- Aggressive Sound
- Tip # 49
- Dual 2.750 in. into Single 3 in. Stainless Steel Mandrel-Bent Tubing
- Includes a front extension pipe for Crew Cab configuration with a 6 ft. 9 in. bed (160 in. wheelbase) - Remove the extension pipe and it will fit a Regular Cab with an 8 ft. bed (142 in. wheelbase)
- Does not fit on trucks with dual rear wheels
Built-to-Last Performance Exhaust
Borla Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are built from 100 percent aircraft-quality T-304 stainless steel and maintain precision form and function at all points. Borla's world-class build quality and performance gains are considered by many to be an outstanding investment, and their One-Million-Mile Warranty is proof that they take their products very seriously. Cat-Back Systems come complete with an ATAK, S-Type or Touring muffler, along with connection pipe(s), tip(s) and necessary mounting hardware.
ATAK Mufflers: "Acoustically-Tuned Applied Kinetics" deliver the highest available, super-aggressive dB (decibel) levels in the Borla street exhaust lineup (drone-free).
S-Type Mufflers: Straight-through power; delivers Borla's intoxicating, aggressive "Sound of Power".
Touring Mufflers: High performance without the roar; delivers a sound that is deep and throaty, but just slightly louder than stock at open throttle.
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