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Thehas changed throughout the years. We will cover a few of the primary differences for the V8 applications from 1979-present Mustangs.
Unfortunately, the 1979-1985 Mustangs did not come with a true dualfrom the factory. All 1979-1985 models came equipped with single featuring a restrictive design. Starting in 1986-1993, and V8s, changed over to a true dual . This included a factory design with and a full 2.25” that exits near the rear bumper.
All of the 1994-2004 Mustangs carried over a similar design as the previous Fox Body models. Due to engine design changes, updated, piping design, and were used to optimize performance and flow.
2005-2010 V8 Mustangs all used a similar design but these did have some significant changes. Thesewere split up into three main sections instead of two like the older models. These consisted of a , over-axle section, and an . These early S197’s used a full 2.5” size.
2011-2014 V8 Mustangs introduced the much more powerful Coyote engine. These engines demanded an increase in exhaust flow to optimize their performance. Ford stepped up to a 2.75” piping from the factory for all of these V8s.
A found on most Mustangs is exactly what it sounds like. This is the section of the exhaust that is located from the or cat, back to the rear bumper of the car. These usually break down into three separate sections. The Flow Tube is the section that connects to the , then you have a typical , and finishing the cat-back is a set of tail-pipes.
can vary depending on many different aspects. Some of these will be made from or piping for added . The of your are probably one of the most debated exhaust aspects for any car enthusiast. This will be the primary component that controls the overall sound of your engine. Tailpipes or finish off the . This is the end result of your exhaust that you see near the rear bumper of the car.
Starting with the S197 and S550 chassis, the
The debate is a huge topic in the Mustang community. The vs. is the section of exhaust piping that connects the exhaust manifolds or to the . The exhaust note produced by these two Mustang both provides a uniquely different exhaust tone. Exhaust gas is scavenged differently with the two different designs resulting in the difference in sound.
Theintersects as an “H” and gives you the old-school "American " sound that we have all grown to love! While this version of the crossover pipe produces a deep, throaty exhaust note, it isn't going to be as efficient at balancing exhaust gases as the . The is designed with two straight pipes and a crossover pipe that, while it does help to equalize exhaust pulses from the passenger side to the driver side, does not encourage more exhaust flow. The result is slightly more low-end torque but a little less high-end .
Thewill still perform very well. They have been around for roughly 60 years and if they did not work, nobody would use them!
The piping of theintersects in the shape of an “X” so that exhaust gases cross each other from each engine bank to create an increased flow that will help to evacuate the system efficiently and evenly. The is going to create a more raspy tone and has a slightly higher pitch than an with the colliding exhaust pluses. In most cases, you are going to see power gains in the higher RPM because of the smooth, continuous exhaust flow caused by crossing exhaust gases from the left side to the right side. The exhaust pulses are scavenged more efficiently producing that higher RPM power but they will have a slight loss in low-end torque.
The, though producing a more raspy tone will have fewer decibels in comparison to the deeper exhaust note exiting the .
Any way you look at it, the addition of a
Pricing will vary from the exhaust component, manufacture, and the material these
No, not all’s came equipped from the factory with an . This was not a standard option and would add $895.00 for this upgrade. But in the long run, this is money well spent as a factory option compared to other exhaust upgrades. Even in 2019, you could get this option on 2.3L turbo models!
Some OEM models like theand GT350 did have an from the factory. This is a huge advancement in technology for the Mustang platform.