Few aftermarket specialists create exhaust systems as ballistic as those from MagnaFlow and the tuner has just announced a host of exhaust options for the 2024 Ford Mustang.
The most road-focused option for the 2024 Mustang GT is the xMod Series Cat-Back Performance Exhaust System priced at $4,599. This exhaust features performance-chambered mufflers and resonators with an internal H-pipe design and retains the car’s original exhaust value functionality. As a result, owners can customize the sound profile and should they wish, they can also remove the resonator and H-pipe with the xMod Treme Delete thanks to the use of simple v-band clamps.
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MagnaFlow has also developed three Competition Series exhausts for the Mustang GT. The first kit consists of 3-inch diameter piping with 4-inch black chrome tips and costs $3,399 while the second has 3.5-inch piping and 4.5-inch tips with ‘No-Drone Technology’ and is priced at $2,499. The third package maintains the original piping and tailpipe but replaces the original resonator with new 2.5-inch tubing and is available for $599.
Those who own a 2024 Mustang EcoBoost don’t miss out as MagnaFlow has developed two exhaust options for them. The first consists of 2.5-inch piping with straight-through mufflers and ends with 4.5-inch black chrome tips. MagnaFlow’s second option for the Mustang EcoBoost rocks chambered mufflers with No-Drone Technology, 2.5-inch piping, and 4.0-inch black chrome tips. The exhausts for the EcoBoost are a little cheaper with the first priced at $1,999 and the second available for $3,149.
A host of other expert specialists and tuners are expected to introduce compelling upgrade packages for the Mustang over the coming year or so. At the recent SEMA Show, Ford Performance Parts itself announced a 3.0-liter Whipple supercharger upgrade for the pony car with high-flow injectors, billet high-flow fuel rails, and a 92 mm throttle body. These changes increase horsepower to over 800, a huge leap from the car’s standard 480 hp.