1967 Mustang Exhaust

Exhaust

Get Better Sound and Performance with an Upgraded Exhaust for Your 1967 Mustang

1967 Mustang Exhaust

Exhaust

Get Better Sound and Performance with an Upgraded Exhaust for Your 1967 Mustang

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1967 Exhaust

Is the exhaust on your 1967 Mustang starting to suffer from rusts and leaks? Unfortunately, it's normal to see some damage after decades of use. If that's the case, then you'll need to repair your exhaust to keep it from creating backpressure that could limit your engine. Whether you want a stock replacement or want to upgrade to something a little more spectacular, we've got a variety of exhaust options for your classic.

Get the Exhaust Note You Want

Most '67 Mustangs came stock with a single exhaust system. While that's fine, there's no denying that the dual exhaust systems offer a major sound, performance, and appearance upgrade. There are so many benefits to this upgrade that it's become popular through the years. That means there are multiple ways to take your single exhaust system to a dual. You can keep it period-correct or go all-modern.

Your exhaust system starts with the stock exhaust manifold. And for many, this is a limiting factor for how much backpressure they can eliminate. Fortunately, using headers to replace your exhaust manifold can open this area up considerably. Long tube and short tube headers offer different sounds and different strengths.

Whether you just need a new gasket to keep your exhaust running well, or you need a totally new exhaust system, the right parts will make sure you have a great installation experience.

Not the year you're looking for? Check out these years: 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.