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Tech: Shelby GT350 Exhaust Install

GT350 Growl

Lethal Performance upgrades its Shelby with a Magnaflow cat-back & more

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of Magnaflow

Born with an dual-mode exhaust from the factory, the Shelby GT350 is already one of the best sounding Mustangs ever built. That’s especially true of the R-model, which doesn’t wear resonators before the mufflers like the standard Shelby does. But it could always sound better, right?
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Tech: 2015 Mustang Driveshaft Upgrade

Getting the ’Shaft

Lethal Performance gets its Mustang GT track ready with a D.S.S. driveshaft and a BMR safety loop

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and courtesy of The DriveShaft Shop

We recently showed you how Lethal Performance upgraded its 2015 Mustang GT project car with a set of rugged halfshafts from The DriveShaft Shop. That was just the first phase in bolstering the car’s drivetrain in preparation for an assault on the quarter-mile. This time around we are documenting upgrades that will improve performance and safety.
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New Product: S197 Aluminum Driveshaft

Half Off

Steeda Autosports’ aluminum driveshafts for 2005-2014 Mustangs offer a 53-percent weight reduction

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of Steeda Autosports

While the S197 Mustang is now the last-generation Mustang, at the time of its introduction in represented a quantum leap in the quality and performance of the Mustang platform. Ford engineers righted many of the wrongs that they had tried to overcome with the outgoing Fox-4 platform. One area of focus for them was a vast improvement in its noise, vibration, and harshness qualities.
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News: 2015 Mustang IRS Upgrades

Independent Enhancements

The Driveshaft Shop and Lethal Performance team up to offer 2015 Mustang IRS upgrades

By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of The Driveshaft Shop and Lethal Performance

The drivetrain experts at The Driveshaft Shop have gotten their hands on a complete Independent Rear Suspension assembly from a 2015 Mustang. They are currently developing a host of upgrades for the car, and these parts will be available from Lethal Performance.
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