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Borla Stinger S-Type Cat-Back Exhaust (11-14 V6)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Aggressive Throaty Exhaust Note
    • "S-Type" Stinger Mufflers Included
    • 2.25" Mandrel-Bent Stainless Steel Tubing
    • 4.5" Polished 304 Stainless Steel Tips
    • Fits 2011 to 2014 V6 Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    The Borla Stinger S-Type cat-back should appeal to the 2011 through 2014 V6 owners out there who want to grab a premium cat-back right around that $1,000 price point, and would like one to deliver plenty of volume in the process. Now, the installation is going to get a rather simple one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter from me. Now, Borla is definitely one of the heavy hitters in the aftermarket exhaust category and is oftentimes a favorite with Mustang owners out there, thanks to that premium build we already mentioned, in addition to having a few different offerings for just about anybody. On the low-end side of things here, guys, you have their Touring system, which will definitely be the milder of the three. The Stinger, or the S-Type, that we have in this video is going to be in the middle of the road, followed by the ATAK, which is most certainly going to be the company's most aggressive offering. But for the purposes of this video, again, we are focusing in on the S-Type, or Stinger, here from Borla, obviously, the cat-back version, as you can see. As you heard earlier with our sound clips, this sucker is loud. I mean, for their middle of the road offering, I'm still going four out of five on my patented one to five, or one to Wake the Neighbors scale. Now, that ATAK, well, that's going to get a five out of five from me every day of the week and twice on Sundays. But the S-Type is certainly no slouch in the volume category. Keep in mind here too, guys, that this is still with those factory manifolds and cats still in place. So eliminate those from the equation, and you will peg that Wake the Neighbors scale. For as loud as this thing is, I'm happy to say it does maintain that nice deep tone with the 3.7 that a lot of us really like. I'm also happy to say that this thing stays relatively drone-free while cruising, and that is something Borla has been very good at over the years with their more premium system. Now, don't get me wrong. You're certainly going to hear it coming out the back, of course. But I wouldn't categorize it as drone, and it certainly won't drive you crazy on long trips. Now, one thing I did really enjoy about the S-Type, both the cat-back and even the axle-back, is that you're getting some of those pops and crackles, and backfires in between shifts and coming down off the revs. Personally, guys, I always thought that sounded really cool. Maybe you agree with me. If you don't, well, at least now you're aware of it. Another good way to get some ideas about how this thing might sound or perform on your Mustang, check out the Customer Review section. A lot of good feedback about the S-Type on the product page, and again it's a good way to get some real-world feedback from 3.7 owners out there. Well, let's talk about how the Stinger or the S-Type gets its aggressive tone. Like any other aftermarket exhaust system out there, it all starts with the muffler. Right? You're looking at Borla's patented S-Type muffler here, straight-through by design, even though it takes a small turn. There's no baffles or anything getting in the way, allowing for all that flow, and of course increasing your flow over the factory cans you will be replacing.In addition to those S-Type mufflers, just premium quality throughout, guys. That's Borla's MO, and it certainly is apparent here with the S-Type. I'm talking 304-grade stainless steel, the benchmark material in the aftermarket exhaust world, two and a quarter-inch mandrel-bent tubing, keep in mind, this is the V6 system, all exiting out the rather large, four and a half-inch, slash-cut tip, embossed with that Borla logo. But with anything in life, if you want that high-quality build and nice materials, oftentimes, you have to pay for it. Right? It's not free, and that is the case here with the Borla stuff. You're looking at right around $1,000 for the S-Type cat-back. Keep in mind, if you wanted to grab just the axle-back system itself, you can on the site. It's still going to give you plenty of volume, and it's only going to cost you about $800. So a small difference between the cat-back and the axle-back here, simply because of those over-axle pipes. Ultimately, you have to decide if it's worth it or if it fits in your budget. But let's quickly touch on some of the big points of the installation here with this cat-back. Guys, it is a cat-back. It's a very straightforward. Anybody should be able to tackle this one. So let's call it one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, maybe 30 minutes, an hour, even two hours, depending on your expertise and how fast you like to work. Most of your job will be done using a basic socket set. I always like recommending having a little spray lubricant on hand, WD-40, PB Blast, whatever, just to help you with some rusty bolts, in addition to the rubber exhaust hangers. Last, but not least, all of your work will be done underneath the car. So have a lift read, jack, jack stands, race ramps, a strong uncle, whatever. You just simply need to know you need to get the car in the air. Getting started, you will need to remove that factory system first. So go ahead and grab your 15-millimeter socket and first loosen up the two band clamps closest to your X-pipe, getting them ready for removal. At this point, you can now move to the clamp closest to the muffler. Remove that from the system as well. At this point, you can totally drop those factory over-axle pipes from the car. Now, the only thing hanging from the car should be those factory mufflers. So remove the hanger using your socket set, removing the actual physical hanger from the car, and then remove the hanger from the factory muffler once it has been uninstalled. With those hangers transferred over to the new mufflers, go ahead and hang them from the car, loosely tightening some of the bolts on the hangers. But don't overtighten them yet, as you will need to make some small tweaks. Now, you can go ahead and install the over-axle pipes from Borla using those two band clamps that you removed in the very first step, and then secure the clamp closest to the muffler using again the factory clamp you already removed. Now, with the entire system hung and everything still kind of loose, at this point, I like to recommend grabbing a buddy. Have them help you hold those tips in place in the openings in the rear bumper, as you tighten down all of the clamps. This way, they stay nice and square, and even for you. Once everything is tight, your installation is complete. The Borla Stinger S-Type is a tried and true system with a number of different Mustangs out there, and will give you plenty of volume, along with a high-quality build for right around $1,000, which you can grab right here at americanmuscle.com.

    Loud Aggressive Sound. Add Borla excellence to your V6 powered Mustang with a Stinger S-Type Cat-Back exhaust. This Borla catback will greatly improve your 3.7's exhaust flow for more power and an extremely aggressive muscle car sound that everyone will love.

    High Quality Construction. Constructed from ultra smooth mandrel bent 2.25" stainless steel tubing to improve exhaust flow, this Borla Cat-Back Exhaust System features two straight-through "Stinger" mufflers with 4.5 inch polished stainless steel slant tips for aggressive muscle car sound and styling.

    Application. This Borla Stinger S-Type Cat-Back Exhaust System is designed to be a direct bolt-on upgrade for 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs equipped with 3.7L Ti-VCT engine.

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Over axel pipes
    • (2) Muffler Assemblies
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Cat-Back Exhaust Specifications
    Piping Material: Stainless Steel Tip Material : Polished Stainless Steel
    Piping Size: 2.25" Tip Size: 4.5"
    Muffler Type: Straight-through Fitment: 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs
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    10 Questions / 7 Answers

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    I have a 2014 mustang v6 I added borla stinger cat back exhaust system I want to add long tube or short tube headers what accessories would I need to make the headers fit

    battlezack

    • You would need V6 specific headers and an accompanying mid-pipe for the headers to fit with this exhaust.

      KevinD92

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    Will the bbk x pipe with with this exhaust?

    RussellJ

    • Due to the size difference between the borla and the bbk, they would not be able to directly fit together without the use of a reducer.

      AMjordan

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    What size clamps do I buy for this Cat-Bacj Exhaust?

    AdrianC

    • The Borla Stinger S-Type Cat-Back Exhaust will be a 2.24" size tubing which will be what you need for clamps as well.

      Ricky36

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    Are these legal in California?

    Buzz

    • Hey Buzz, Generally cat backs have no effect on emissions and can pass any state testing. With that being said there is a decibel level in Cali a system must remain under and though this is for a v6 you are altering the level of sound. But overall this system should pass Cali regulations without a problem.

      Cobra_Machine04

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    Which long tube headers can I run with this setup?

    Swimshadey

    • Hello! With the Borla Stinger S-Type Cat-Back Exhaust you would be able to run any Long Tube Header that would fit an 11-14 V6 Ford Mustang.

      VincentV

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    Will this cat-back system be compatible with the bbk catted x-pipe?

    rubyred

    • Yes, this catback is designed to use a stock X pipe attachment and the BBK fits the same as factory.

      AMSam

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    Customer Reviews (31) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 4.7

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Full Day

    Installation Cost:$100-$250

    • Loudness / Volume 4.344828 4.3
    • Exhaust Note 4.862069 4.9
    • Fit & Finish 4.862069 4.9
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.482759 4.5



    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      March 06, 2018

      Excellent Exhaust!

      The sound is way better in person. Install is pretty straight forward.

      RussellJ

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      December 11, 2017

      This was the tie together

      If you're hesitating on this cat back system, GET IT. This system is worth so much more than the price you'll pay for it and you'll enjoy it for years to come. When it's first installed it's a little raspy, but after a few hundred miles the tone mellows out and becomes something of pure joy to listen to. It has a beautiful sound at idle and under normal driving conditions, but when you drive WOT, WOW does it scream!! If I had to shell out the money for this again or go with something cheaper, I'd gladly repurchase this product. Borla is top shelf!!

      TravisG

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: 0-$100

      September 17, 2017

      borla power

      I recommend any catback exhaust system that borla produces a little pricey but I think it's worth it the sound is out of this world I also think it does add some hp wish I had done this a long time ago

      battlezack

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 19, 2017

      Loud af

      Best of the best, was louder than i expected, most think i drive a v8

      RobertoZ

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (2)

    • 1/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      April 01, 2017

      Don't waste your money

      Will make your car sound like a riced out Honda. AM said it has a deep muscle car sound but that is 100 not true. Completely disappointed in AM and this product. Save your money and do not buy

      MatthewL

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      March 05, 2017

      Borla S Type

      I've spent a year or so researching the exhaust i want for my car and like many people have said, this is the best exhaust for the 3.7l mustang. First of all it looks so good when installed it makes the whole rear end of the car look more purposeful. Secondly the sound is nice. Heads will turn the second you fire up your car and cold starts are the best. Driving the car doesn't make a whole lot of sound until you put your foot in the gas. It makes a nice rumble (a little drone never hurt anyone) below 2000k rpms. Blip the gas and the exhaust says hi very nicely. Mat the gas though...and listen to this thing wail all the way to redline. Sounds even better with other mods as i have a jlt cai. I would recommend this exhaust to just about everyone no matter if you're building a 3.7 racecar or just an nice daily driver.

      DavidJ

      Year: 2012 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      February 27, 2017

      Wow!

      Most YouTube videos are pretty close to the sound, but the in person experience is so much better. It's not only louder than what it sounds like on video, its much clearer. There's no rasp to these. Its just a clear deep note at idle, and a very mean muscle car sound on WOT. When driving around a neighborhood, they are not loud enough to wake the neighbors unless you stomp on it.

      RobertD

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      January 01, 2017

      S type borla exhaust

      The fit up is great. Looks are awesome and sounds better than it looks. I did This cat back install with jack stands all I had to do was remove shock bolts and Sway bar to allow rear end to drop enough to get the exhaust pipes out

      Jeff

      Year: 2012 Submodel: V6

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      October 25, 2016

      Great Sounding Exhaust

      Would have given 5 stars but Borla does not provide clamps for installation. If you live in the Midwest forget about reusing the existing as they rust out. Had to shelll out an additional $200 to Ford for replacements. Hard to find aftermarket for 2 1/4" exhaust size.

      mdrees

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      October 18, 2016

      S-type on V6

      The exhaust upgrade was worth the money and so far is living up to what has been promised by Borla.

      davidd

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      October 06, 2016

      Great Sound, Easy Install

      Deciding on an exhaust was a process that took way longer than it should have. Eventually, I decided to go with a cat-back system. I figured if I was going to bother spending money to alter the exhaust note, just as well get a bit of extra power out of it, to rationalize the purchase. When I realized I was comparing all my exhaust candidates to Borla, I decided to just go with Borla. How good it sounds is obviously subjective, but I believe it sets the benchmark in quality of tone (all the way to redline). Also, I like that they are made of high quality materials in the USA, and as a bonus, the company is WBENC certified. I feel that justifies the steep price tag. I performed the install with the help of a friend in my garage using just jack stands. Compared to installing short-tube headers, this was a piece of cake. The difficult part was trying to complete it while only using two jack-stands, which might be impossible. As soon as I picked up two more jack stands, there were no issues fitting the pipes over the rear axle. I didn’t see anything in the instructions provided by Borla regarding the heat shield sleeves they give you, but you can find videos online of how and where to install those over the filler hose and vapor line, just Google ‘2014 Mustang Borla S-Type install’ (the video I watched was on a GT, but the stuff is in the same place, so it doesn’t matter). Before I started it up, I was concerned it might be too loud with my cold air intake and short-tube headers, but it sounds absolutely fantastic. It sounds great at every RPM, and does get pretty darn loud 3,000 RPM’s and above. But if it’s late and you’re driving in your neighborhood, you shouldn’t wake or offend anyone as long as you accelerate modestly. I do kind of feel like there is more power, but that could either be due to the combination of the exhaust with the other modifications, or because the driver side stock exhaust pipe I discarded had a huge 20-inch-long pinch on it (however the heck that happened). Or, I could just think it has more power because it sounds so much better now. Either way, it puts a smile on face, so I am satisfied. My only complaint with these is that my chances of getting a speeding ticket have probably gone up with how good it sounds to accelerate.

      Eccleston09

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      September 03, 2016

      Dual Personality Dual Exhaust

      After being rear-ended, the insurance company handed me a fistful of money for a new exhaust. My wife is the car's primary driver, and she insisted that it must not be "too loud." After reading lots of reviews and watching countless Youtube videos I settled on the Borla S-type. I am totally thrilled with this system! It has a nice low rumble at idle, just a bit louder than stock. If you keep your right foot in control, you get a great deep tone without excessive volume. So I get to stay married. But get on the gas and the S-type completely transforms into a screaming beast without any rasp or drone. At idle, WOT or anywhere in between it really does makes the 6 sound like a healthy V-8. And the huge chrome tips look great too. I attempted the installation with ramps and jackstands, but there just wasn't enough room to wrangle the mid-pipes around the axle. I was lucky enough to find an employee in front of a local shop that was closed, and he let me use the lift to do the install. On a lift the whole remove/install process took only 30 minutes.

      SteveHinCT

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      July 06, 2016

      Nice purchase

      Love the deep sound of this Borla Cat-Back on my 2013 V6. Will recommend to anyone. Install (per the technician) was a breeze. Now hunt for a cold air intake :)

      DavidM

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 03, 2016

      If you can go for it

      Great exhaust, the tone is excellent and really makes you feel like your driving all 300 horses. Like others have said if only it wasn't so much but I think in the long run it'll be worth it especially if you plan on getting headers.

      Machina

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (2)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      May 05, 2016

      Awesome upgrade

      I recently purchased the Borla catback S-type exhaust for my 2012 Mustang V6. I was debating between these and the ATAK. I chose the S-types over the ATAK because the ATAKs sounded a little too raspy and I was worried about them being obnoxiously loud. I think I made the right choice. The S-type has a great rumbling sound on start up, but not too loud once the engine settles into an idle. When driving, these pipes will get plenty loud once you start getting on the throttle. At WOT, these things really sing. I'm addicted to tunnels now :) If you're gentle on the throttle or just cruising, the S-type is relatively quiet. I like the fact that I can be quiet in residential neighborhoods, if needed.

      Nitch

      Year: 2012 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      March 30, 2016

      Best exhaust I've had so far.

      Sounds beautiful on start up. Only loud when you want it to be, once you get it above 3k rpms it starts to roar. Love the sound, couldn't be happier. Glad I went with Borla (:

      AlexC282

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      February 19, 2016

      Great sound worth the money I spent!

      I didn't know which exhaust system to get. So I researched on YouTube for over a year. It came down to the Borla S Type and the Magnaflow competition. They both sound good but something about the Borla S Type that stuck out the most and I chose it. I'll tell u this it's been what I've been looking for sound and power! I love it! It's loud when u want it to be, then quiet as a mouse as u want it to be. I love the note! It looks great and for a person like me that's never purchased an exhaust before I made the right choice. U will not regret buying this exhaust. Worth every penny I spent and possibly worth your penny as well. For ppl that have automatics. It sounds very good, but it sounds better when u put the car into sports mode (select shift)

      Rsanchez241

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6 El Paso, TX

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      February 15, 2016

      Great Sound

      My exhaust was shipped professionally and very quick. I love the free shipping. I had stock on my 2013 Mustang, and was looking for a nice roar. This exhaust is exactly what I wanted! I am very happy with the price and the product.

      MustangGirl

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6 Louisville, KY

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      September 06, 2015

      Thats a V6?!

      Borda did a great job! Not too loud, not too quite. What I really like about the S type is that it has a nice tone to it, its not just noise. Awesome awesome product! Well worth the money, supreme product!

      BigZ

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6 California

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      July 19, 2015

      Great

      When you first start up the car, it sounds so much deeper than the stock set up. As soon as you start driving you can hear a huge difference in sound and you can feel a difference in the throttle response. Tips look amazing compared to the ugly ones that come stock.

      supertimmah94

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6 California

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