Add Noise To Your Ford Bronco With New Axle-Back Exhaust

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The new axle-back kit will make your heard animal roar like an apex predator.

MagnaFlow makes some pretty sweet exhaust systems. The company was responsible for the noise of the Dodge Charger from the latest Fast & Furious film and has done a pretty good job with the modern Charger too. But it's not only muscle cars that deserve a little more noise and drama, and the company recently started offering an axle-back exhaust for the Ford Bronco Sport. Now the company has turned its attention to the 'proper' Bronco, gifting it with an axle-back system too. The best part about small exhaust setups like this is that they can be fitted at home, but we'd probably let a professional fit it so that we don't scratch the matte black finish.

MagnaFlow
MagnaFlow

The new system is part of the MagnaFlow Street Series and can be fitted on 2021 and newer Broncos with either the 2.3- or 2.7-liter engines. The company says that the upgrade "balances a moderate exterior sound with the comfort of a mild interior audio level". With a black powder-coated finish, the four-inch split-exit tips from the system look aggressive without being over-the-top. The company says that the system has been tested properly too, with "dyno-proven performance", although no performance gains are listed. Made from stainless steel and CNC-manufactured for precision, the new exhaust comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

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If you're interested in ordering one of these, you can find the axle-back exhaust for the Bronco under the part number 19558, but you will have to wait a little. The setup is available for pre-order and is expected to be ready to ship at the end of September. As for cost, the system retails for $949. We suspect that as more Bronco owners start fiddling with their cars, MagnaFlow will likely begin offering full systems, but in the meantime, this is a nice and subtle upgrade that shouldn't irritate your neighbors too much or leave a big dent in your wallet.

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