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I am looking to modify my 2015 EcoBoost and the only part of the exhaust I was planning on touching was the downpipe but I can't seem to find a sound clip with stock mufflers. I was thinking the cvf would be my go to choice and I'm also planning on buying their street intercooler as well because people have said a lot of good things about it. All of my mods are based around performance so am I right to just focus on the downpipe since I don't have a huge budget?
 

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I would do the IC first then the downpipe then a tune. And yes CVF makes an excellent product with a very nice price point for their products.
 

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I would do the IC first then the downpipe then a tune. And yes CVF makes an excellent product with a very nice price point for their products.
Thanks for the help! Yeah I was planning on buying all the parts I’m going to at once and getting a pro tune by most likely PD tuning. Also it says you have a jlt catch can. Do you like it and do you think it gets the job done as well as the other more expensive ones.
 

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The DP is an improvement, but the stock mufflers are going to make it sound like sh!t no matter what. They are that bad.

Almost like clockwork, the first 3 things that pretty much everyone does are IC, tune, axleback/catback
 

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I chose the JLT catch can because the speed shop owner where I take my car recommended it. He's been in business for 30 years, specializes in Mustangs and Corvettes and builds race cars. So I fugured he might know what he's talking about.
 
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