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Fury to the F-150. Presenting the AWE 0FG Exhaust Suite for the ‘15+ Ford F-150, available now through AWEF150.com and CJ Off-Road.


  • Proudly engineered, designed, and manufactured in-house, in the USA
  • Features AWE’s proprietary, patented drone-canceling solution, 180 Technology®
  • Single side exit or dual exit options available: two tips one side, two tips straight out the back, or two tips angled out the back - the choice is yours!
  • Dual exit options include modular tip outlets to transform between dual rear exit or dual side exit
  • 5” straight-cut, double-walled tips (for dual exit configurations), and 4.5” slash-cut, double-walled tips (for single side exit configuration) available in chrome silver or diamond black
  • Handcrafted from 3” U.S.-sourced CNC mandrel-bent .065” wall T304L stainless steel
  • Direct bolt-on catback system for factory-like simplicity
  • Hone your sound: Performance Mid Pipes available as resonated or non-resonated
  • Less is more: clean, straight-through design maximizes performance
  • Perfect fitment, guaranteed
  • AWE No CEL Guarantee
  • Lifetime warranty on exhaust
The 0FG Exhaust

The 0FG Exhaust is a rugged 3” T304L stainless steel "mid pipe-back" configuration with a 100% straight-through design for optimal flow. Featuring AWE’s proprietary, patented drone-canceling solution, 180 Technology®, the 0FG Exhaust delivers a unique dose of refined aggression out of your F-150, without any drone at cruising speeds. Regardless of low or high gear, the 0FG Exhaust will be on the top of your playlist.





Sound Perfection: 180 Technology® by AWE

As exhaust gases exit the F150’s engine and flow into an AWE 180 Technology® equipped resonator, they pass through strategically located ports, and into reflection chambers. Sound waves, carried by these exhaust gasses, bounce off the walls of the reflection chambers. By controlling the size and location of the ports and the chambers, we also control when the sound waves exit the chambers. The specific timing of when the reflected sound waves rejoin the main exhaust flow creates a one-hundred-and-eighty-degree out-of-phase sound wave that cancels out problematic frequencies. Call it science, call it magic, or call it 180 Technology® by AWE.



0FG Exhaust important fitment notes (you should definitely read this):

The AWE 0FG Exhaust for the ‘15+ F-150 is applicable to Regular Cab, SuperCab and SuperCrew models. All cab and bed lengths and configurations.

Tip Options:

Dual Exit

The Dual Exit 0FG Exhaust features a unique tip outlet design which allows the driver to simply unbolt and switch between two styles -- rear exit (two tips straight out the back), and side exit (one behind each rear fender. angled). Each AWE 0FG Exhaust includes both tip outlet options, and two 5” straight-cut, double-walled tips in your choice of chrome silver or diamond black. Complete with AWE logo.

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Each tip is individually adjustable, allowing bumper depth to be set according to your personal taste








Single Exit

The AWE Single Exit 0FG Exhaust features two 4.5” slash-cut tips that reside behind the rear passenger-side fender. With adjustment at the tip outlet, drivers can adjust the angle of the tips to their liking (we like them parallel to the ground ourselves). These, too, are available in your choice of chrome silver or diamond black, and come with the AWE stamp of approval.

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Each tip is individually adjustable, allowing bumper depth to be set according to your personal taste.





What comes with the 0FG Exhaust?

Complete Dual Exit or Single Exit 0FG Exhaust, two double-walled tips in chosen finish, and all necessary hardware and adapters for required for installation.



Performance Mid Pipes

Want to take it up a notch? Good, we hoped you would. Ditch the factory front suitcase resonator and turn your 0FG in to a full catback with a 3”, straight-through Performance Mid Pipe, available in both resonated or non-resonated versions.

Both AWE Performance Mid Pipes increase the volume of the 0FG Exhaust. Looking for more raw aggression? Go non-resonated. If you’re looking for an aggressive, yet sophisticated increase over the “base” 0FG’s volume, go resonated.

Performance Mid Pipe important fitment notes (you should definitely read this, too):

An adapter for various wheelbases are included with each Performance Mid Pipe. If you have a 122” wheelbase model (i.e. Regular Cab with 5.5 ft. bed), please contact us here for fitment information.



 

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That...doesn't...suck!


THERE I SAID IT!

For the cat back kit, I did not see the option for non resonated or resonated. Does it come with the res regardless and perhaps a res del pipe so you can choose either way or try both?

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That...doesn't...suck!


THERE I SAID IT!

For the cat back kit, I did not see the option for non resonated or resonated. Does it come with the res regardless and perhaps a res del pipe so you can choose either way or try both?

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You made me smile. Big.

The 0FG is a catback, where the factory front resonator would remain in place.

The Performance Mid Pipe is what is available as resonated or non-resonated.

The only resonator in the 0FG is the 180 Technology resonator, which is a straight-through design that doesn't utilize traditional packing material at all.
 

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That...doesn't...suck!


THERE I SAID IT!

For the cat back kit, I did not see the option for non resonated or resonated. Does it come with the res regardless and perhaps a res del pipe so you can choose either way or try both?

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I only hate that there is no option for my 2014 ;)

You made me smile. Big.

The 0FG is a catback, where the factory front resonator would remain in place.

The Performance Mid Pipe is what is available as resonated or non-resonated.

The only resonator in the 0FG is the 180 Technology resonator, which is a straight-through design that doesn't utilize traditional packing material at all.
Do you differentiate between a supercrew short bed and a supercrew long bed? Or is that where the factory mid-pipe comes into play? Just couldnt really figure out if there were different parts for different wheelbase trucks.

Edit: Nevermind, I dumb.
 

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So it actually begins after the factory midpipe? If it retains the factory resonator, seems "cat"back is misleading.

If it begins after the factory resonator, then it's basically just a muffler and a fancy tailpipe.

Edit. I just looked back through it all, and I see now the descriptions in the video, catback and resonated midpipe vs catback and non resonated midpipe.

So, we have to buy your midpipe back exhaust, then for an additional cost we have to buy one of the midpipes or keep our oem midpipe.

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So it actually begins after the factory midpipe? If it retains the factory resonator, seems "cat"back is misleading.

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Understandable, though it is the designated term throughout the market for configurations such as the 0FG Exhaust.

You can call it a midpipe-back, if you'd like. I won't mind :)
 

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I only hate that there is no option for my 2014 ;)



Do you differentiate between a supercrew short bed and a supercrew long bed? Or is that where the factory mid-pipe comes into play? Just couldnt really figure out if there were different parts for different wheelbase trucks.

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Not dumb. Extension adapters are included with every Performance Mid Pipe. The 0FG Exhaust is a one-size-fit-all system. ;)
 

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Understandable, though it is the designated term throughout the market for configurations such as the 0FG Exhaust.

You can call it a midpipe-back, if you'd like. I won't mind :)
Maybe so. I thought all the exhausts I've looked at start at the cats and go back, replacing the 2.5" midpipe. Maybe not.

I think I like the non resonated the best myself.

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Yeah the the more I listen to the videos the more I'm digging it

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Well I bit and sprung for the black tipped passenger exhaust. Muffler only. We’ll see how it sounds then decide if I want to go with the AWE resonator. Might contemplate extending my full race resonator due to the price of the AWE

So...more to come


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Well I bit and sprung for the black tipped passenger exhaust. Muffler only. We’ll see how it sounds then decide if I want to go with the AWE resonator. Might contemplate extending my full race resonator due to the price of the AWE

So...more to come


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I'm sure I definitely DON'T want a resonator, sounds nicer without to me. But I also don't want the OEM bottleneck in there.

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Well I bit and sprung for the black tipped passenger exhaust. Muffler only. We’ll see how it sounds then decide if I want to go with the AWE resonator. Might contemplate extending my full race resonator due to the price of the AWE

So...more to come


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Awesome! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts
 

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Good that it is 304, it seems like everything else is 409, only a few 304.

Why no flex pipe anywhere?

That being said, it needs a much bigger muffler. Even the resonated video i loud as hell and these trucks just don't sound good.
 

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Okay, send me the system and I’ll write the review... we’ll have to see how it fits with the Hellwig sway bar. ;) No doubt I’ve simply missed it but is there a sound file for the dual tip side exit. I looked but I must blind.
 

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Good that it is 304, it seems like everything else is 409, only a few 304.

Why no flex pipe anywhere?

That being said, it needs a much bigger muffler. Even the resonated video i loud as hell and these trucks just don't sound good.
We only craft with locally sourced T304L SS with a .065" wall thickness. The good stuff.

During our extensive testing, our engineering team designed the configurations to not need a a flex section.
 
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