Review & Install Video
What's up guys? Justin with AmericanMuscle.com here with my detailed breakdown of the Corsa Sport three-inch single side exit cat-back exhaust system equipped with a black Pro-Series tip available for the 2015 and up, 2.7-liter EcoBoost powered SuperCrew and SuperCab F150s. In this video I'm gonna talk to you about what kind of sound you can expect out of the Corsa Sport single side exit system, what you're gonna be looking at as far as materials and overall construction and then finally a quick little walk through the install itself.
Now, speaking of the install, guys, expect a pretty pedestrian one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter with a little bit more detail coming up later on. Now the Corsa systems, whether they be for your F150 or Mustang or whatever, are gonna be one of your top options out there when it comes to overall build, quality of materials, but also tone. As you guys heard with our sound clips for the 2.7-liter EcoBoost motor, you're getting a good amount of sound out of their sport system, which is the milder of their two offerings, the other being the extreme.
Now breaking out the wake the neighbor scale, I have the Corsa Sport coming in at a very strong three out of five on my one to five or want to wake the neighbor scale. Again, for the EcoBoost owners out you might want to be a little bit under the radar. This one might be on the borderline for you because again you are hearing this thing outside of the truck but again there are definitely more aggressive systems out there.
Sticking with the sound a little bit more here, guys. One thing I always like to point out when talking about the Corsa systems is the total lack of drone inside the cab while cruising. That's really important to point out because it is one of the big separating factors when going with a premium brand as opposed to a more entry level or value cat-back.
A big portion of that can be attributed to the fact that the Corsa patented the RSC or reflective sound cancellation technology. So even though you're getting a bunch of engine noise, you're getting a little bit more turbo noise out of the back, the cab is gonna remain dead quiet, and that's something that is again a nice thing to point out.
All right guys, with the sound out the way, let's get into the construction and materials a little bit more here with the Corsa. Really what you expect or what you come to expect from Corsa is just nothing but the best. You're talking about premium grade 304 stainless steel throughout, perfect welds, three-mandrel bent tubing. Just really what you want to see when you are dropping top dollar on a premium system.
The Corsa system is a single side exit system much like the factory configuration, however with one of my favorite tips in the category. This is their Pro-Series black dual four-tip here which as you can see just looks really sharp. It's more of a black chrome. In person it is really is stunning. Of course, it does also offer the same pro-series dual four-inch tip in a more standard or traditional polished finish. It's actually going to cost you a little bit less than the black option here, and that is also available on the side if that's the look you're after.
Speaking of pricing, if you're familiar with Corsa, then you know their systems do usually come with a big price tag and you are gonna be dropping top dollar here with their F150 systems as well. In fact, look to spend right around $1100 for the Pro-Series black tip pier with the single side exit system, which does put it right in line with the Borla and the Ford racing options for the top tier and the pricing category.
When it comes time to get this puppy installed guys, expect a very simple one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. Maybe an hour or two from start to finish in the shop or garage. Because this is a direct replacement bolt on here for all SuperCrew and SuperCab trucks, expect nothing more than a basic socket set as far as tools go, maybe a set of race rams, jack and jack stains for a lift to help you get under the truck a little easier.
At the end of the day guys this is gonna be a premium system and you are gonna be paying top dollar for the Corsa brand. However, if you don't mind dropping that extra dough for a more premium system, you're gonna get a stellar build, a decent tone overall, and a noise inside the cabin that is absolutely non-existent. So that's my review here of the Corsa Sport single side exit system, which you can grab right here at AmericanMuscle.com