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Corsa Touring Axle-Back Exhaust w/ Black Tips (15-17 GT)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Corsa "Touring" Axle-Back
    • Slightly Louder than Stock with No Drone
    • Straight-Through Mufflers Featuring Corsa's Patented RSC Technology
    • 304 Stainless Steel Construction
    • 3" Mandrel-Bent Tubing w/ 2.5" Step-Down Flanges
    • Black Chromed, 4.5" Pro-Series Tips
    • Cut & Clamp Design
    • Made in the USA
    • Fits 2015-2017 GT Fastback and Convertible Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, everybody, I'm Justin with, and this is my detailed review of the Corsa Touring Series axle-back exhaust system fitting all 2015 and newer Fastback GTs, available with your choice of either a black or polished tip. Now, when it comes to premium exhaust systems, Corsa continues to be one of the top dogs in both sound quality and overall build quality and subsequently price. Now, insert your favorite cliche here, you pay for what you get, you know the deal. But it certainly applies when you're talking about exhaust systems, and the Corsa is one of the best I've seen. Now, even though this thing is pretty much at the top of the food chain when it comes to overall impact to your bank account, it still continues be a favorite with many Mustang owners out there on the site and yours truly. So Corsa essentially has two different mufflers with the S550. They have the Touring muffler, which I have with me here today and the more aggressive sport muffler. But what they've been able to do is essentially create four different totally unique sounds by starting with these mufflers and then adding in their Double Helix X-pipe. So let's run them down for you. We'll start with the Touring axle-back again here. Add in that Double Helix X-pipe, and you have the more aggressive sport cat-back. Start with that more aggressive sport axle-back and then add in that double helix X pipe, and now, you have the crazy, loud, and aggressive extreme cat-back. Now, I know this is very confusing, but it's important to point out, because essentially, this isn't the end-all be-all. You start with the axle-back, you add a mid-pipe, and you can totally grow and transform your sound depending on that mid-pipe. And since this is an exhaust video after all, let's talk about that sound a little bit more. Now, as you guys just heard the Touring axle-back is gonna be pretty mild. Now, a portion of that is due to these mufflers themselves and another portion of that is due to the fact that that factory resonator is still in place. So for these two reasons alone, it's an easy two out of five on my one to five or one to wake the neighbors scale. It's gonna be just a little bit louder than stock as it sits now, but it's gonna give you a lot better tone. And with that said, this exhaust, it could be for somebody who values tone over volume. It's a classy sounding system, and it's gonna help you fly under the radar with your GT. Having said that, this would also be an awesome choice for those of you guys at home who are considering adding long tubes into the equation. And here's why I say that. Now, as I talked about a little earlier, Corsa does offer the more aggressive extreme system, and if you haven't heard it yet, cruise on over to the product page and give it a listen. Now, that ear-bleeding tone is with the stock manifolds in place. Add long tubes into that equation, and you've essentially maxed out the wake the neighbor scale, and you are now entering into the wake the dead scale. It's just crazy loud, and it might be good for some people out there, but for those of us who are getting a little older, maybe a little lamer, you're gonna want something you can live with everyday. And the Touring series muffler is gonna help keep those sound levels down to a sane level with those long tubes in place. All right, guys. Now, that you know what to expect when it comes to tone, let's talk construction. And again, nothing but quality here form the Corsa. As you might expect when forking out over a G for an axle-back, premium grade 304 stainless steel throughout, 3-inch mandrel bends here with the axle-back, again, the Touring series mufflers with the patented RSC or reflective sound cancellation technology, it's gonna allow for all that tone but without any drone while cruising on the highway, and finally, these massive and glorious four-and-a-half-inch tips. Polished is gonna cost you a little bit less, but believe me, forking out the extra money for the black chrome here is definitely money well spent. All right, so we've talked about tone, we've talked about build quality, now, let's talk install. If you didn't know, axle-backs do require cutting with the S550 chassis. But it's really not that bad, so we'll call it two out of three on my difficulty meter. Again, if you have a fresh Sawzall blade on hand, a Sawzall, of course, to go along with that blade, and some eye protection, you should be making noise in about an hour or two from start to finish using some basic hand tools. Ok guys, I know I say this a lot around here, but I do really enjoy the Corsa, and here's why. If you're okay with making a sizeable investment in an axle-back, well, then the Touring from Corsa is gonna be a great starting point for you new GT owners out there who are looking for just a little bit more volume and a little bit more tone out of that new ride but don't wanna be too loud right out of the gate. So be sure to check out the full Corsa line up at

    Touring Performance Sound. Corsa Performance Touring Axle-Back systems are acoustically styled and engineered to give your 5.0L Coyote powered S550 Mustang an exhaust note that is louder than factory under acceleration without annoying interior cabin drone. This Corsa Performance Touring exhaust is perfect for those who don't want to attract to much attention, yet want a louder than stock exhaust.

    RSC™ Technology. Corsa designs their mufflers using their own patented Reflective Sound Cancellation® Technology (RSC™) to give your Mustang an aggressive sound under acceleration and a drone-free experience while cruising.

    Quality Construction. Corsa Axle-Back systems are manufactured in the USA from 3.0" diameter premium grade 304 stainless steel tubing for a improved exhaust flow and a perfect fit. The system features two straight-through mufflers that end with black chromed 4.5" Pro-Series tips. This 3" Axle-Back also includes step down flanges so it can be installed with the factory 2.5" exhaust.

    Cut & Clamp Installation. The installation of this Axle-Back Exhaust will require cutting and removing the factory muffler assemblies and clamping the new muffler assemblies in place. Clamps and instructions are provided.

    Application. This Corsa Performance Touring 3.0" Axle-Back exhaust system with black tips is designed to fit all 2015-2017 GT Fastback Mustangs equipped with the Coyote 5.0L V8 engine. Please select Fastback or Convertible from the options above.

    Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 Details

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Right muffler assembly
    • (1) Left muffler assembly
    • (1) Right over axle intermediate pipe
    • (1) Left over axle intermediate pipe
    • (2) Step down flanges - for use with OE size exhaust
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Axle-Back Exhaust Specifications
    Piping Material: 304 Stainless Steel Tip Material : Black Chromed 304 Stainless Steel
    Piping Size: 3" - 2.5" Step Downs Included Tip Size: 4.5"
    Muffler Type: Straight-Through Fitment: 2015-2017 GT
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        I already have the Corsa Extreme catbacks system and I am wanting to quiet it down some since installing long tubes. Will this axle back system bolt onto the current Corsa double x mid pipe I currently have?

        • The Corsa Touring Axle-Back Exhaust can be attached to your Corsa Cat Back, however minor trimming of the exhaust may be required for a perfect fit.

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        after the purchase of this exhaust i lost power, i have a whipple stage 2 with all the add- ons and the whipple provided tune with all the proper specs. how can this be when it is claimed by the manufacturer to increase hp? for those wondering my mods were all professionally installed.

        • The Corsa Touring Axle-Back Exhaust is expected to provide gains of 4 hp and 1 ft-lb of torque however, the actual results will vary from application to application. If you have additional bolt on modifications that are not accounted for in your tune file, this may very well be the issue.

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          Overall Rating 4.5

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          • Loudness / Volume 1.5 1.5
          • Exhaust Note 5 5
          • Fit & Finish 5 5
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.5 4.5

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            December 06, 2017

            Amazing sound, how it should've came stock.

            I shopped for exhausts for almost two years before finally making the plunge, and I do not regret it. The Corsa line all seemed to have the best tone in videos. Some people describe it as exotic, but to me, it just sounds exactly like a Coyote motor should. The Touring Axleback is very similar to stock, except a bit louder and slightly more "glug glug glug" V8 sounding. Honestly, this exhaust could be an OEM option. It is never obnoxious, no drone; the only negative some people may have is that it is not very loud for those of you wanting sheer volume. However, I wanted a system that did not disturb the neighbors but also could make some noise. Dual mode would've been the best option, but I didn't like the sound of the Varex and the Roush was prohibitively expensive, so this is a good compromise. It is on the quieter side, doesn't disturb the neighbors, but roll the windows down and floor it, and you'll smile ear to ear! Part of the quietness is just due to the S550 being well designed for road noise reduction, because you can hear this exhaust noticeably more when going under an overpass or driving next to a wall. The volume level is very throttle dependent, and easy to control. Also, I really didn't believe it was possible, but I feel like the car is faster right as you begin to roll. I know it is basically impossible for an axleback to add horsepower, especially with the stock parts being mandrel bent, and even if it did, it would probably be high in the RPM band and indistinguishable without a dyno. I'm not claiming it adds power, but it seems to pull away from a standstill with more power and smoothness. A lot of people think their car is faster just because its louder, but I'm talking about 0-5mph, 5 throttle, just beginning to pull away- not at 5000RPM screaming. Maybe it's just because I can actually hear the engine begin to engage the clutch, so I can drive it smoother. The biggest negative is the price. I usually just get some off-brand mufflers online and weld them in, they sound as good as the name-brands they replace and are really cheap. But no other brand can replicate the Corsa sound, you have to get the real deal, and boy am I glad I did. This exhaust is perfect for people who like aggressive OEM exhausts. The S550 was too quiet from the factory- this is how it should've came to start. It isn't obnoxiously loud, you won't attract unwanted police attention, your wife and neighbors won't be mad at you, but you'll be happy with the amazing tone! I've always liked my Mustang, but now I LOVE it!


            Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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          • 4/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 21, 2016

            Exactly what I wanted

            This is exactly the look and the sound I wanted, not much louder than stock with a much deeper tone. Now I can hear the acceleration exhaust over the sound of the engine and without any drone at highway speeds. I had Ford racing sport axel backs on my 07 GT and the drone was a killer so I really appreciate the sound cancelation of the Corsa exhaust. 4 out of 5 stars, I took away 1 star due to the cost for this axel back.


            Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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