Ford Mustang GT Exhaust Systems

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Muscle cars are built to thrill, and there are few cars that have evolved into a performance-focused machine like the Ford Mustang GT.

The Ford Mustang GT started as an option package for the 1965 model year, and since then has only gained in popularity with legions of loyal fans. From the iconic Fox - body that popularized the numbers “5.0” to the controversial “New Edge” Ford Mustang GT and Retro - Revival generation; every single Ford Mustang GT oozes charisma and style.

Modern Ford Mustang GT models, equipped with the incredible 5.0 Coyote V8, enjoy a thoroughly modern driving experience that goes toe to toe with the world's best sports cars.

Stainless Steel Exhaust Systems For Ford Mustang GT

What could be better than a Ford Mustang GT V-8? How about a Ford Mustang GT V-8 with a thundering V-8 soundtrack courtesy of the Ford Mustang fanatics at Borla. If you want a sound that will make your muscle car enthusiast blood run hot without resorting to annoying droning on the highway, Borla has you covered with a full line of T-304 stainless steel exhaust products.

Choose Your Sound Level

Depending on which Mustang GT you own (we offer Ford Mustang GT exhaust systems for 1987-current Mustangs), Borla Ford Mustang GT exhaust systems offer three different sound levels to dial in just the right amount of thunder and noise:

  • Touring: Traditional muscle car sound that offers a proper burble at idle, and a deep, roaring soundtrack as engine speeds climb.
  • S-Type: Full racing howl with more sound, and more fury from the Ford Mustang GT's all-American V-8 powerplant.
  • ATAK: Furiously aggressive with a ripping sound that ricochets off buildings and assaults your ears with a forceful, yet well-tuned V-8 sound.

ATAK: Furiously aggressive with a ripping sound that ricochets off buildings and assaults your ears with a forceful, yet well-tuned V-8 sound.

In addition to three different sound levels, Borla also offers two different exhaust system configurations to suit the needs of Ford Mustang GT owners: Cat-Back™ and Axle-Back.

Let's discuss the differences.

Cat-Back™ and Axle-Back Exhaust Systems For Ford Mustang GT

Our Ford Mustang GT exhaust systems are offered in 2 different configurations: Cat-Back and Axle-Back.

Simply put, no one knows Cat-Back systems like Borla because we invented the concept of the Cat-Back system over 43 years ago. Cat-Back exhaust systems replace all the components in your stock Mustang GT exhaust from behind the catalytic converters back to the exhaust tips. Cat-Back exhaust systems retain the factory catalytic converters and keep your vehicle street-legal.

Axle-Back systems stop short of replacing everything from behind the cats to the tips and instead replaces the mufflers, some rear piping, and the tips themselves. This option gives you most of that spine-tingling Borla Cat-Back sound, but at a more affordable cost.

Whether you choose a Cat-Back or Axle-Back system, the muscle car fanatics at Borla have specifically engineered our systems to work with the unique harmonics of Ford Mustang GT V-8 engines from the Fox-body 5.0, all the way up to the modern Coyote V-8 found in the latest generation of Mustang GT. Every system we build is honed from ultra-premium T-304 stainless steel, with ultra-smooth mandrel bends to ensure optimum flow.

Worried about drone on the highway? Borla's exclusive No Drone™ technology eliminates annoying highway drone, while still giving you the sound you've come to expect from Borla.

Borla SwitchFire™

Borla has always been known for pushing the envelope of innovation. One of the latest products to come from the Borla sound labs is the incredible Borla SwitchFire X-Pipe for the S550 Mustang GT.

When Ford introduced the Coyote V-8 for the Mustang GT, the automotive industry collectively dropped their jaws. Gone was the old school tech found in previous Mustang GT's, replaced by a thoroughly modern engine with engine technology like dual overhead camshafts, variable valve timing, and lightweight engine internals. The result of this innovation is an engine that makes serious power, is a joy to modify, revs hard, and sounds incredible at the limit.

To capitalize on this unique engine, the Borla SwitchFire X-Pipe utilizes patented technology that eliminates the turbulent front resonator section of the stock exhaust and combines engine exhaust pulses from both banks for a stunning sound. The SwitchFire X-Pipe replaces the stock front resonator and clamps on to the stock exhaust system.

The Leaders In Performance Exhaust

Since 1978, Borla Performance Industries has been the leader in stainless steel performance exhaust technology.

Borla performs all design and research for our premium stainless steel exhaust systems in Oxnard, California. Every single system we develop in-house is built to work with the unique engine harmonics and design of everything from European sports cars to sport-compact legends. This bespoke approach to building exhaust systems means our systems always “sound like heaven and go like hell.”

We're proud to offer a true “Made In The USA” product that is not only sold around the world but has become the global standard for performance exhaust systems.  Once a design is completed in California, all specifications are sent to our state-of-the-art facility in Johnson City, Tennessee, for production and shipping to locations all over the globe. This sprawling facility employs over 300 men and women and has become a shining example of community involvement.

Pioneering and proprietary features like Polyphonic and SwitchFire exhaust technologies consistently put Borla on the cutting edge of the performance exhaust industry and squarely in the hearts of true enthusiasts the world over. Our street systems are offered with an industry-leading Million-Mile Warranty that backs up our claims with real service and support.

Explore borla.com to find your favorite sound and system design for your Ford Mustang GT!

2018 Ford Mustang GT with Borla Exhaust
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