1970 Mustang Exhaust

Exhaust

Create a Legendary Exhaust Sound for Your 1970 Mustang

1970 Mustang Exhaust

Exhaust

Create a Legendary Exhaust Sound for Your 1970 Mustang

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1970 Exhaust

Your 1970 Mustang is a legend, but if your exhaust system has started to sputter, shake, or make other less-desirable noises, then it's time for an upgrade. Whether you want to restore the original exhaust or create your own custom exhaust system, there are great options.

Get Excited About Driving with the Right Exhaust

Sound is a key component of your driving experience. From the deep rumble of the engine to your exhaust note, a great car sounds great. Keeping your Mustang's original exhaust in great shape can help create that sound. That may mean replacing the mufflers, or upgrading any parts that have rusted. It's also good to keep an eye on your hardware. Replacement hardware is available that can help keep your exhaust in the right position without the rust you may be seeing now.

If you're trying to create a custom exhaust solution, there are a lot of directions to go. Many opt to start by upgrading their Mustang to a dual exhaust system. The benefits of this upgrade are obvious. With two exits, backpressure is substantially reduced. They also look much more menacing.

If you were lucky enough to get a dual-exhaust Mustang already, then you may decide to upgrade starting at the top of the exhaust. Replacing your exhaust manifold with long tube or shorty headers is a great way to improve your performance and customize your sound.

If you're the type of person who likes to see a big difference all at once, then getting a complete exhaust system may be the right decision for you. Instead of replacing your exhaust in bits and pieces, you can replace a huge chunk at once. This means you'll see a big change right away.

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