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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-27-04, 06:55 AM Thread Starter
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cool Sport Trac Exhaust

Looking To Upgrade The Way My Car Breaths, Anybody Know Of A Good Cold Air Intake System At Fair Price.

Also Looking To Upgrade Exhaust. I Am Looking For A Nice Sound But That Its Not To Noisey At Idle But At Wot Just Screams. Most Important Is The Performance But The Sound Is The Next Most Important Thing. Your Input Is Greatly Appreciated.



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Why, on this planet we call Earth, would you type in that style?

Other than that I have no idea.

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Re: Sport Trac Exhaust

K&N makes a cold air intake. Not sure how cold though, because any of the cone-type units are going to suck in hot underhood air. I put a stock replacement K&N in mine. A company called Gibson Exhaust makes some Ranger and Explorer systems, they might have one for the Sport Trac. Summit Racing sells them, give them a call. Even if it isn't in the catalog, look online or call them 'cause they have a lot more stuff than what's in the catalog. Otherwise buy your own Flowmaster(s) and have a shop bend up the pipe.

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Otherwise buy your own Flowmaster(s) and have a shop bend up the pipe.
I second that, buy a muffler and get a shop to custom fit the pipes. IT should be cheaper that way.
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thanks a lot for the advise i will get back to you guys with what i did.
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Glad to hear it. Keep us updated.
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K&N makes a cold air intake. Not sure how cold though, because any of the cone-type units are going to suck in hot underhood air. I put a stock replacement K&N in mine. A company called Gibson Exhaust makes some Ranger and Explorer systems, they might have one for the Sport Trac. Summit Racing sells them, give them a call. Even if it isn't in the catalog, look online or call them 'cause they have a lot more stuff than what's in the catalog. Otherwise buy your own Flowmaster(s) and have a shop bend up the pipe.
I put a Gibson on my brothers Sport Trac along with a power chip. He said it accelerated better and it had a nice tone to it. The exhaust was a cat back stainless set-up slightly bigger than stock and had a nice 2.5 inch stainless tip that exits near stock location.

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