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Lethal Performance opens up its 2015 Mustang GT exhaust with Magnaflow
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Lethal Performance and Magnaflow
For those inclined to modify new Mustangs, there are so many choices. You can change almost any aspect of the car to make it your own. We can’t say for certain what is the most popular first mod, but there are some obvious contenders. And, one of the top choices is an exhaust upgrade.
Some go right for a full exhaust with long-tube headers. They want maximum performance. Others split the difference with a cat-back, but many just want a better sound and choose an axle-back as an easy way to install more aggressive mufflers.
For many of its projects, Lethal Performance starts with the bolt-ons and works its way up the ladder just like you would. Lethal almost always includes a Magnaflow upgrade as part of this progression.
“MagnaFlow’s exhaust systems add a smooth, deep tone while increasing exhaust flow and power. These bolt-on kits have been engineered for maximum performance with dyno proven results,” says the company. “MagnaFlow systems reduce backpressure while maintaining a rich, powerful performance tone. Annoying exhaust frequencies are dampened with a dense wall of acoustical absorbing material, and the straight-through design prevents excessive heat retention, allowing the entire system to run cooler and last longer with no restrictions.”
In the case of its 2015 Mustang GT, Lethal opted to try a few exhaust options. This time around, the Lethal camp chose to enhance its project with Magnaflow’s Competition axle-back, and you can hear it paired with the Lethal Resonator Delete right here:
Now, we know Lethal’s 2015 sounds pretty great with no suitcase and the Magnaflow Competition axle-back. We also know, installing the Magnaflow kit is pretty straight forward. If you need a little reassurance to do it yourself, we documented the install, as performed by Jesse Guajardo, at Power by the Hour in Boynton Beach, Florida.