Video: Shelby GT350 Off-Road Mid-Pipes

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Lethal Performance already developed cat-delete pipes for GT350 racers

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Lethal Performance

There is no doubt that the new Shelby GT350 and GT350R have the best exhaust sound of any Mustang in recent memory. Thanks to an exhaust that opens up at the flick of a switch and the unique throb of the Flat-Plane-Crank 5.2, the modern Shelby roars with a sound that gets enthusiasts’ hearts racing.

Stock catalytic converters not only restrict flow at the racetrack, but they can fail after prolonged exposure to a harsh racing environment. To that end, Lethal Performance developed new cat-delete pipes for race-oriented Shelby GT350s.
Stock catalytic converters not only restrict flow at the racetrack, but they can fail after prolonged exposure to a harsh racing environment. To that end, Lethal Performance developed new cat-delete pipes for race-oriented Shelby GT350s.

The GT350 delivers that fantastic sound despite the presence of catalytic converters. While they are necessary for the street, these emissions-compliance devices can be a liability on the racetrack. They can restrict flow and even fail due to the extreme heat generated on track. Fortunately, the crew at Lethal Performance has already developed some cat-delete race pipes for the new Shelby.

Not only do these Off-Road Mid-Pipes open up the exhaust flow, but they sound pretty great too. Listen to them right here…

Expect these pipes to hit the Lethal Performance site soon. Likewise, we’ll have much more on the Lethal GT350 in the near future. For now, let’s just soak up how great the unrestrained Voodoo 5.2 sounds. And, if you want to learn more about these pipes, you can join the discussion over on our forum.

Simply remove the fasteners and clamps retaining the factory converter pipes and bolt the Lethal pipes in their place. As you can see, they mate right up to the factory X-pipe. Even with the stock resonators and mufflers in place, the Lethal GT35o sounds incredibly aggressive with these pipes and the factory mufflers opened up.
Simply remove the fasteners and clamps retaining the factory converter pipes and bolt the Lethal pipes in their place. As you can see, they mate right up to the factory X-pipe. Even with the stock resonators and mufflers in place, the Lethal GT350 sounds incredibly aggressive with these pipes and the factory mufflers opened up.

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