Install Guide: 2015-2017 Mustang Roush Axle-Back ExhaustLast Updated February 5, 2020
There's no doubt that the factory exhaust that comes on the 2015-2017 Mustang GT is quiet, restrictive and overall boring. That's where the Roush Axle-Back from Roush Performance steps in to provide better exhaust flow with a straight-through racing style muffler and an aggressive, throaty exhaust note. Find out how to install it in this guide!
2011 was a monumental year for Ford, Ford Racing and the S197 platform. This year in particular introduced an all-new 5.0L “Coyote” V8 with twin-independent variable camshaft timing pumping out a nasty 412 horsepower and 390 lb/ft of torque, which was then bumped to 420 for 2013-2014 GTs. Compared to the 2010’s outgoing 320 horsepower, this was quite a jump in power for nearly the same price. After picking up your new pony, the next step is always a good sounding exhaust system!
For many Mustang owners, it’s about getting that perfect exhaust note, which can be very subjective. However, time and time again, many of our customers can agree that the Roush Performance Axle-Back is one of the best sounding Axle-Back systems out there for these cars.
With the Ford Mustang being one of the most widely modified vehicles in the world, there’s no doubt that finding the right parts to customize and accessorize your 2015-2017 Mustang GT can be quite difficult. From Cold Air Intakes to Superchargers and Coilover Suspension Kits, there are a plethora of options available for the S550. Let Bill & the crew at CJ’s take you through Bill’s Top 5 for the S550 GT!
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.