MagnaFlow Releases MF Series Cat-Back Exhaust For 2019 Ford Rangers

New from MagnaFlow – the MF Series cat-back exhaust for the 2019 Ford Ranger. This exhaust is perfect for those looking for a smooth, deep sound and wide-open performance. See more details below.

Official Release:

MagnaFlow has announced its all-new MF Series cat-back exhaust for the 2019 Ford Ranger. The system is now available for pre-order in a single-exit layout with two different finish options.

The recently reintroduced 2019 Ford Ranger is powered by Ford’s 2.3-liter EcoBoost Inline Four engine, an extremely capable engine for the midsize truck, but the stock exhaust note is underwhelming. For those looking for a smooth, deep sound and wide-open performance from their Ford Ranger, MagnaFlow’s MF Series exhaust system will provide just that.

This new exhaust system utilizes three-inch mandrel-bent stainless-steel tubing and a stainless steel 5x8x14-inch muffler with a single 4-inch tip exiting behind the right rear tire to create a more efficient exhaust flow that delivers improved performance and sound. It is available for the 2019 Ford Ranger with the 2.3-liter Inline four, fits both two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive models, as well as all cab sizes and bed lengths and is available in either a polished finish (Part# 19451) or a black-coated finish (Part# 19452).

All Stainless Steel MagnaFlow exhaust systems are backed by a Limited Lifetime Construction Warranty and include necessary hardware and components for a complete, bolt-on installation. Black-coated systems carry a 1-year warranty on finish while maintaining the Limited Lifetime Construction warranty. MagnaFlow products are proudly made in the USA. Cat-back systems start at $809.44 and are available for purchase through MagnaFlow dealers worldwide.

Features:

  • Three-inch mandrel-bent stainless-steel tubing
  • Stainless steel 5x8x14-inch muffler
  • Single 4-inch tip exiting behind the right rear tire

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