(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Justin: If you dig the sound and the materials of the Corsa Xtreme Cat-Back, but can't stomach paying nearly 1600 bucks for an exhaust, well, then let me introduce you to the next best thing, the MBRP Pro-Series Race Cat-Back System. The Pro-Series will deliver premium 304 grade stainless steel along with an absolutely blistering tone for just south of 900 bucks. The install itself, it's a bolt-on job, so therefore, we will knock it up to a soft two out of three wrenches according to the site here but be sure to stay tuned towards the end of the video for our detailed walkthrough.But let's not waste any time with this system and jump headfirst into the sound you can expect when bolting up the Race cat-back from MBRP. And listen, guys, if you wanna be heard, you wanna turn every head on the block, the Race version might just be the option for you. Absolute no-brainer five out of five all day on my tried and true wake the neighbor scale as this thing is just pumping out boatloads of volume. If you're trying to sneak home after a night out with the boys, this probably isn't gonna be the best system for you. Now, inside the car, on the other hand, the MBRP is an interesting tale of two different systems. Down low on the RPM range, the Race system takes a more of a deeper tone, which does make its way into the car a little bit while cruising, not as much as the MagnaFlow per se, but you definitely hear it in the lower RPM range. However, ring that Coyote out a little bit and you do start to hear some of that telltale rasp of the 5-liter power plant and all of that volume from the Race system.But let's talk about how this system gets its very loud and very unique tone. And honestly, you're gonna have the combination of very unique Helmholtz style resonators, as they call these things, working in conjunction with the included H-pipe here. Now as you heard with our sound clips, guys, these resonators or mufflers or whatever you want to call them don't do much in the way of quietening things down per se, instead they're just more gonna shape the sound of the system here while working to reduce some of the drone at the same time. But aside from the unique muffler/resonator design going on here, MBRP will also feature 3-inch mandrel bent tubing with this system along with the incorporated H-pile which I always love to point out. Finally, guys, everything is going to exit out of the quad 4-inch tips polished to a bright shine, of course, and etched with that MBPR logo.But again, this is the Pro-Series, guys, which means MBRP is delivering the goods here as far as materials are concerned, meaning premium 304 grade stainless steel throughout, which will provide you with the best durability and the corresponding lifetime warranty. Now, as expected, you are gonna pay a little bit more for this quality of material. But the wonderful thing about MBRP is that they do offer many different systems out there for many different budgets. So, if you can't necessarily swing the Pro-Series and its 304 grade stainless, you always have the Black Series or even the Installer Series, which will deliver a near-identical sound for far less dough. But as promised, let's get into the installation. And again, this is a 100% bolt-on job, gang. So, expect a relatively simple day in the driveway or garage. And to give you a better idea of what to expect, here is a detailed walkthrough along with that tool breakdown.Tony: Now, the tools used for this installation are as follows, an impact gun or ratchet, a 15-millimeter socket, and a 13-millimeter socket. Now, let's get started with the disassembly of our Mustang's cat-back. Now, with the S550 body style, these are the easiest to uninstall. You just take off four bolts at the rear for the hangers, two more bolts right here at this crossmember, then you go up and you loosen up the two clamps that come off your header extension pipes and slide the entire exhaust out as one unit. The only thing we'll be saving from our factory exhaust are our rubber isolators. Now, let's go ahead and get started. We're gonna begin with a 13-millimeter to take off our hangers and then a 15-millimeter to disconnect our clamp. With your 13-millimeter on your socket or your small impact gun, go ahead and remove your four bolts that hold your rear hangers on. Same 13-millimeter, we're gonna go ahead and get these two mid-hangers out of the way. Now with our 15-millimeter socket on our larger impact gun, we're gonna go ahead and disconnect these two clamps. Now you don't need an impact gun. You can use a ratchet if that's all that you have.Now we got our friend Ryan here to give us a hand pulling down our exhaust. All we're gonna do is lift it off of our hangers and slide it all out as one piece. Now we're gonna begin with the installation, we're gonna begin with installing our H-pipe. Now you see it's a H-pipe because it has this little pipe that adds them together instead of the two pipes crossing into each other. Now, this is just gonna slide into our factory clamps, and I'm gonna hold it in place using my pole jack. Till we get everything else put on, we're not gonna to tighten up the clamps just yet.Next, we're gonna go ahead and get our extension pipes on the back of our H-pipe. Now, we're gonna use a clamp that was supplied in our kit, slide that over the end, and we're gonna use our factory hanger that came with our factory exhaust, just slide that over. Now just repeat that for the other side and then we'll move on to the ends.Now from this point, I like to go ahead and put these bolts back in to hold these hangers in place so they don't move around when we're trying to line everything up. We're gonna go ahead and get this tail section on our cat-back exhaust. After that, we're gonna go ahead and get our tips on. Once again, we use our factory rear hangers and the clamp supplied in the kit.Now, once again, just go ahead and repeat that for the opposite side. Now for the final pieces to our kit, our nice chrome tips. They just slide right over the ends. Now, all we gotta do is get our other tips on, then go ahead, get everything lined up and then tighten it all down. Now, with all our parts installed in our kit, we got our tips lined up, all we gotta do is make our little adjustments and tighten everything up as we go along. Now before tightening up our clamps, let's just secure down our hangers using the factory hardware. And using a large Allen key, just go ahead and tighten down your tips.Now, that concludes the installation of our MBRP Cat-Back Exhaust. Now, this is our Track edition with our chrome tips. Now, for more parts and videos like these, make sure you visit us at americanmuscle.com.
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Pro-Series by MBRP. For optimized exhaust flow and performance gains, look no further than the MBRP Pro-Series Cat-Back Exhaust - Race Version. This cat-back exhaust system delivers racing-inspired performance, optimizing exhaust flow which results in increased horsepower and torque.
T304 Stainless Steel. This cat-back exhaust system is constructed using mandrel bent T304 stainless steel with 3 inch diameter piping and quad 4 inch dual wall tips for a throaty roar with minimized cab drone.
Warranty. A Limited Lifetime Warranty cover any defects in materials and workmanship from the manufacturer. Any products that are altered or have received poor quality maintenance or installation will not be included.
Installation. You should expect to take no more than 2 hours installing this unit, with a medium level of difficulty if you have light to moderate mechanical skills.
Application. The MBRP Pro-Series Cat-Back Exhaust - Race Version is compatible with the 2018-2023 Ford Mustang GT without Active Exhaust.
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(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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