What Exhaust Is This?

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Chat and Discussion' started by SStoST, Oct 10, 2015.

  1. SStoST

    SStoST New Member

    I recently bought a used 2014 Fiesta ST. It appears the previous owner did some light modification (I think the symposer has been plugged and the exhaust is not stock). I wanted to see if someone could help me figure out what exhaust is on my car. My best guess is that it is the MRT Rally Sport just based on how it looks/sounds. It's pretty deep and has some drone around 3k rpm. Not sure if I want to keep it or get a stock exhaust or maybe something a bit more tame. There's no rear resonator, it's just straight pipe from the front muffler back. Anyone able to confirm this? Here's the best picture I could get under the car.
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  3. KKaWing

    KKaWing Member

    Might be an MBRP exhaust. Check if the pipes are 3" - mbrp or 2.5" - mrt.
     
  4. Dylanc

    Dylanc New Member

    Mbrp says it on the tips, and they are removable. Just a few ideas
     
  5. SStoST

    SStoST New Member

    I measured circumference about a foot in from the tips. It's 7.75 inch around, so a bit under 2.5 outside diameter. Guess that means MRT? Any other ideas?
     
  6. KKaWing

    KKaWing Member

    Probably mrt. Note its just a straight pipe. The local exhaust shop night have a better deal. If you want to go that route.


    Edit: oh wait you already have it whoops. Yeah probably mrt or a local exhaust shop special.
     
  7. eRic

    eRic Active Member

    Here is a photo from MRT for comparison
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  8. SStoST

    SStoST New Member

    Hmm, it's a bit less clean lol but hangers in the same spots/orientations and welds look similar. Tips even look to be painted black like that picture. I'm guessing it's an MRT exhaust.

    Sound is a tad on the loud side for my personal taste (decent amount of highway driving) but I'm getting used to it. Anyone have experience with this exhaust system?
     

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