Borla Stainless Steel S-Type 2-1/2" Axle-Back Exhaust Kit with 4" Polished Exhaust Tips for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 GT Mustangs.
Everyone knows the potential of the 5.0L Coyote V8 that’s lurking under the hood of your new but the factory exhaust leaves a lot to be desired for your average muscle car enthusiast. Sadly, one of the first things you are bound to notice on your new 2015-2017 Mustang GT the moment you bring it home from the dealership is how tame and subdued it sounds. But…Borla has the perfect solution!
Borla introduces their brand new S-Type Axle-Back Kit for all 2015-2017 GT Mustangs to help alleviate this issue. Manufactured entirely out of T-304 Stainless Steel, this 2-1/2" Axle-back exhaust Kit will give you that perfect muscle car sound. This Borla Axle-Back exhaust kit utilizes cut and clamp design that will bolt directly up to your factory exhaust piping after the rear axle, keeping your Mustang 100% emission compliant. And the tuned S-Type mufflers with 4" polished stainless steel tips not only sound amazing but will look great for the life of your Mustang.
Features and Benefits:
- Easy Cut and Clamp Installation
- Full Stainless Steel Construction
- Polished 4” Angle Cut Rolled Exhaust Tips
- Borla Logo Embossed on each Exhaust Tip
- 2-1/2” Mandrel Bent Piping
- Straight Through Design with No Drone
- Reuses Stock Exhaust Hangers and Mounts
- Includes All Necessary Hardware and Instructions for Installation
*This kit WILL fit both the Fastback and Convertible 5.0L GT Mustang.
The factory exhaust is frequently the first item to get replaced in any new or classic Mustang restoration, and rightly so. The increased performance and better sound that you'll get from an aftermarket system usually far exceeds what the factory can offer. The products from Borla Performance Industries are some of the top exhaust systems available for your Mustang.
Order the Borla Stainless Steel S-Type 2-1/2" Axle-Back Exhaust Kit with 4" Polished Exhaust Tips for your 2015, 2016 or 2017 Mustang GT from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Will this fit my 2016 v6 mustang
What is the difference in sound between the Borla S Type axle back and the Ford Racing Sport axle back - with resonator left on? I had heard that the Ford Racing Sport was not as loud, but similar in tone. Is that correct.
Which is louder with the resonator left on - This Borla S Type or the Roush?
Will these fit a 2015 GT convertible?
Do you have any videos of this axle back teamed up with your MRT Resonator Delete H Pipe?
From this video, it sounds as if this Borla S-type, with resonator left on, is not as loud and raspy as the Ford Racing by Borla Touring axle-back with MRT H-pipe. Anyone have thoughts on this?
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For this installation today, a lift or a jack and jack stands, half inch ratchet, 15mm socket, tape measure, marker, sawzall and safety glasses.
Like many other axle-backs we've already shown you, this one's going to cut in right back here behind the axle. Because it is an axle-back system, this is going to fit your fast back or convertible. Just follow the curve until it ends, I'm going to measure over two inches from the end of the curve, mark, and cut.
Once it's cut now, slide it off the hanger. Once you have the pipe cut off, the installation's very easy. You slide it up into the rear hanger first, line the pipe up, and slide it over. Tighten the clamp and repeat the process on the other side.
Now let's see how our S-type axle-back sounds. Very similar sound to the cat back, I thought it would, a little less volume but very similar tone. Right out of the box, the Borla S-type has the sound I kind of expected the axle-back to have. It's got a similar tone of the cat back, just less overall volume. It sounds really good in it's own right, and probably if you put it one of our H-pipes sound even better.
Just like all Borla's now, now we're cruising at 2000 RPM, 65 miles an hour on the highway, zero drone, don't even know it's back there. Give it a little gas, it wakes up, but cruising speeds you can drive all day and not even know its there.
Overall, the S-type, again I'm still a fan. It's a good sounding muffler if you want something that has a nice rich tone, really sounds good when you get on it, but no drone on the highway, nice and quiet, it's an excellent choice. Like all the axle-back systems you have to cut to put it on, but overall the installation's pretty simple, takes about an hour to do so you can be back on the road in no time.