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Borla ATAK Dual Exhaust System with Black Chrome Tips; Same Side Exit (21-23 5.0L F-150, Excluding Tremor)

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      Video Review & Installation

      Jake: Jake here for AmericanTrucks. And today, I'm taking a look at the Borla ATAK Dual Same Side Exit Exhaust System with the Black Chrome Tips for 2021 and newer 5-liter F-150s. If fantastic sound, great quality, and cool looks are on your list for a new exhaust for your F-150, then you're in luck because that is exactly what this Borla ATAK system has got to offer. It combines excellent build quality with cool stealthy looks and an awesome noise. So, this is gonna be an excellent choice for the Coyote-powered F-150 owner who wants a little bit of everything.Borla is well-known in the enthusiast community for making some of the best exhaust that you can buy, especially when it comes to the sound. They pay a lot of attention to the sound quality for each of their exhausts. And the ATAK series, which is what we've got here, is the loudest of the bunch. On the loudness meter, this one is gonna go right at the tippy top with a five out of five. Definitely enough to make a big difference in the experience of driving your truck. Like you heard in the clips at the beginning of the video, this is really gonna amplify that signature V8 noise. You're gonna get a real deep burble at idle, and some much more aggressive almost race car-inspired notes when you really get into it. And don't be surprised if it wakes up your neighbors, too. Don't say I didn't warn you. Now, this is also gonna give you quite a bit more volume versus stock inside of the cabin as well, of course. But Borla does have some neat tricks up their sleeve to make this all very pleasing sound and to eliminate drone, so this one goes beyond just being loud.Now the ATAK name here stands for Acoustically-Tuned Applied Kinetics, and that is a Borla-exclusive technology. It allows them to tune each exhaust for specific vehicle applications. They also use something they call polyphonic harmonizing technology. And that sounds like some kind of weirdo buzzword, but that's exactly the point here. There is no buzz or no drone of any kind. So, this is essentially the same type of science that goes into tuning pipe organs. They use different lengths of pipe to control different frequencies, thus eliminating obtrusive or dissonant sounds. And in this system, you find them right here in this little collector, which you can hopefully see. So, there's a couple of different smaller diameters of pipe, and this is kind of what it looks like on the outside. So, these trick bits here utilize those different sizes and diameters of piping along with perforated tube-shaped cores and different patterns within to make the frequencies harmonize. You get that really nice sound and the volume that you want with zero drone.Now, Borla does claim that there is zero drone at all with this exhaust, at any speed, at any RPM, and in any gear, and that's really about as much as you can ask for when it comes to something like this. There are so many aftermarket exhausts that sound great but they have some pretty terrible drone. So, if there's a way to avoid that drone, I definitely say that it's worth it to go that way.Now, as far as construction goes, again, this is a really high-quality system. Borla makes all of their exhausts out of T304 stainless steel, so you're gonna get excellent corrosion and rust resistance here. And as you can see, it's just a really nice-looking kit. The piping here is all three-inch mandrel-bent tubing up to this collector here, and then it drops down to two-and-a-quarter-inch tubing afterwards to go out to these dual exit pipes. So, as you can see, there's no weird wrinkles or creases or anything in the metal, and that all means that the exhaust gases are gonna flow smoothly, allowing the engine to breathe better than your stock system and also reduce exhaust back pressure.Then, of course, we have the tips. Now, these are four-inch T304 black chrome tips. And no getting around it here, I think these things just look great. There's just something really cool about them. Now, I love a good side exit exhaust on a pickup. There's something that just looks right, and the addition of these tips makes it just that little bit better. It gives you that kind of stealthy appearance to the truck, and I think they just really finish this off nicely. Brings a little bit of extra visual interest, but the sound, of course, is gonna be the thing that people likely notice first, which, of course, is no bad thing.Pricing here is gonna run you around $1,500, and that isn't exactly what you describe as cheap. However, that is pretty much in line with the higher end of the category when it comes to exhaust for this gen of F-150. It's not quite the top, but it's up there. However, the quality and the sound here are more than worth it in my opinion. Now, if you're not looking to blow all your money on something like an active exhaust but you still want something that's gonna sound good and last you a long time, this is gonna be an excellent choice for your truckInstallation here, like most exhausts, will come in at a two out of three and should take you about two hours to get it completed. Now, one caveat is that you might need an adapter for after the muffler depending on your cab and bed size. You might need a little bit of extra length. But installation will be the same regardless. And we do have those available on our site should you need it for your truck. Otherwise, this is a totally bolt-on installation and it utilizes all of your stock exhaust hangers. You also get brand-new clamps in the kit, so everything you need is included in the box. Overall, it's a very straightforward installation. And with that, let's head over to the install bay where we'll show you the process.Man 1: Tools required for this install include an impact gun, a ratchet, a can of penetrating lubricant, a 15-millimeter wrench, an extension, a 10, 15, 17-millimeter sockets, an exhaust hanger remover tool, and a pole jack or jack stands. What's up, guys? Today, I'm gonna show you how to install an exhaust on our F-150. First, we're gonna watch a quick little uninstall video, and then I'll meet you right back here for the install.Man 2: Start by grabbing your 13-millimeter socket and undoing the two bolts at the flange. Next, take your exhaust hanger removal tool and get the muffler out of the isolator. Next, we're gonna slide our exhaust towards the tail end so we can get them out of the two additional hangers, and then we're gonna drop the whole exhaust as a full. I grabbed a buddy to help me out with that.Man 1: Now we can install our muffler. I've got a pole jack here just to support the weight of the muffler as we bolt it down. Now once we have that in place, we can put our hardware through. So, this is gonna be that same 17-millimeter bolt that we removed. Now, for us, our bolts have been replaced, so we have a 17-millimeter bolt and then a 15-millimeter nut on the backside of ours. And then once we have those in place, at home, you're gonna be taking a 17-millimeter socket to tighten this down. For us, since we have those nuts on the back, we're gonna grab a 15-millimeter wrench for the backside. All right. You're gonna wanna make sure to go in that back-and-forth motion just to put equal pressure on our flange.So, now we can take one of our three-inch clamps, and we'll go ahead and slide that over of our muffler outlet pipe. And then we can take this extension pipe, slide it into our hanger, and get it lined up. Then we'll slide our clamp into place. And then we'll take a 15-millimeter socket to tighten this down. We're gonna leave it a little bit loose so that we can adjust everything and then come back at the end and tighten everything down.Now, we can take another one of our three-inch clamps, slide that over our extension pipe, and then we can take our over axle pipe, snake that behind the axle, and then we can slide it into our hanger, and then into our extension pipe. Then we'll get our clamp into position, and we'll take our 15-millimeter socket to loosely tighten this clamp as well.So, next, we're gonna install our tailpipes. To make this a lot easier, we're gonna go ahead and unbolt this hanger and put it onto our tailpipes and then put our bolts back in once we have it met up with our over axle pipe. So, there's two 10-millimeter bolts, one inside the frame rail and one on the bottom. So, we'll get a 10-millimeter socket to get these out.So, now we'll install our hanger onto our tailpipe. And then we can take our two-inch clamps and slide those over the edge, and then we can slide our tailpipes up into our over axle pipe, and then we can get our hanger bolted back down. So, now we can lift our tailpipe up into position and start our bolts through our hanger. And we'll start to tighten that down before we get our second one in there. And we'll take our 10-mil to tighten that down. And then we'll finish tightening down our bottom bolt. Now we can grab our clamps and slide them into position. And we can loosely tighten these down with a 15-millimeter socket. And then we'll just do the same for our other side.And once we have our exhaust in a spot that we like it, we can go back, from the front to the back, and tighten down all of our clamps. So, we'll start on our flange here. You, at home, you'll have these two 17-millimeter bolts. Our hardware was replaced, so we have a 17-millimeter bolt with a 15-millimeter nut on the back. So, we're gonna use a 15-millimeter wrench on the back in addition to that 17-mil on the bolt side. And now we can tackle our next two clamps behind our muffler. So, they're gonna be 15-millimeter nuts, tighten these down. And then we can wrap it up with our last two clamps on our tailpipes.So, that'll wrap up this review and install of the Borla ATAK Dual Exhaust System with Black Chrome Tips and Same Side Exit for your 2021 to current 5.0-liter F-150. Thank you for watching. And remember, for all things F-150, keep it right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • ATAK Race Inspired Muffler
      • Loud Aggressive Sound
      • Durable 304 Stainless Steel Construction
      • Three-Inch Inlet, Dual 2.25-Inch Outlet Muffler
      • Four-Inch, Round, Angle-Cut, Black Chrome Tips
      • Same Side Exit
      • Million-Mile Warranty
      • Fits 2021-2023 5.0L F-150s


      Aggressive Throaty Sound. You can bring some of the Borla excellence to your F-150 by replacing your factory exhaust system with an ATAK Dual Exhaust System with Black Chrome Tips; Same Side Exit. This Same Side Exit ATAK Cat-Back System will significantly increase exhaust flow over the restrictive factory exhaust system for a dramatic increase in rear wheel horsepower and an aggressive throaty sound that is not for the faint of heart.

      Upscale Technology. This piece of technology delivers the highest decibel levels possible for a street legal exhaust. Designers of this technology are able to work in a center that may assist them in their findings

      High Quality Construction. This Cat-Back is made from smooth, mandrel-bent, 3-inch diameter T-304 stainless steel tubing. This tubing goes into the ATAK muffler and exits with dual, 2.25-inch tubing to improve exhaust flow. This Borla Cat-Back Exhaust includes a mid-pipe resonator, and you get an ATAK muffler with (2) 4-inch black chrome, angle-cut tips embossed with the Borla logo and exit out the same side of your truck, delivering impressive looks and great sound.

      Direct and Simple Bolt-on Upgrade. Borla's ATAK Cat-Back Exhaust bolts straight up right at your preferred location. The installation only takes about 2 hours.

      Application. This Borla ATAK Dual Exhaust System is designed to fit the 2021-2023 5.0L EcoBoost F-150s.



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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Front Muffler Assembly
      • (1) Midpipe Assembly
      • (1) Y-pipe Assembly
      • (1) Crossover Pipe
      • (1) Tailpipe Assembly - Passenger Side
      • (1) Tailpipe Assembly - Driver Side
      • (3) 2.25" Clamp
      • (2) 3.00" Clamp
      • (2) Hanger/Bracket Assembly
      • (2) Rubber Hanger
      • (2) M10 x 1.50 Nut

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