Borla Stainless Steel Catback System (2003+)

Base Price: $829.95

(2 customer reviews)

2.25″ to 2.0″ mandrel bends ensure maximum flow & power

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  • 2.25″ to 2.0″ mandrel bends ensure maximum flow & power
  • Turndown tips for a stock like look
  • Precision computer-controlled CNC manufacturing ensures an accurate fit.
  • Built from premium 300-series authenitic stainless steel to give you the absolute best in performance and durability.
  • BORLA® stands behind every system with a Million-Mile Warranty.
  • Make sure to add the hanger and bolt kit to the order from the drop down menu if you have a single exhaust system currently (These are genuine Ford OE pieces)

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 10 × 10 in


Exhaust Hangers

03+ ( + $193.82), None

2 reviews for Borla Stainless Steel Catback System (2003+)

  1. patrick.mccammond

    I did this to my CV crown vic and wished I had known about ADTR when I did so. (finding parts numbers for the hangars etcs.) Had an exhaust leak and decided to just upgrade from single exhaust to dual. This Borla was awesome, I do love the sound. Down the road I may do the SW headers and I’m not too sure how that will fit with this exhaust but I absolutely love the classic sound of our V-8s on the road. Drove this cross country and it’s got a minimal tone at highway speeds. It’s nice for an all-arounder but adds the performance without pissing off the neighbors on the midnight shift when you leave for work late/early. Very happy with this, it’s a quality product….plus I got a free hat lol.

    • adtradmin

      The Borla or any cat back system will fit Stainless Works headers w/ lead pipes (either catted or off-road) with no problems. It should bolt right up!

  2. jamesmiro

    I also bought the Borla catback exhaust before I knew of ADTR… no free hat from the store I bought it from.

    After an exhaust leak (it’s always the passenger’s side, isn’t it…) two years ago I replaced the OEM exhaust manifold and decided to upgrade the exhaust system at the same time. (To avoid smog issues in California, I bought another set of OEM exhaust manifolds and left the cats alone, so no SW headers for now.) This a Borla’s “Touring” exhaust, which is quieter than the S-Type and the ATAK lines. It is not too loud for a daily driver or long road trips, but it sounds great and hitting the accelerator gives you the satisfying rumble that the stock exhaust lacked. Not long after I upgraded the exhaust, I was picking up a friend in my old California Highway Patrol P71, and when I started the engine he said, “Wow, it really sounds like a cop car.” At least, it sounds like a (former) cop car should.

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