2015-2017 Mustang EcoBoost Exhaust Buying GuideLast Updated September 5, 2019 | Chris Cervenka
It can be frustrating looking through pages and pages of exhaust for your Mustang all without finding something that works for you. Add that with the fact you may not be able to hear them in person before purchasing, and it can be a nightmare. This guide will be a step in the right direction for anyone looking for more information on picking up some exhaust for their EcoBoost Mustang!
An axle-back system is great for those who are looking for that throaty exhaust note, aren’t as concerned with power gains and would like a reduced price point. A cat-back on the other hand, is for those who may plan on doing headers in the future, want a customizable option with an X or H pipe and want full power benefits from an exhaust system. Now that you know the difference between an Axle-Back and Cat-Back, you have the knowledge at hand to make an educated decision about the direction of your Mustang build’s exhaust system! Check out the CJ Pony Parts website for all of your Mustang’s exhaust needs!
One of the most frustrating things in modifying your Mustang, ST, F100, F150 or Bronco is finding the perfect exhaust note. For V6 and V8 motors, the question of which mid-pipe to purchase is definitely a common one. Researching which mid-pipe is best for build is as simple as reading through this article! For V6 and V8 motors, the question of which mid-pipe to purchase is definitely a common one.
If you’ve spent any time on our website surfing for 2015+ Mustang parts, you’ve probably already come to the conclusion that there definitely isn’t an equal amount of aftermarket parts for the V6 as there is for the EcoBoost. Ever since the 2.3L EcoBoost’s introduction as the non-V8 Mustang, there has been an overwhelming popularity for that platform over the 3.7L. This is due in part of Ford’s push for the EcoBoost platform and the serious potential for that motor upon turning the boost up.
Single vs dual exhaust is an age-old debate when it comes to upgrading from your factory exhaust. You may already have a single exhaust and are thinking about converting to a dual exhaust system. Perhaps you may just want to keep your single exhaust setup but still upgrade to a better aftermarket exhaust for added performance benefits. Whether you are looking to update your current exhaust setup or looking at vehicles to purchase, there are pros and cons to both single and dual exhausts.