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Borla ATAK Dual Exhaust System - Rear Exit (11-14 5.0L F-150)

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    • "ATAK" Race Inspired Muffler
    • Loud Aggressive Sound
    • Durable Stainless Steel Construction
    • 3 in. Inlet, Dual 2.5 in. Outlet Mandrel-Bent Tubing
    • 4 in. Polished 304 Stainless Steel Tips
    • Exits at the Rear of the Truck
    • Fits 2011-2014 5.0L F-150s
    • Designed for SuperCabs with a 6.5 ft. Bed & SuperCrews with a 5.5 ft. Bed

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    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys, Adam here with Today I'm bringing you a detailed review and installation of the Borla ATAK Split Rear Exit Cat-Back Exhaust, which is available for all '11 to '14 5.0-Liter F-150s. The Borla ATAK Split Rear Exit Cat-Back Exhaust will be for any '11 to '14 5.0 F-150 owner looking to pick up the loudest possible cat-back available for the Coyote motor to really wake this thing up and make it the most aggressive-sounding monster on the road. Now, this thing, obviously, is definitely gonna wake the neighbors, and it comes with the highest quality materials available for a cat-back exhaust. It's got a 304 stainless steel, and you can definitely expect that polished tip at the rear end for both sides of the exhaust. Now, because of the materials being so high-quality and the Borla name has that reputation for high quality, it's definitely gonna bear a bigger price tag right around the $1,000 mark, putting this toward the top of the spectrum as far as pricing is concerned. Now, if you're not really looking to spend that much, there are pretty high-quality materials and different exhausts, but, of course, the Borla name does bear some of the loudest, most aggressive tones.So the first thing I wanna touch on is obviously gonna be the sound of the ATAK system. Now, this is gonna be the loudest monster, as you just heard from our sound clips, that's available for the 5.0 motor. Now, this thing is gonna get a full five out of five on our loudness meter, or as Justin likes to call it, the "one-to-wake-your-neighbors" meter. This is guaranteed to wake those neighbors up any given day, especially on a cold start. Now, once you get that thing up and running, it's gonna bark at the startup and gives you a nice, deep growl at idle. Once you start waking up the RPMs, you start to climb them a little bit through the streets, it's definitely gonna let people know you have an aftermarket exhaust. Once you get on the highway, however, and this is where things get interesting, the Borla ATAK for Acoustically-Tuned Applied Kinetics in the muffler helps to actually keep the volume up without distorting, and it keeps the drone down. Now, that's actually very surprising with a cat-back that offers a five out of five on the loudness meter, because you typically expect massive amounts of drone, something you really can't listen to the radio to or have a conversation with going on in the background. This is not gonna apply to the cat-back we have here. Borla ATAK keeps the drone levels down, so it's not gonna be overbearing when you're on the highway at faster speeds. Definitely a bonus in my book.Now, while we're on the topic of the sound that Borla offers, they do have three different series of cat-back exhausts all for your motor here, all with different sound levels. Now, like I said, the ATAK is the loudest, so that's obviously top of the food chain there. If you're not looking to go full five out of five, you can try to dumb it down just a little bit with the same high-quality materials to the Borla Stinger S-Type. Now, the Stinger S-Type's gonna get a three out of five on the loudness meter, giving you the same nice bark and deep, throaty growl, just without the insane, over-the-top, wake-your-neighbor type of sound. If you're not looking to go even there, bump it down to the Borla Touring. Again, same high-quality materials, just gonna have the mellow sound, just one step over the stock, just to give it a nice little growl and a deep, throaty sound. Not with the volume, however. That one's gonna come in with a two out of five on the loudness meter. Again, Touring at the bottom, Stinger S-Type in the middle, this ATAK cat-back at the tippy top, giving you the monstrous five out of five. So keep that in mind, moving forward, for the guys who really aren't interested in waking up the neighbors.To bring it back full circle to materials and construction, Borla, like I said, is known to have some of the highest quality materials on the market. It's just a part of their name and why they bear such a high premium price tag. Now, this one does offer a premium 300 series authentic stainless steel, which, from top to bottom, is some high-quality stuff with a longer-lasting, durable construction. Now, it is CNC-machined for a perfect fit with a 3-inch inlet and a 2.25-inch outlet, just to get it perfectly matched up with the factory tubing. Now, in addition to that, you should expect all 304 stainless steel polished tips here with a mirror-like finish. These are extremely aggressive, stylish in appearance, and attractive tips coming out of the split rear exit design. Now, that's something you can expect with this particular cat-back. But if you're looking for, like, a dual rear exit or a dual side exit, single side exit, tons of options out there for you to choose from, especially from Borla.Speaking of that premium price tag, Borla is known to have those higher tags. This one is no different. This one comes in right around 1,000 bucks, which, of course, is on the higher end of the spectrum. Now, if you're looking to gear toward a higher quality material, looking for a big brand name like Borla, and you wanna stay with some premium quality stuff, this is definitely the way to go, and the $1,000 is very well worth it. If you are trying to stick to a smaller budget, there are tons of other options out there as well, maybe not the five out of five you'd find from a Borla cat-back. But you can check out the Corsa as well, you can check out MBRP. So there are tons of other options out there bearing the same quality materials, maybe just a different sound.However, what is gonna be extremely simple and straightforward is definitely gonna be the installation. Now, this thing doesn't require any cutting like some of the other options out there, such as MBRP does. So, with that said, I am gonna give it a very simple one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter. Simply have a ratchet and simple socket set on deck. A jack and jack stands will do the trick, but if you have a lift, it makes it a ton easier. Expect to have this one off and on in about an hour or two at the absolute maximum.Getting the factory system off is obviously gonna be a no-brainer. Once you have your hand tools on deck, your car's up in the air, you're ready to go. Unbolt the factory flange from the mid-pipe, work your way back down to the single rear exit tailpipe tip, and you'll be able to get that down and out of the way in no time. You have new hardware provided for you in the kit as well as all new tubing, of course. Start with the mid-pipe. You'll be connecting that using a flange that's already welded to the materials. Bolt that down and work your way back to the ATAK muffler. Once you have the ATAK muffler bolted up to that pipe, it'll then split into your split rear exit design. Have that all bolted together using the clamps provided in the kit, and, of course, the tips are already welded on, so you don't have to worry about taking care of those. Overall, an hour or two on the install, one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter.Just to wrap up this overview and install, if you're the owner of an '11 to '14 5.0 F-150, you might be looking for the loudest possible cat-back guaranteed to wake the neighbors with some highest quality materials included. Now, if that's something you're interested in, you might wanna check out the Borla ATAK Split Rear Exit Design Cat-Back Exhaust. 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    Aggressive sound. This system will give you an increased exhaust flow and give you a loud powerful sound that will really give you the noise and horsepower you’re looking for. The technology produces the high available levels to give you a loud volume without interfering with the clear sound.

    Designed for loud. This system is made to give you more exhaust flow than you’d ever be able to get with your factory exhaust system. The acoustically tuned applied kinetics or ATAK give this system a design that makes sure the loudness you get out of the Borla ATAK Cat-Back Exhaust will be uninterrupted and louder than you ever imagined possible.

    Made loud, made tough. The high quality stainless steel of this pipe is made out of a mandrel bent 3-in stainless steel tubing. The 4 inch stainless steel tips will stand up to tough conditions and also give you a sleek look to go with your powerful sound.

    Bolt and go. This system is designed for easy installation. The Cat-back exhaust system will directly bolt on to your factory settings No need to cut or make other modifications. The best part is you’ll be up and going in just a few short hours.

    Application.This Borla ATAK Split Rear Exit Cat-Back Exhaust System 2011-2014 5.0L F-150s with the following cab and bed sizes.SuperCab with the 6.5 ft. bedSuperCrew with the 5.5 ft. bedFitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Front Pipe Assembly
    • (1) Midpipe Assembly
    • (1) Muffler Assembly
    • (1) Tailpipe Assembly - Passenger Side
    • (1) Tailpipe Assembly - Driver Side
    • (1) Intermediate Pipe
    • (2) Bracket/Hanger Assembly
    • (2) 3.00" Clamp
    • (3) 2.25" Clamp
    • (2) M10 x 1.50 Nut
    • (2) M10 x 60mm Cap Screw
    • (2) Rubber Hanger
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    You want "LOUD", you got it

    I would have to start off by saying its probably the loudest and most aggressive exhaust for the F150, blows the Flowmasters and Magnaflow out of the race. These Borlas are not for the faint of heart or ...

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    Borla ATAK

    Pretty simple install, took about 2 hours. Drivers side pipes took a little time to get lined up right but the rest was easy. Sounds great. Has a nice low rumble. Is a good bit louder than stock but not ...

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    Overall Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Overall Rating 4.8

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Afternoon

    • Loudness / Volume 4.8 4.8
    • Exhaust Note 4.9 4.9
    • Fit & Finish 4.7 4.7
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.7 4.7

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      December 04, 2015

      You want "LOUD", you got it

      I would have to start off by saying its probably the loudest and most aggressive exhaust for the F150, blows the Flowmasters and Magnaflow out of the race. These Borlas are not for the faint of heart or ear, so if you dont want a loud aggressive exhaust, then these wont be your next buy. This was also the easiest cat-back exhaust systems Ive ever installed. Fitment was perfect on my 2014 5.0 FX4, and instruction in the box were on point. I do recommend as the instructions state to use a torque wrench (32ftlb 5/8" drive) to tighten the clamps for precision. A CAI will help the flow and Headers as well, will make the sound deeper and meaner. Overall,, probably the best exhaust systems Ive ever put on a vehicle.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: FX4 Leavenworth, KS

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    • 5/5

      March 05, 2017

      Borla ATAK

      Pretty simple install, took about 2 hours. Drivers side pipes took a little time to get lined up right but the rest was easy. Sounds great. Has a nice low rumble. Is a good bit louder than stock but not obnoxious. Its the sound I was looking for so I'm very happy with it.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: 5.0L V8 FX4

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      December 21, 2016


      Really great system overall, it's like I hearing music! I love it it was worth the bucks I paid.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: 5.0L V8 XLT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      November 30, 2017

      BORLA cat back for f-150 Lariat

      These are just as advertised. I researched all the model's of exhaust and these BORLA are perfect. Sounds awesome on cold start, and better when you get on it. But also the tone at 75 mph is very bearable. The installation was easy, and the look is great. Well worth every penny.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: 5.0L V8 Lariat

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      November 18, 2017

      BORLA cat back for f-150 Lariat

      Great quality product, simple to follow instructions. Soubd clips dont do the true sound justice. Best thing about it is the highway sound in 6th gear, quite. The cold start and the getting down are so sweet. Compared to my son-inlaws Roush exhaust, BORLA wins hands down way worth the extra price tag. Plus the high grade stainless steel for longevity is great.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: 5.0L V8 Lariat

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 19, 2017

      A must buy for your F150

      Amazing quality from Borla, exhaust is now loud and aggressive. I would not hesitate to purchase again. Install was pretty straight forward. Installed in my garage, had to cut my stock exhaust in one place to clear over the axle due to not being on a lift. Other than that it was easy and straight forward. One tip is to reuse your stock bolts that connect the cat pipe to the borla pipe.


      Year: 2011 Submodel: 5.0L V8 XLT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 15, 2017

      Borla exhaust

      Great product, highly recommend. Has an amazing sound and is extremely loud on the outside, yet quite on the inside. Well worth the price.


      Year: 2014

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      September 21, 2017

      The sound is amazing

      It came with good hardware and the installation was easy. Its not as loud as I thought it would be while cruising around but really loud and deep when you get on it. It is worth the money.


      Year: 2013 Submodel: 5.0L V8 XLT

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      July 22, 2017

      2013 F150 5.0 STX

      If your looking for a sweet exhaust that's going to turn heads and wake up the neighborhood this is the exhaust to get, add a KandN air intake and its going to take the exhaust to the next level. Not a lot of drone on highway once truck is in sixth grade. Install was not that hard only thing was the straight pipe off the mid pipe didn't lineup correctly so the flange on the midpipe so i had to drill the holes out with a 1/2 drill bit and added two stainless steel washer with the two supplied bolts that connect midpipe to the straight pipe going to exhaust. (Reason why I'm giving it 4 stars) Sounds so aggressive and is the best add on so far I put on the truck besides the CAI.


      Year: 2013 Submodel: 5.0L V8 STX

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      May 09, 2017

      Seriously, buy it already...

      I was on the fence between buying the Borla or going with something a little cheaper, and I have to say spending the extra cash was worth it. In a word, it just sounds mean. It really is as close to perfect as I think you can get on an exhaust system. It is loud when you really step on it and quiet when you're cruising. Also, I don't feel like my neighbors are going to hate me for driving down the street at 6 am. Plus, there is a noticeable bump in power when you accelerate. My only complaints are that it is a bit louder than I would like when on the freeway (around 80 mph) and the tips would not line up exactly. I spent ~2 hours after everything was put together to try and get them even, but I finally gave up after getting them close enough. You will not find a nicer system so just go ahead and buy it.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: 5.0L V8 XLT

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