Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to improve the performance of your 2008 Ford Mustang GT by installing a MagnaFlow cat-back Exhaust system.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/1139/ford-Mustang-magnaflow-Exhaust-installation/
Ford Mustang BBK Intake Kit & SCT Programmer Installation
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to install a
cold air kit from BBK Performance on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT, tuned with a programmer
from SCT Performance.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/1123/ford-Mustang-bbk-intake-kit-sct-programmer
Ford Mustang Aluminum Drive Shaft & Short Shifter Installation
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to install a
Leonard Racing SpyderShaft aluminum drive shaft and a Steeda Tri-Ax short
throw shifter on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/1135/ford-Mustang-aluminum-drive-shaft-short-sh
Learn How To Weld
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ introduces you welding with
the Handler 140 MIG welder and other accessories from Hobart Welders. Brian
Karas guest stars.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/blog/1480/learn-how-to-weld/
How-To Lower a Ford Mustang
Chris Duke of Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv/ shows you how to lower a 2008
Ford Mustang GT (S197)
using a FR3 handling pack from Ford Racing.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/2610/lowering-a-Mustang
Mustang MagnaFlow Catback Exhaust Kit and X-Pipe Installation 1999-2004
This MagnaFlow Stainless Steel Catback Exhaust Kit with 3.5" Exhaust Tips is for 1999-2004 Cobra Mustangs. It's made from 2.5"
madrel-bent, 100% stainless steel tubing, and will give your Mustang a smooth, deep Exhaust tone, while also giving you performance
gains in horsepower and torque.
MagnaFlow X-Pipe 2.5" Off-Road V8 1999-2004:
MagnaFlow's off-road X-pipe is made from 2.5" madrel-bent, 100% stainless
steel tubing and is designed for use with stock manifolds or shorty
headers. Included is all required mounting hardware.
For installation, first begin by removing the factory Exhaust system and factory H-pipe. Then, remove
the stock catback and tailpipe from the hanger, removing the factory
tailpipe. Move the oxygen sensors from the old H-pipe to the new X-pipe,
and you're ready to secure the X-pipe up into place.
Next, begin putting into place the new catback Exhaust, including the mufflers, tailpipes, and
Exhaust tips. Reconnect the sensors,
and your install is finished. Total installation takes around four hours.
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2010 Mustang v6 Magnaflow quad exhaust
Transformed my stock 2010 v6 into something completely different.
It took a lot of time effort.......and money to get this all completed.
The Exhaust is magnaflows competition
quad tip axle back hooked up to pypes x pipe/mid pipe kit. Nothing was a
direct fit so it turned into a complete custom hook up.
I knew before buying the axle back that nothing would (directly) fit. As
long as you (or a shop) have a way to cut and weld metal, anything fits.
So, that being said, yes, this kit fits 2010s even though it specifies
Along with this I have a Bama 93 octane race tune.
Custom trim/exterior painting done by myself using plastidip.
I painted rims, decklid, door handles, spoiler, grille, side mirror covers,
hood accents with pin stripes.
Tinted tail lights and headlights using VHT night shade.
Also used Rustoleum and painted my side skirts. (hardly noticeable but I
can tell lol)
MagnaFlow Muffler Install - 1991 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Today on this 1991 Chevrolet S-10 we are going to be installing part number
MF10784 and part number MF11226. This is going to be a little different
from normal applications because we are actually doing a little bit of
custom work. We are actually going to be removing the entire Exhaust and replacing it with a MagnaFlow Exhaust cut out and a MagnaFlow wide open
muffler. The first steps we are going to show you is how to remove the
complete Exhaust and what we are going
to have to do is remove it from the hangers and I will show you those
locations right now. Before we remove everything we want to put a strap to
hold up your Exhaust so it does not
fall when you are removing the bolts and mounts. 00:38
The first location we are actually going to remove is going to be the rear
most bracket here. That is going to be these two bolts right here. We went
ahead and sprayed them down with some lubricant to help get the bolts off
since this is an older truck. The second Exhaust mount that we are going to be removing
is going to be the one at the back of the muffler which is going to be
located here. It is also going to be two bolts holding it into the frame.
After we remove the Exhaust mounts
your Exhaust will be free hanging on
that strap and then we are going to be removing these two bolts right here
which will remove the Exhaust from
here back and then we will start applying our applications. 01:15
We are going to get started on removing the Exhaust brackets. I just removed one, the other
one was kind of rusted on there but we can actually just slide it back
over. Then when we remove the Exhaust
this will just slide off so we do not need to take out this other bolt. So
now we are going to remove the Exhaust
system. As you can see we are going to actually take the Sawzall off and
cut it off right here. Since this is the factory Exhaust it is all rusted up and there is no way
we are going to be able to slide it off so we are just going to cut right
at the edge where the old Exhaust is
going to be removed. As you can see we went ahead and put a second bearing
strap so that when we finish cutting our Exhaust over here that it will not fall. 01:57
As you can see we have it off now so we are just going to maneuver it
around our rear end and slide it up over the top of it. It would probably
be best to have a second set of hands to help you as well in maneuvering.
On this Exhaust cut out here they are
provided with two band clamps but since we widened our diameter here they
do not fit over the pipe any more so we went ahead and bought some after
market pipe brackets. As you can see it just slides over like that and you
will be provided those in your kit. On this application we are using these.
We will put this on first and we will show you how to do that. Just take
the Exhaust cut out and just slide it
over our existing pipe and then we are going to take our bracket and slide
it up over it and then we can tighten it down on to our muffler to make it
a good seal tight. 02:50
Now we are going to put our MagnaFlow Exhaust in to place. You can put it whichever
way you want that will best fit your needs. That is how you install this
muffler and Exhaust cut out here. The
way we did it, we are actually going to need to make an Exhaust hanger for it and you can probably just
take your vehicle to any muffler shop and they can get one fabricated for
you. It should not cost you that much. Now that we have it all installed we
are going to show you a little bit of what it sounds like with the Exhaust. Then we are going to remove the Exhaust cut out and let you hear the
sound of that as well. That concludes the installation for part numbers
MF10784 and part number MF11226.
Mustang Roush Axle Back Exhaust Installation 2011-2014
This Roush Stainless Steel Axle Back Exhaust is for 2011-2014 Mustang GTs and offers your brand new
5.0-liter Mustang a
distinct and aggressive sound. It's constructed from 409 stainless steel
and features an exclusive open-chambered design that will not deteriorate
over time. The Exhaust tips are made
from 304 stainless steel and are finished with a unique chrome flashing
Installation is quick, easy, and uses all factory hanger locations and
pierce points, so no modifications to the vehicle are necessary. To
install, first remove the factory mufflers and then install the new
mufflers, as demonstrated by Bill in this video. You'll then want to
install the Exhaust tip to the new
muffler and secure. Total installation takes about an hour.
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2006 Ford Mustang Exhaust Install & Sound Tests
Installing and sound testing three different flowmaster and Hushpower Exhaust systems on this 2006 Ford Mustang. First the Hushpower Axle
Back Exhaust System, then Flowmasters
3" American Thunder Cat-Back Exhaust
System and finally the Flowmaster American Thunder Axle-Back System.
How to Build a Chevelle in a Day - HOT ROD Unlimited Episode 2
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to transform a beater 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle into a respectable street
machine in one day!
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First Look Extended Play: 2016 Shelby GT350 Mustang
See and hear the baddest new S550 Mustang of them all on the track. The
all-new 2016 Shelby GT350 makes its debut with over 500 horsepower, bulging
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Mustang MagnaFlow 2.5" Dual Exhaust Kit With X-Pipe Installation 1967-1970 V8
MagnaFlow's 2.5" Stainless Steel Dual Exhaust Kit with X-Pipe for 1967-1970 V8 Mustangs is made from 2.5"
mandrel-bent, 100% stainless steel tubing and has been Dyno tested & proven to make
power. It will give your Mustang a smooth, deep Exhaust tone while also giving you performance
gains in both horsepower and torque.
The kit includes a Tru-X X-pipe and two 4"x9"x14" mufflers, and it is easy
to install if you're comfortable with welding. All required mounting
hardware is included, and with Bill's instructions and install tips, you
can complete this project on your Mustang.
Mustang MagnaFlow 2.5" Dual
Exhaust Kit With X-Pipex 1965-1966 V8
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