Call, email or use live chat to speak with an MRT exhaust expert.