Mustang Mufflers 1964-2014
Mustang Mufflers 1964-2014
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- Flowmaster Muffler FlowFX Series Stainless Steel 2-1/2" Offset In/Offset Out$34.88 Regular Price $38.75
- Flowmaster Muffler FlowFX Series Stainless Steel 2-1/2" Offset In/Center Out$35.39 Regular Price $39.32
- Flowmaster Muffler FlowFX Series Stainless Steel 2-1/4" Offset In/Center Out$35.39 Regular Price $39.32
- Flowmaster Muffler 40 Series Delta Flow 2-Chamber 2" In/Out 1965-1973$89.96 Regular Price $99.95
- Flowtech Muffler 2-1/2" Red Hots$20.93 Regular Price $23.25
- Flowtech Muffler 2" Red Hots$20.93 Regular Price $23.25
- Flowmaster Muffler 40 Series 2-1/2" 1979-2004$71.96 Regular Price $79.95
- Flowtech Muffler 2" Raptor Turbo$27.56 Regular Price $30.62
- Flowmaster Muffler 2-1/2" Super 44 Series Offset In/Center Out 1965-1973$76.46 Regular Price $84.95
- 79-04 2-1/2 Super 44 Series Muffler Offset In/Opposite Offset Out 1979-2004$76.46 Regular Price $84.95
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When it comes to aftermarket upgrades, many Ford Mustang owners seek to churn every ounce of hidden horsepower and torque out of their engines. The easiest way to accomplish that is by tuning the obstructive exhaust system from the factory. In order to create a more efficient pathway for exhaust gasses, many muscle car owners trade in the restrictive exhaust manifolds for new headers. Aftermarket Mustang headers eliminate back pressure, which increases the rate of exhaust flow out of your engine.
Making the switch to headers leads to greater efficiency, and eventually, greater output from your motor. Performing aftermarket mods to the front of the exhaust system lays the foundation for an easier escape for toxic fumes, but what about the rear? Once the exhaust gasses travel through the intermediate and mid-pipes, their job is not finished. In order to properly round off your new-look exhaust system, it would behoove you to invest in a proper replacement Mustang muffler.
Ford Mustang mufflers dictate the volume and tone of the engine noise out of your exhaust system. When sound waves travel through the chambers of your muffler, they compete with one another and create opposing sound waves, which partially cancels out original sound waves. A Mustang muffler works alongside the resonator to regulate sound and deaden that annoying exhaust drone. Unlike resonators, however, Mustang mufflers are designed to regulate the overall volume across all RPMs.
In order to be as loud as possible, many muscle car enthusiasts are eager to eliminate their mufflers, but doing so will get the attention from their neighbors, as well as law enforcement rather quickly. Everyone loves a super loud exhaust and dropping weight from a vehicle is never a bad thing, particularly if you engage in performance driving, but it is not always feasible. If you are not able to get rid out it entirely, swapping your factory component for an aftermarket Mustang muffler represents a great happy medium!
Stock Mustang mufflers feature multiple chambers that are too quiet for some pony car owners. Additionally, some factory components can be in the neighborhood of 25-28 pounds, which is a great deal of weight that could slow you down on the track. In contrast, aftermarket Ford Mustang mufflers are far lighter and can help create a memorable sound. If you want a higher-pitched exhaust note to match European cars or a deeper, throaty sound, your new muffler can help facilitate your desires.
Whether you are active on the race circuit or if you simply want to better announce your car’s presence to the world, you cannot go wrong with a new Mustang muffler!
Find the Best Mustang Mufflers at CJ Pony Parts
Due to its physical location on the vehicle and that it is constantly dealing with the heavy flow of exhaust gas, your muffler from the factory will take a beating, both inside and out over the years. Whether it be due to rust, corrosion, or damage from road debris, it does not take very much to harm a stock muffler on the outside. If you are noticing any unusual sounds coming from the rear of your exhaust, chances are that your muffler has seen better days.
The best way to maintain your exhaust system’s sound and performance is to swap out a damaged component for a new muffler as soon as possible. With that in mind, CJ Pony Parts is proud to be your one-stop-shop for the best Mustang mufflers and exhaust accessories around! Because we are dedicated to helping you customize your exhaust system to your liking, CJ’s only carries aftermarket Mustang mufflers from the most trusted names in the industry.
Regardless of which popular brand that you select, you can rest easy knowing that your vehicle will sound great for many years to come! In order to appeal to Ford owners from all walks of life, CJ Pony Parts sells Ford Mustang mufflers for sale in all model years, from the first 1964.5 ‘Stang off of the assembly line, to the most recent model year. The replacement Mustang mufflers from CJ’s are constructed from some of the finest materials around and would all make great additions to your exhaust system.
Be sure to note your muscle car’s correct year as well as any other specific instructions before you make your final purchase. What are you waiting for? Head over to CJ Pony Parts for the best Mustang mufflers on the market today!