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Style:2.5" Split rear exit
- Bolt-in exhaust kit requires no cutting or welding
- Main piping diameter: 3" into muffler, dual 2.5" out
- 5" round, rolled edge, angle-cut, long, polished tips
- No interior drone noise
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- This system will only work on trucks with factory dual exhaust, due to notches in the bumper for the tips
- Fits through factory bumper cut-outs
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Borla Exhaust Systems Part #140307 Customer Reviews
11 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Gary D (FERN PARK, FL) Reviewed for a 2017 Dodge Ram — Aug 24, 2017 7:56 PM
I just installed the K & N air filter system and the Borla Cat-back Type "S" exhaust system, OH MY!! What a pleasant growl just like a napping Bear - UNTIL YOU POKE IT - Then you know the power is there. If you install this yourself, (1) drop the spare tire, (2) jack the rear end up without the rear wheels leaving the ground.
Reviewed by Kraig W (Omaha, NE) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Jul 30, 2015 4:52 AM
It was simple to install. The sound is amazing. The powers unbelievable. Who knew that this would leed to better fuel economy as well, provided I can keep my foot out of it.
Reviewed by Brian M (Belleville, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Corolla — Aug 26, 2014 8:55 PM
OMG, I'm so glad I went with the Borla cat back for my 14 Ram RT, awesome sound, I just can't say enough about it, except if your in the market for a exhaust, go with Borla, just simply the best.
Reviewed by Robert D. G (Fort Worth, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Aug 10, 2014 4:09 AM
AutoAnything provided excellent customer service and shipping on my new Borla catback exhaust system. The stainless components were of highest quality. Installation was simple and expeditious thanks to superb Borla engineering.
Reviewed by Joshua M (Williston, VT) Reviewed for a 2015 GMC Sierra — Jul 16, 2014 8:22 PM
I was surprised there wasn't a pipe for in between the cat and muffler with this kit. I mean, it's labeled a "catback" system, so I figured it'd be everything for the cat back. It does sound really good at startup, and on acceleration. There isn't any drone in the cab either. I feel like it's pretty quiet overall. Definitely louder than stock, but not as aggressive as I was hoping for. I feel it's pretty overpriced honestly.
Reviewed by Andrew J (TOPEKA, KS) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — May 23, 2014 1:29 PM
very happy with the borla exhaust. Took about 20 minutes to remove the stock exhaust and install the new one. An as far as it goes for the sound. It sounds great. A nice deep throaty pitch just not to loud. If you don't have a exhaust on your truck I would defiantly recommend this exhaust to anyone and everyone.
Reviewed by Carlos C (Watertown, NY) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge C/V — Apr 21, 2014 4:00 AM
I installed it on my 2014 ram 1500 with 10k miles and it took me no more than 30m to remove the stock one and install the borla. As soon as I started the truck I noticed the deeper tone. I installed it without telling my wife and she didn't seem to notice a thing. It's not a loud as I expected when you get on the gas and as far as MPG's go, they definitely didn't increase, if anything they dropped. On the lower rpm I feel like I may have lost power, but on the higher end it picks up faster.
Reviewed by Nicholas M (RUSSELL, MA) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Feb 26, 2014 5:07 AM
I was skeptical on putchasing the borla 140307 exhaust because of the price, but I figure you pay for what you get and i ordered it and two days later i recieved it. I was curious how loud it would sound on a 5.7 L with a k&n intake . As soon as you start it up you notice a huge difference in the deep tone it presents and as soon as you get up to speed it sounds great no drone sound. Deffinatly impressed with it for the first week having it.
Reviewed by Oscar d (Virginia Beach, VA) Reviewed for a 2011 Dodge Ram — Oct 06, 2011 4:35 AM
I had it installed last week end and the problem was that the pipe connected to the muffler to the left tail pipe was so tight that's why the bend was hitting the underneath frame of my truck where the hanger was. I tried a lot of things adjusting it and it won't work, that's why I've used fry bar just to put the clamp. One more thing the spacer for the clamp broke while starting to tighten it. As of right now the bend of the pipe where I put the clamp was actually stock on the frame of my truck. Iam planning to take it out this weekend.