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

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Aggressive Exhaust Note
    • Dramatic Power Improvements
    • Bolt-On Installation
    • Durable Stainless Steel Construction
    • 4.5" Polished Tips

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    The S-Type from Borla should appeal to the '11 to '14 V6 owners out there looking for a solid bump in volume over the factory system, but really don't want to be the loudest car on the block. Now, the S-Type will really hang onto that nice deep 3.7 tone, while adding a little bit of pop and backfire in between shifts and coming down off the revs, which some owners might like, others might not. Prospective buyers can look forward to premium build quality and materials here, including 304-grade stainless throughout for the high $700 price tag. Installation is going to get a very simple one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter from me when it does come time to break that down later in the video. Now, for as long as I can remember, Borla has been one of the favorites with Mustang owners in the aftermarket exhaust category for a number of different reasons. But it mainly just boils down to grabbing a high-quality, premium system, some unique tone, and a wide variety of options depending on your gen. For the S197 V6, you're looking at the Touring on the more mild side of things. The S-Type is going to land right in the middle, in regards to overall aggressiveness. Then, last but not least, you have the ATAK, which is definitely the company's loudest offering. But since this video is about the S-Type, after all, let's focus in on the sound you can expect when bolting this thing up. Honestly, guys, you heard the sound clips. I'll tell you, for being Borla's middle of the road offering, you are still getting plenty of volume from this thing. So going to my tried and true Wake the Neighbors scale, I have this system coming in at a very strong three out of five on my one to five, or one to Wake the Neighbors scale. Inside the car, on the other hand, things are relatively quiet and Borla admittedly is one of the best at reducing drone, and the same can be said here for the S-Type axle-back. But one of the things I enjoy the most about the S-Type system here from Borla is that it maintains that nice deep tone and the overall kind of character of the 3.7. Listen. I've heard a lot of crappy V6 engines in my day, and I'm happy to say the 3.7 is certainly not one of them. In fact, I really enjoy the tone from that particular powerplant. I think the S-Type just gives it a little bit more of a voice, without adding any rasp or any unwanted characteristics. Now, the cat-back version of this system is going to give it just a little bit more volume, but really not all that much, while just giving it a little bit more of a higher pitched tone overall. The axle-back here, on the other hand, is just going to maintain that deeper tone overall, while keeping the volume just a little bit more in check compared to the cat-back. Well, let's talk about how the S-Type gets its aggressive tone. Really, it's no secret. Any aftermarket exhaust system, it all starts with the muffler and as is the case here, you're getting Borla's S-Type or Stinger mufflers. They are straight-through by design. It does take a turn inside of the muffler itself, but it's very minor. No baffling or anything to get in the way, kind of keeping up that volume and keeping up that flow over the factory cans you will be replacing. After all, this is Borla. Right? So you're getting very high-quality stuff, 304-grade stainless steel throughout, guys, including a small amount of mandrel-bent tubing, the S-Type mufflers, and then finally the four and a half-inch polished tips embossed with that Borla logo. But for those who are familiar with Borla, you know that quality doesn't always come cheap. That certainly is the case here with the S-Type axle-back, as you will be dropping just south of $800 to get this thing on your V6. Interestingly enough though, guys, this is the most affordable system in Borla's lineup for your S197 V6. The ATAK we just talked about, which was a little bit louder than this system, is going to cost you just north of $800, and the Touring system which is the milder of the three options is going to be just north of the $900 mark. Well, let's shift gears and talk about the installation with the S-Type. As I pointed out at the very top of this video, axle-backs on the S197 are a complete walk in the park. So again, one out of three wrenches on the difficulty is what you can expect here. Anywhere from an hour or two from start to finish, depending on your skillset and your setup is what you can basically expect. The tool list for this install, very simple, again. Just a basic socket set is really all you need to get these guys in place. I always like to recommend a little spray lubricant, including PB Blast, WD-40, or whatever, just to help you with some rusty bolts and those rubber exhaust hangers. Last but not least, guys, obviously, this is done underneath the car. So just make sure you have a lift, jack and jack stands, or race ramps ready to go. Getting started, you'll need to remove those factory mufflers first. So go ahead and remove that factory clamp closest to the muffler, in addition to removing some of the bolts at the hanger, allowing you to drop the entire muffler assembly down in one piece. Once those stalkers are out of the way, transfer the hangers over to the new S-Type mufflers, and then lift the mufflers into place, securing them with a few bolts at the hanger to the chassis. With the mufflers loosely hanging in place, go ahead and reinstall that clamp nearest the muffler, and snug it up. But don't overtighten it right now, as you will need to make some small adjustments with those tips. Have a buddy position the tip exactly where you want it in the rear bumper. At this point, you can hammer home that rear clamp, tighten up the rest of your bolts, and your installation is complete. If you want a premium axle-back for that S197 V6 that will deliver just the right amount of volume with no drone, you'll have to check out the Borla S-Type axle-back, right here at americanmuscle.com.

    High Flow Exhaust. Untap hidden power from your V6 with significant improvements in sound and power with this precision engineered exhaust from Borla. Borla engineers have designed this axle-back to deliver a significant increase in airflow from the factory exhaust system for maximum power increases and a great, throaty muscle car tone.

    Aggressive Sound. The aggressive sound of the Borla Axle-Back comes from their industry-leading "S-Type" Stinger Mufflers. The Stinger Mufflers feature a straight-through baffled design to produce a deep, aggressive exhaust note that will get your V6 noticed at idle and clear the road ahead when unleashed at full throttle.

    Durable Construction. Borla's S-Type exhausts are made from aerospace grade T-304 stainless for unmatched durability and great looks. The S-Type Axle-Back (the "Stinger") is designed to be a direct bolt-on, and is made from free-flowing 2.5" mandrel-bent stainless steel for great performance. The Borla S-Type exhaust is complete with 4.5" polished tips that are stamped with the "Borla" name for a show-winning appearance.

    Application. The Borla Stinger S-Type Axle-Back is specifically designed to be a direct bolt on upgrade reusing factory hardware for the 2011-2013+ V6 Mustang.

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Muffler assemblies
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Axle-Back Exhaust Specifications
    Piping Material: Stainless Steel Tip Material : Polished Stainless Steel
    Piping Size: 2.5" Tip Size: 4.5"
    Muffler Type: Straight-through Fitment: 2011-2014+ V6 Mustang
    Will it fit my Mustang?
    • V6 - 11, 12, 13, 14

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    5/5
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    I'm undecided on the Borla Stinger S-Type axle-back exhaust versus the Borla Stinger S-Type Cat-Back exhaust. What's the benefit of the cat-back versus axle-back. Thank you, Joel

    Joel

    • The biggest difference that companies advertise catbacks for is that they will add more power and axle backs don't add any power. But in reality from personal tests catback doesn't do anything on my V6. So go with the axle backs and save a little money. If you really want to get new over axle pipes get a shop to custom fabricate some. It'll be a lot cheaper.

      Paulyd

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    Convertible? First off, I'm new here. What a great site to buy upgrades for my new 'Stang. On my second Mustang. Never did any mods to my old 1994 V6. What a shame. This is such a great community of both end-customers and an outstanding aftermarket parts supplier. Glad to have found the site. Has anyone tried the S-Type on a Mustang Convertible V6? I'm definitely ok with the noise when I punch it. But, I'm curious if its too loud for an everyday commute and bluetooth usage. Perhaps another way to ask the question might this: Is the noise level too much with the windows down during a commute? Thanks guys/gals! David

    RaceRedDave

    • I have a 2013 v6 with performance package. I have the Borla S-Type and they sound perfect. Not to quiet and not to loud and no popping. It was my first mod and sounds great! Also looks great with the huge cans in the back! I don't have a convertible, but its not loud while cruising and doesn't bother me when windows are down. It does scream when you punch it and has a louder hum when cruising on the freeway, but does not interfere with Sync.

      ALI32

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    is this alot quieter than the Ataks? I have a 2013 V6 mustang with Borla headers, X-pipe and Borla Atak Mufflers. The problem now is its way to loud ( cops harasing me about it) so i need to quieten it down. Basiclly i wanna bring the sound level down but still want that borla sound. Will the s-type or Touring keep that aggressive tone but with less raw sound?

    danthemangm

    • Yes on the S-Type, no on the touring. I purchased the s-type so I would not have that problem. Sounds great and screams when you step on it, but not to loud when cruising. The Ataks are really loud and when add the headers and x pipe probably makes it really loud.

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    Any Engine / Emissions / Computer Chip Changes? Ive had this problem before when i owned a BMW and added a cool air intake. So will i need to do any enhancements to my car?

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    • There is nothing that needs to be done. Just take off the old exhaust and throw these on and your good to go

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    Overall Rating 4.8

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Afternoon

    Installation Cost:0-$100

    • Loudness / Volume 4.461538 4.5
    • Exhaust Note 4.723077 4.7
    • Fit & Finish 4.692307 4.7
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.415385 4.4



    • 5/5

      February 22, 2011

      Borla Axle-Back Stingers 3.7 V6

      My order arrived as promised and I installed them last weekend. Borla's instructions are vague and almost appear to be a cut and paste from an earlier model Mustang. Their reference to a 15mm bolt is a dead giveaway since the V6 is all 13mm. I would not call this an easy install but if you have experience, not too bad. My only complaint is I had to reuse the stock muffler clamps that are spot welded to the existing muffler. A set of clamps would have been nice. Not a huge issue but worth mentioning. The quality of muffler is perfect and they look great when on the car. The 4" tips are awesome and go all the way back to the can. Lining up the tips is a snap by leaving the ball clamp a little loose, but snug enough to hold everything in place for alignment before final torque. Sound is best described as a high end import. You get the import pop and high note exhaust sound. There is not a lot of deep sound here like you hear with a V8. This is a V6 and it will sound like one. Borla did a good job though and when you step in it you will hear the growl and it sounds great. Make no mistake these are loud under acceleration and you will hear them inside the car with the windows up under most driving conditions. Normal driving is bearable and they are almost silent when at cruising speed. I experienced no drone at all and have no issue using Sync while driving (unless accelerating). Under any acceleration the person I am talking to can hear the car well. It's actually fun LOL. So, if you want loud, this is the ticket to getting noticed.

      Jim

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      December 27, 2011

      Sounds Great!

      I got these to finish up my full exhaust upgrade, and they make the set-up sound very agressive! I do have full length headers and a catted x-pipe. Many, as myself have been looking for an axel-back that will sound great with the headers and x-pipe, and for those who are still looking, I have to say these Borla Stingers really complete the system very well! I didn't want anything too raspy and crackly, but deeper and agressive- and thats what I got! There is very little drone on the freeway and will disapate after about 500 miles of break-in. I gave fit and finish 4 star because the right muffler hanger is too close to the panal of the car and will hit it when on bumpy roads. This muffler also hangs down more than the left one, but is more of a cosmetic issue. Overall these are great sounding, high quality, and the 4.5 tips are big, but look awesome!

      Anderw0320

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6 St. Paul, MN

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    • 5/5

      July 25, 2011

      BORLA Stinger "S"- 2011- V-6 - 3.7 L

      Love the sound compared to the stock mufflers,were installed by a local garage for under $50.00 in less than an hour.I had the installer paint the back of the mufflers flat black,(hi temp.paint)

      Leon Stolz

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      February 11, 2011

      Borla Stinger S-Type Axle-Back Exhaust

      Ordered on a Tuesday.....free shipping, got Thursday..excellent service...and the sound is just right, no drone...Euro/racey, it will never have the V8 Sound, but it sounds great, not too loud, but loud..reminds me of a ninja motorcycle with after market pipes..but they rumble as well, when cruising not annoyiny at all..MPG's seemed better already..nice that you use the clamps the old pipes used..I had shop install, 30 mins..lined up perfect.

      jerry

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 11, 2013

      Fantastic sound and great look

      I put my Borla stingers on this morning on a 2013 3.7V6 and they sound amazing. If you are looking for an aggressive sound without an annoying droan, these are the mufflers for you. After pulling away from the lift I could not believe I was driving a V6 anymore. I drive about 88 miles round trip a day at various speeds and I found this to be just the right pitch and sound. When you get on it the sound is loud and aggressive. Not to loud for me...Hey thats why I bought a borla right I was one of those guys who went around about which to buy. Flowmaster, Borla, or Bassani. I ended up choosing Borla because they had the best reputation and reviews. I am glad I chose my gut this time.

      DrkHorse1

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6 Wilmington, NC 28412, USA

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      May 22, 2012

      The Best Exhaust for 2011 mustang v6

      Bang for my bucks, well,,,i'd say its pretty pricey, but it was worth it! Fit and finish, well...i was hoping that it would have stick out more...but finish is great! Shipping from AM was flawless and fast! About the muffler itself, like my header title, it's the best! For all v6 owners that is reading this, you will not be dissapointed! I owned a flowmaster for a year and drone was the most annoying thing! Borla is true with their words! Combine with a steeda CAI which i bought here and a custome tune, my car felt like im driving a lightweight car! Awesome tips and awesome sound! Just for the folks thats reading this, i was hesitant at first to buy this, i've done so many google search bout different mufflers, countless sleepless nights...and finaly i bought it! Was it worth it? Yes!!!

      Jdg23

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6 Reseda, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      March 23, 2012

      Easy Install, Look and Sound Great

      I've read that removal and install of the axle-back exhaust is a hassle but it's not. The fit and finish was spot on. The passenger side takes less than 10 minutes for removal and install. The drivers side takes a little long, about 30 minutes, because you need to partially remove the front support for the muffler, loosen the inside bolt and remove the middle support bolt so the muffler can get past the sway bar. The sound is best in a automatic when you drive it like a stick and up shift manually. The automatic transmission shifts at such low rpm's driving around town you really don't get the full affect of the exhaust unless you up shift the car manually. Makes the car a lot more fun to drive.

      OldSchool2

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6 WI

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    • 5/5

      May 14, 2011

      niceee

      wasnt quite what i was expecting but its better than stock. maybe i just need to wait a week so the tone changes a bit, it does sound importish, at least in the car with the windows down, at idle it sounds great though. clamps were easy to do, hard part (well time consuming) was i had to take the driver side hanger off after i had the oem muffler off just to get the new ones onto the hanger, then had to bolt it up and that was time consuming due to lack of space. oh and i did this without a jack or anything. took about an hour. make sure you use some lubricant to get the oem's off the new side right on.

      dillon s.

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      January 04, 2017

      Perfect - by the far the brand you want the most!

      First of all - I did wait for almost 3 months after having them installed to write this review. Especially when it comes to exhaust things you do love it in the beginning but after some while it does annoy you and you absolutely can't get used to it. Absolutely the opposite happened to me with these Borlas! Let's start from the beginning - shipment from AM was (as usual) perfect and the package was well packed. Everything came not only wrapped but very nice protected by some foam spacers - literally nothing could harm these nice pieces. Time to install - took me approx. 20min. each side (you don't even need to jack up the car) - but I guess that was only that short because I prepared the installed stock axle-backs with lots of WD40 well before. Alignment - MORE THAN PERFECT! I'd almost say they do fit well better than the stock ones! Well done Borla! Okay - now it comes to excitement and you'd like to hear them.... Woahow - don't get scared when you start your car for the first time. They are way louder than I expected they are. But that was just for the first start and for the first approx. 200 miles. They get less loud as soon as you have used them for a while. Still loud when the engine is cold and it runs in the "cold-mode" - but right after a minute or two it comes exactly to the tone you want it to have and why you did spend your good money for those. The sound is brilliant, nice and deep, rumbling more and more the way up to max. rpm. There is absolutely NO DRONE - I confirm - NO DRONE AT ALL!! That was one of the main reasons for me to buy these axle-backs and I am very very happy about that decision! The only contra I can tell (I am sure I am the only one who does not like it - regarding to the other reviews) it's the popping! Seems like everyone here likes it - I absolutely do not! As soon as the axle-backs reach a certain temperature and you shift gears this popping comes up - and always sounds like if there is some unburnt fuel in your exhaust system or as the whole air/fuel ratio is completely wrong - which for sure it is not - my engine runs perfectly and parameters are monitored constantly. Guess that's just some "feature" of the axle-backs geometry and a side effect wanted by the manufacturer?! I don't like it and it get's annyoing...but all the other positive facts will almost make me forget about that. Looks - we don't have to talk about the looks....they look perfect!! If you're looking for the best possible, deep V6 sound, for a no-drone system and you're willing to spend some good money -> get it!!

      Anonymous

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      November 09, 2016

      Get These!

      If you're looking for an aggressive sound from your Mustang V6 that's not obnoxious, the Borla S-type is for you. Reviewed many videos before selecting this axle-back set-up, but nothing prepared me for how cool they are. Quick shipping to my door as promised, and as soon as I opened the box I was impressed. The quality materials and master craftsmanship are immediately apparent. As great as they look the sound is even better. They growl menacingly at start-up and have a deeper, throatier than stock purr at idle. Not very loud until you hit the gas, then they roar. When you let off the gas you get a satisfying gurgle, often punctuated with a few nice pops. This is a mid volume set-up and I like what I hear from the driver's seat--no need for sound insulation in the trunk. If you're looking for loud this probably won't be enough. If you're like me and want a deeper tone and more a more aggressive sound and a little more volume, they're perfect.

      Bilbo

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      August 29, 2016

      Love my Borlas

      Like many of us Mustangers, I spent a lot of time researching exhausts for my 2013 MCA Edition V6. After hearing the Borlas in person on a friend's car, it was a no-brainer. The Borlas are worth every penny. Videos are great as a resource, but they sound far better in person. Install took about 1.5 hours, had to reuse factory welded clamps, install was pretty smooth. Tips are GORGEOUS although they both hang close to the side of the bumper-something to keep an eye on over time. I was impressed when I started her up and heard her new growl...is that my car?! She sounded angry, but it was just the sound I was going for! I've had them on for a week now and I couldn't be happier.

      2013MCA

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      August 09, 2014

      Borla S-type good buy

      Great look and sound. Installation was easy on the passenger side. The panhard bar had to be unmounted on one end to allow the length of the muffler to fit. The exhaust note is nice, the harder you drive the car the louder it appears to get. What I like is that the sound mellows out once you reach your cruising speed.

      Jim10x

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6 NJ

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      August 08, 2014

      V6 Sound?

      This is an honest review, I've owned a lot of different Borla Exhaust systems for different cars. I originally had a Borla ATAK on my 2012 V6 Stang, and it turned out to be way too loud for my city daily driver commute. I decided long and hard to continue to try Borla or Magnaflow, so I decided to go for the Borla- S-TYPE exhaust. Installation: I installed the exhaust myself with no help in about 45 minutes, jack stands definitely help, and also be sure to use WD40 on the rubber exhaust hangers! It takes some fighting and a "third-hand" using your knee to wrestle the new exhaust and clamp it, but it isn't too difficult. The weird thing is that I'm sure Borla didn't weld their hanger on correctly on the left side for the right muffler. I've had this same issue with the ATAK, and you have to put in the "short side" first and then force the other side into the other hanger. FIT: Just like with the Borla ATAK, the right side seemed to hang lower than the left, I thought it was my exhaust piping, but the stock exhaust is perfectly level. The trick is to just loosen the clamp up a little, and force the exhaust into place by pressing up on the exhaust tip, then re-tighten the clamp. SOUND: These sound great at IDLE, and revving up with no load in park sounds awesome. I have a BAMA 93R tune and CAI, and the exhaust when the RPM's drop give a mean "Crackle". Sounds way better than the ATAK at idle and just revving up. However, I don't know if these been to be "broken" in or not since Borla uses packing material in the mufflers, but it does sound a little more RICEY than the ATAK. Which was unexpected. I have an automatic transmission, and it kinda sounds like a WRX at times. The sound is starting to sound a little better though.

      Marktang

      Year: 2012 Submodel: V6 University of Pittsburgh,

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      July 12, 2014

      First Mod Must

      This axle back system wakes up your v6 giving a nice, deep tone when your foot is on the gas while being quiet while cruising. Quality product, even better sound. Feels like a new car!

      CS2392

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6 Dallas, TX, USA

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      September 12, 2013

      Amazing system, but expensive

      This exhaust not only looks great but sounds great too. The note was a perfect deep growl that roared as the tachometer raised. Plus it comes with a borla hat; what's better? The only thing that is bad about the exhaust is that I was expecting it to be a bit louder and its very expense but the quality of my money was worth it; made in America, for an American car.

      Panther83

      Year: 2012 Submodel: V6

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      February 04, 2013

      Brola Stingers, 2013 V6 - worth the extra $

      Installed on 2013 V6 and I'm very happy with the sound, tone, and quality of Borla stingers. The 4 inch tips look great too. As other pointed out, the instructions were less than complete. Took some extra time to install figuring things out. I estimate it was 1-1/2 to 2 hour job. I love the sound and it really gives the V6 exhaust notes that turns heads. Loud but not too loud - just right for me. I also have a Airaid CAI which helps the exhaust sound even better. Together they are a perfect combo.

      Dan1310

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6 Bel Air, MD 21014, USA

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 28, 2016

      Good exhaust

      Not as loud as I was hoping but still has a powerful tone.

      Viper93

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (1)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      February 17, 2016

      Just Do It

      If you are like me you have spent hours on the internet listening and comparing sound clips. First let me say that the sound clips do not do this system justice. On my initial start up I was expecting the sound from the video clips but I was pleasantly surprised. It is much louder and overall it sounds better than I expected. I will base my review off of the given categories. Exhaust Note: The tone is perfect. The initial start up sounds like a totally new car. I cannot believe how loud and deep it sounds. It has a nice burble and pop on shifts and it exceeded my expectations. Bang For Your Buck: Borla products are not cheap, but you get what you pay for. You have one chance to put the right exhaust on, you might as well start with the best. Fit and Finish: The muffler and tips were in perfect condition. It arrived in bubble wrap with more than adequate packing and not a scratch on the entire system. The 4.5" chrome tips are polished nicely and really fill the cut-outs well. Loudness (Volume): The volume is perfect being right between the Touring and ATAK. When you cruise and under gentle acceleration it has a bass tone but is by no means obnoxious. Around 2,000 RPMs you can barley hear it cruising down the highway. No drone at all. Install: The hardest part was removing the factory system. The hangers towards the front of the vehicle take a little WD40 and some muscle but eventually they pop out. Make sure you remove the factory clamp because you will need them for the new system. I had to adjust the tips a few times because the driver's side tip wanted to keep rubbing against the wall of the cutouts. It took some adjusting of the hangers but was a small issue. Overall: You will not be disappointed if you purchase this exhaust system. It has the best sound for the 3.7, is well made, and American Muscle has great service. I highly recommend the Borla S Type.

      AkPony75

      Year: 2013 Submodel: V6 Fairbanks, AK

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      December 26, 2015

      AMAZING

      I had been searching for a very, very long time for exhaust for my 2014 Mustang V6 Premium. I watched hundreds of videos, talked to many people about their exhaust, and I finally chose the Borla S -Type. I was looking for something that was louder than stock exhaust, but not obnoxiously loud. I also wanted something that had no drone, which this axle back system fills that requirement as well. And the biggest thing I wanted was a deeper tone to the sound. It has a nice rumble at idle, roars to life when you step on the gas, and for the most part the sound goes away when you are at cruising speeds. Overall I love this system. The hardest part was getting the first muffler off, but after that it was a lot easier.

      Paulyd

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6 Texas

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: 0-$100

      December 14, 2014

      Amazing Sounding Exhaust

      I did a lot of research on exhaust for my v6 mustang before I finally decided to purchase these, and it was probably the best purchase I've made for my car so far! Borla did an excellent job with this exhaust system. These REALLY wake your car up and make it sound like a sports car (they way it should!). Absolutely no drone, which should be expected from Borla. Had a local shop install for $60, and it took them less than 30 minutes to install. DO NOT hesitate to buy this exhaust, JUST BUY IT!

      ryanw2011

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6 Shelby County, AL, USA

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