Built lighter, more capable and more powerful than its predecessor, the 2017 F-150 Raptor generates 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque off the showroom floor. Those reading this will likely want even more power and a more aggressive sound from its 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine. That’s where Gibson Performance answers the call with its 2017 Ford Raptor F-150 3.5 Dual Exhaust system.

“For the off-road enthusiast who wants an awesome look and aggressive sound this 3.0-inch, dual-split cat-back exhaust is for you,” says the company. “Gibson Exhaust Systems decrease backpressure and produce more torque and increased horsepower.”

Those looking for improved performance and exhaust tone from the 2017 F-150 Raptor can find it with this new system (PN 69548) from Gibson Performance, which promises a gain of 15-20 horsepower with no drone. (Photo Credit: SEMA)

Those looking for improved performance and exhaust tone from the 2017 F-150 Raptor can find it with this new system (PN 69548) from Gibson Performance, which promises a gain of 15-20 horsepower with no drone. (Photo Credit: SEMA)

The dual-split system, which the company previewed at The SEMA Show, exits in 5-inch tips that are available in a black-ceramic (PN 69548-B) or stainless steel finishes (PN 69548). This system is a bolt-on replacement for the factory piping, so it requires no welding, and it carries a limited lifetime warranty.

“The MWA Venturi technology allows for the industry’s highest flow possible with minimal to no drone,” Gibson added. “Typical gains average of 15-20 horsepower.”

Gibson Raptor

Gibson showed of its new Raptor project truck at last month’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.

More power and no drone sounds like a great combo. For more on this system, check out the Gibson Performance website here.