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BORLA FORD Fusion

Cool New Ford Fusion Gets Borla Hot Pipes:

Borla Performance Industries’ engineering staff was all over the Ford Fusion from the start. They have produced a significant performance upgrade to the factory system. The BORLA Cat-Back™ (PN140184) utilizes a clever 2-½” muffler inlet with a twin 2” outlet to feed the split rear dual system. The new BORLA dual weighs in at less than the factory unit while producing an amazing 241cfm greater flow. The race bred straight-through BORLA mufflers and smooth mandrel bends, both BORLA trademarks, account for the healthy flow improvements which in turn allows for the additional power and mileage increases. The fully polished stainless steel tips are BORLA embossed large ovals giving the Fusion a solid performance look. The hot new BORLA system exudes a rich deep tone that reminds one of the expensive European Performance Sedans. Designed to fit as a perfect direct replacement on both the manual and automatic 3.0L V-6 Ford Fusion (2005-2007).

BORLA, the original pioneers of high quality, austenitic stainless steel (superior to 409 or aluminized steel) free-flow exhaust utilizes patented award and race winning technology to deliver quality, sound, performance gains and enhanced fuel economy - all with an easy bolt-on installation. And backed by an unsurpassed written million-mile warranty.

For Additional Information Please Contact:
Borla Performance Industries, 5901 Edison Drive, Oxnard, CA 93033
Toll Free: 1-877-GO-BORLA Chris Kaufmann Ext. 219 chrisk@borla.com

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