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2011-2014 F-150 EcoBoost Cat-Back Exhaust Systems

The F150 EcoBoost's stock cat-back exhaust system is not exactly the toughest, meanest, or most aggressive exhaust system in the world. In fact, it's whisper quiet with a sole purpose of shuttling exhaust gas to your tailpipe. Aftermarket cat-back exhaust kits give your awesome EcoBoost F150 the sound and extra performance it truly deserves. These EcoBoost cat-back systems free up back pressure and restrictions over the stock exhaust system and provide a much more noticeable and aggressive sound by adding in new mufflers and other hardware. An aftermarket EcoBoost exhaust system is the perfect way to get some more power down to your truck's wheels while giving it a deep, mean tone that is sure to turn heads. After you're through with our F150 EcoBoost cat-back kits, go take a look at our F150 EcoBoost Cold Air Intakes, F150 EcoBoost Tuners, or our F150 EcoBoost Performance Packages.
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Stage 3's F150 EcoBoost Exhaust Testing Videos

Hunting around all over the internet for exhaust clips of the F150 EcoBoost trucks can be one of the most frustrating experiences in history. If it's not shot on a grainy and shaky cell phone, it's on a truck with some bizarre engine and exhaust setup that makes a decent comparison practically impossible. We here at Stage 3 feel your pain, so we're testing out, taking video, and getting you install guides on many of our F150 EcoBoost cat-back exhaust kits all on our 2011 F150 EcoBoost Project Truck so that you get a clean, decent, apples-to-apples comparison. We shoot all or video and audio on the same camera and microphone setup on the same road so that conditions are practically identical for each of our videos. All you need to do is check out and subscribe to our official Stage 3 Motorsports YouTube Page where you'll find both exhaust testing and install videos uploaded on the regular.

If you're looking for downpipes, both our catted and off-road EcoBoost downpipes are now located in our 2011 to 2013 F150 EcoBoost Downpipe Section.

F150 Cat-Back Exhausts and Wheelbase Fitment

Getting to pick out the F150 cab and bed configuration that's right for your truck sure is pretty neat. Too bad it makes shopping for exhaust kits an utter pain in the ass. The sad truth of the matter is that different cab and bed combinations all result in different wheelbase lengths and not all of our cat-back exhaust kits will bolt right up to certain trucks without some custom work at your local exhaust shop. Some kits do come with extension and reduction pipes that allow them to fit with maybe some cutting, but anyone with a 126", 133", or 163" wheelbase should expect at least a little (if not a lot) of wetwork to get an aftermarket cat-back kit on their truck. If there's any good news, the two most common wheelbase sizes -- 145" and 157" -- don't need to worry about fitment. Nearly all of our F150 EcoBoost cat-back exhaust kits will bolt-right on to those trucks without any modifications.Check below for our wheelbase breakdown:

  • 126" - Standard Cab w/ 6.5' Bed
  • 145" - Standard Cab w/ 8' Bed
  • 133" - SuperCab w/ 5.5' Bed
  • 145" - SuperCab w/ 6.5' Bed
  • 163" - SuperCab w/ 8' Bed
  • 145" - SuperCrew w/ 5.5' Bed
  • 157" - SuperCrew w/ 6.5' Bed

If our breakdown didn't help you out much, then you can check your driver's door information sticker to find out your wheelbase, which is listed under "WB" beneath the bar code and paint color code. Check the image below for an example.

2011-2014 F150 Wheelbase Length Door Panel Location