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2022 Ford Maverick 2.0L Dual Tip Exhaust From MRT Now Available

The 2022 Ford Maverick has thus far proven to be a big hit with a pretty diverse array of customers, including owners of discontinued Blue Oval sedansfirst-time truck buyers, female shoppers, Millenials, and members of Gen Z, the latter of which have helped make Ford’s first paid TikTok advertising campaign a bit hit. Fresh off being named the 2022 North American Truck of the Year and taking just four days to turn on dealer lots, the 2022 Ford Maverick is also starting to enjoy robust aftermarket support. MRT released two different exhaust systems for the compact pickup just last month, and now, it has a third to add to the mix.

MRT’s Street Performance dual-tip exhaust system is very similar to its regular Street Performance Maverick exhaust but has dual tips, as one might assume from its name. This lends a bit of a sportier look to the Maverick, as well as a more aggressive sound. As is the case with MRT’s other two systems, the Street Performance dual-tip setup is compatible only with Mavericks equipped with Ford’s 2.0L EcoBoost I-4, however – not the 2.5L Hybrid.

This particular exhaust system is available with either polished stainless steel tips or black ceramic-coated tips, while the pipes are 2.5-inch units constructed from T304 stainless steel. The exhaust system utilizes a straight-through design, which was chosen because of its superior performance and sound, as well as fuel economy.

MRT says that all of its Maverick exhaust systems are easy to install with basic tools in around an hour, and no tune is required. The Street Performance dual-tip exhaust system retails for $759.99 – which is a bit less than the regular Street Performance exhaust and a bit more than the louder Sport exhaust – and is available to purchase now.

We’ll have more on the Maverick soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Maverick news and continuous Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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Comments

  1. Joe

    Waste of money and you will pick up a drone at cetain RPMs.

    Reply
  2. Bob

    MRT presents the Ford maverick DRONEmaster.
    Listened to it on YouTube. Sound is horrible! Best to leave it STOCK!
    $700.00 PLUS to make your wannabe truck sound like crapola. LOL

    Reply
  3. Paul

    Sounds Awesome! Hope mine is delivered soon.

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    1. Miguel Lopez

      How would you know what it sounds like?

      Reply
  4. Jonathan

    And even in the promotional material, somehow still can’t manage to park within a parking space.

    Reply
  5. Luis

    Doesn’t look or sound good. Shouldn’t been dual mufflers, the only way to make a turbo 4 sound decent.

    Reply
  6. Terry

    Glad to see this truck get aftermarket support,it certainly looks like Ford got has got a hit on their hands with the little maverick…

    Reply
  7. chuck garrison

    What about the warranty ?

    Reply

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