MBRP Black Series 3" Race Cat-Back Exhaust System for 2015, 2016 and 2017 Fastback EcoBoost Mustangs.
Have you just purchased a new Fastback EcoBoost S550 Mustang? If so, we are sure you noticed upon starting the engine, just how quiet your new pony car actually is. Enter MBRP, with a solution that will not break the bank and will provide you with the right sound and performance you demand!
MBRP introduces their new loud, aggressive, wake your neighbors up in the morning kind of option with the Black Series 3" Race Cat-Back Exhaust System for your Fastback EcoBoost Mustang. And to top it all off, this system is manufactured with aluminized steel piping that has been painted with a high temperature black coating designed specifically for exhaust applications.
Features and Benefits:
- Loud and Aggressive Race Version
- Black 4-1/2” Tips for a Stealthy Look
- Large 3” Aluminized Steel Piping for Maximum Flow
- Utilizes Included Y-Pipe for an Improved Exhaust Note
- Includes All Necessary Clamps and Hardware
- 100% Bolt-On Installation
Please Note: This MBRP Exhaust System will Not work on Convertible Mustangs.
An MBRP performance exhaust system is the starting point to getting the most from your cold air intakes, tuners and other bolt-ons. Combined with an aftermarket downpipe, this system will not only sound crazy, but also show great power gains due to drastically improved flow capacity. Furthering those power gains is a high-flow Y-Pipe and large 3” mandrel-bent aluminized steel piping all capped off with stealthy 4-1/2” black tips.
Installation is a walk in the park with a lift and not too bad with a jack and jack stands, take into consideration it’s a 100% bolt-on installation with basic hand tools. This exhaust system spent numerous hours on the dyno and hundreds of miles on the street and track to guarantee the best performance imaginable. MBRP's cat-back system was engineered to maximize exhaust flow and in turn minimizes exhaust temperatures.
The new 2.3L EcoBoost engine has just made its introduction into the Mustang, but already has been proven to make huge amounts of power, but the exhaust note just isn’t there to back up the potential that rest beneath your hood. This cat-back system from MBRP will take your EcoBoost S550 to the next level with a loud, aggressive and race-inspired exhaust note.
Order MBRP’s Black Series 3" Race Cat-Back Exhaust System for your 2015-2017 Fastback EcoBoost Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Hi . I have this exhAustralia I wanted to know what catted downpipes you sell that are compatible with this exhaust without having to modifyou it ?
Is the exhaust for the convertible the same as a coupe? I was told it's not the same......who better to ask than the experts!!
Is that MBRP Cat-Back Exhaust System Race 3" Black Series Fastback EcoBoost 2015-2017 works with 2015 V6 convertible?
I am really considering this exhaust and want to pair it with a good down pipe but since I am in California I have to stick with a catted pipe so my question is. What would be the best catted down pipe to pair with this exhaust?
Hello, this system completely as in the photo? to see?
Hello. Is it known whether the system is allowed in Germany? Are there documents which a German ABE (general operating permit) are similar and therefore register in Germany easier?
Will this fit with the MRT high-flow downpipe?
Is this exhaust system legal in California?
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The MBRP Race Cat-Back's going to bolt to your stock down pipe and then go to a set of 3" Y pipe through mandrel bends into a set of black coated tailpipes, through the race mufflers, ending in a set of the black coated 4 1/2" tips. The Race is going to be their loudest and most aggressive system and comes with everything necessary for installation.
For this installation we need a lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8" ratchet, 13 millimeter socket, 15 millimeter socket, 5/16" allen key, short extension, swivel, and exhaust hanger removal tool.
We already have an aftermarket system installed on our EcoBoost but the removal of this will be the exact same as the factory system. We'll start by taking off these two bolts here, remove the two bolts up front for the clamp, slide it back to release the clamp, then slide it forward off the rear hangers. Because of the weight and size I do suggest getting help though, getting this whole system off. We'll start by putting the Y pipe up into place, we use the stock clamp, slide it on, make sure the plate is facing down, and we'll tighten it up just to hold it. You want to grab the clamps off the stock exhaust.
We'll start the tailpipe installation by putting the clamp on first, you want ot leave the nut the inward side makes it easier to get to. Then you want to slide the factory hanger onto the pipe, we'll put it up into the factory tailpipe hanger, and then slide the pipe over. Leave that loose for now and do the same thing with the other side.
You want to push all the pipes kind of upward, get everything lined up, and then tighten the clamps. Now I'm going to re-install the top bolts for the rear hangers. Now we can move on to the tips. With the pipes lined up we can install the tips now. Put a little lubricant on the outside of the pipe, it'll make it easier to get the tip on, they're going to be a little bit tight because of the black paint. Get the tip lined up where you want it and then tighten it down and our installation's finished. Now let's see how it sounds. When you first fire it up at idle you're going to notice it's a deep tone. We're used to the Race being real loud and aggressive, in this case it's actually got a very deep tone at idle. When you rev it up, same kind of thing, it's actually a lot deeper than I expected, it is reminiscent of the EcoBoost system that was on the Focus ST that I'm a big fan of. Now let's take it out on the road.
The first thing you'll notice about the MBRP Race System is how deep of a tone it is. Every time we do a video on EcoBoost Mustang with the exhaust system, the first question we get is which one sounds most like a V8, well none of them will because it's a 4-cylinder turbo, you're just never going to get that V8 sound but if you want a deeper tone the closest thing you're probably going to find to that V8 sound is going to be this MBRP Race. It really has a nice deep tone when you're cruising. Going through the gears it has a great sound, you can really hear the turbo through the exhaust system, like I said it has a lot of depth to it. It definitely doesn't sound as 4-cylinder as some of the other ones that we've done. I'm in sixth gear, cruising at 2,000 RPM, you can still hear it, it's not like some of the systems where it goes completely silent at 2. You're not getting a real deep drone out of it, you do hear it a little bit, which seems to be typical of any of the systems, even the V8 systems.
If they're going to have a deep tone the trade off is you will hear them a little bit on the highway as well. If you have an EcoBoost Mustang and you're looking for that loud aggressive sound, really that turbo sound but still kind of keep a deeper tone, definitely check out the MBRP Race System, it's an excellent choice to give you, like I said, a nice deep, rich tone. Doesn't really have a lot of that turbo 4-cylinder sound a lot of the systems have.