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MRT Ford Explorer Exhaust Systems & Resonator Delete

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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2011 - 17 Ford Explorer MRT Exteme exhaust #90R220 2011-17 Explorer MRT Extreme Exhaust

Loudness: 9 Drone: 2 Performance: 8
Best value resonator delete. Part #90R220

Your Price: $65.99

2011 - 17 Ford Explorer MRT Extreme Axle Back#90R212 2011-17 Explorer MRT Extreme Axle Back

Loudness: 9 Drone: 2 Performance: 9
Full, Extreme sound Straight thru design Part # 90R212

Your Price: $514.79

2011 - 7 Explorer Sport Touring Axle Back 90R210 2011-17 Explorer MRT Sport Touring Axle Back

Loudness: 6 Drone: 1 Performance: 5
Mature, deep, performance sound Part # 90R210

Your Price: $769.99
2020+ Ford Explorer MRT Extreme Cat back #90R228 2020+ Explorer ST MRT Extreme Cat Back

Loudness: 10 Drone: 2 Performance: 10
Maximum power and sound. Part # 90R228
2.5" tube with 4" angled tips. Made in the USA!

Your Price: $1,399.99
2020+ Ford Explorer MRT Sport Touring Cat Back #90R229 2020+ Explorer ST MRT Sport Touring Cat Back Exhaust

Loudness: 8 Drone: 4 Performance: 9
Refined On-demand performance Sound. Part # 90R229
4" angled tips. Made in the USA!

Your Price: $1,649.99
2020+ Ford Explorer ST MRT Sport Touring H-Pipe #90R227 2020+ Explorer ST MRT Sport Touring H Pipe

Loudness: 3 Drone: 1 Performance: 2
Classic H-pipe design, Sporty, deep tone Part # 90R227
Best value for subtle sound, performance improvement

Your Price: $274.99

2020+ Ford Explorer MRT Extreme Axle Back #90R225 2020+ Explorer, ST MRT Extreme Axle Back

Loudness: 9 Drone: 2 Performance: 9
Deep, loud muscle car sound Part # 90R225
4" Quad tips - polished or black finish

Your Price: $725.99


Ford Explorer Custom Exhaust Systems

The Explorer has an imposing presence straight off the factory floor - and with a MRT Ford Explorer aftermarket exhaust, your crossover SUV will be even more commanding. These handcrafted exhaust systems give the Explorer the sound to match its size. The large pipes also open more exhaust flow, which gives you an added surge of power. With a variety of products for accommodating your dream sound, technical ability and budget, MRT makes it easy to upgrade an exhaust system.

Explorer Exhaust Kits & H-Pipes

Use our fifth-gen and sixth-gen Ford Explorer exhaust systems to revamp the way you drive on-road or off-road. The Interceptor Explorer Axle-Back Exhaust has a deep, mature and neighbor-friendly Street Performance sound that gets you noticed without getting noise complaints. For sheer untamed aggression, get the MRT Extreme Explorer Axle-Back. Both series are also available in a cat-back exhaust design that boosts power even more. You can find a happy medium as well with our Explorer ST exhaust. The resonator delete and HiFlow H-Pipe are value solutions if you want a sound bump that won't leave your back account singing the blues.

Explorer Exhaust Systems Made in the U.S.

All MRT exhaust parts are developed and handcrafted at our Plymouth, Michigan shop. We use the highest-quality T304 stainless steel with a design that doesn't require post-install tuning. The tips can be polished or painted black for a visual pop to those you're leaving in the dust. It takes just 60-90 minutes to install your new system using standard shop tools for a fast Explorer makeover.

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