1999-2004 Mustang 3.8
JEGS Cat-Back Systems are designed to produce more horsepower at an affordable price. We begin with fully aluminized 16-gauge tubing then use a proven mandrel bending process to form a smooth flowing system that is free of any "ripples" or "kinks", which restrict and slow exhaust flow. Most cat-back systems include high flow mufflers, for a throaty sound and increased flow while keeping the system emissions legal. Easy bolt-on installation.
How do the hangers work on this can I cut tailpipes and weld 12 inch tips to the cut tailpipe
I want a deeper more aggressive sound, can I buy this kit and purchase matching mufflers (same inlet and outlet size and position) and just put in place?
Can this fit slp loudmouth mufflers
Is there an inlet and outlet on the mufflers or are they reversible?
I have a base model 2000 Mustang V6 with dual exhaust setup only I’m missing the exhaust from the cats back, will this work to finish my exhaust system?
If i dont want dose mufflers can i add different ones
What exhaust note should I expect when I buy this and will I need my own exhaust tips .
Instead of turndowns I’d like to run the pipes straight under the rear bumper. Do you have straight chrome tip options that will work?
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