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)
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2007 Cadillac CTS-V Sedan
The 2007 Cadillac CTS-V is a performance variant of the regular CTS
entry-level luxury sedan. Like other automakers and their performance
divisions, Cadillac's "V Series" features models that have expanded
abilities in terms of power, handling and braking. The transformation from
CTS to CTS-V starts under the hood, where instead of a V6 you'll find a
6.0-liter V8 good for 400 horsepower and 395
pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual gearbox sends all that power to
the rear wheels through a limited-slip rear axle. A dual Exhaust announces the presence of the CTS-V with
a deep-throated rumble. Suspension tweaks include stiffer shocks and
springs, fatter stabilizer bars and a strut tower brace. Braking is by
Brembos that sport four-piston calipers at all four corners. Meaty
245/45WR18 Goodyear high-performance tires on 18-inch alloys give this
super sedan the appropriate stance, and the stability control system
(StabiliTrak) is adjustable to give expert drivers more leeway before the
Visual upgrades include more aggressive fascias front and rear, mesh
inserts for the grille and lower air intakes and chrome dual Exhaust outlets. Unique, chrome-ringed
instruments and metallic trims are tasteful touches, but there is no hiding
the fact that compared to rivals like the Audi S4, this Cadillac's cabin
doesn't quite measure up in terms of design and materials quality. That
issue aside, the 2007 Cadillac CTS-V still has no problem winning
enthusiasts over with its composed handling, blazing acceleration, spacious
cabin and relatively affordable (for a super sport sedan) pricing. In
short, this is one of Cadillac's best cars ever.
Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options
The 2007 Cadillac CTS-V comes solely as a four-door sedan with one trim
level. Virtually all of the regular CTS's features come standard on the
CTS-V. Highlights include HID headlights, 18-inch wheels with 245/45WR18
Goodyear tires, leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control,
aggressively bolstered sport seats, a premium Bose audio system with an
in-dash six-CD changer, a navigation system and a power sunroof. Options
are limited to special extra-cost paint colors and run-flat tires.
Powertrains and Performance
A 6.0-liter V8, essentially the same mill found in the Corvette, powers the
CTS-V. Output is impressive, with 400 hp at 6,000 rpm and 395 lb-ft at
4,400 rpm. Emphasizing the CTS-V's sporty personality, Cadillac has made a
six-speed manual the only transmission choice. Underway, the spread of
power is broad, and is accompanied by a deep rumbling soundtrack. Zero to
60 mph is done in a scant 5 seconds.
Brembo brakes with four-piston calipers and ABS are standard on the 2007
Cadillac CTS-V, as are front-seat side airbags, full-length side curtain
airbags and a driver-adjustable stability control system (StabiliTrak). In
NHTSA crash testing, the regular CTS scored four out of five stars for
driver and front-passenger protection in frontal impacts, while side-impact
tests resulted in a four-star rating for front passengers and a five-star
rating for rear passengers. In frontal-offset crash testing conducted by
the IIHS, the Cadillac earned a "Good" rating (the best possible) and was
named a "Best Pick."
Interior Design and Special Features
Unique features for the CTS-V include chrome-ringed instruments (with a
180-mph speedometer) and metallic accents for the steering wheel, door
handles and shift knob. Although they add a sporty flavor to the cabin, the
overall design is still somewhat disjointed and some materials are subpar
when compared to most competitors. Functionally, the setup works just fine,
with comfortable seats that provide plenty of support during aggressive
cornering and easy-to-use controls for the climate, audio and navigation
systems. A spacious backseat allows the CTS-V to easily perform family car
duty, something that can't be said for its smaller but like-priced rivals.
The CTS-V delivers blistering acceleration at any speed, and the standard
manual gearbox provides the perfect means of enjoying it. Fast as it is,
though, the sedan is subject to unnerving wheel hop during hard launches,
making it seem unrefined alongside European rivals. Fortunately, the
suspension displays no such flaws when it comes to keeping the car well
planted during brisk drives on twisty roads, where the CTS-V is every bit
as entertaining as the best V8-powered European sport sedans. The brakes
are quite strong, but inconsistent pedal feel can make them tricky to
modulate. Overall, the 2007 Cadillac CTS-V still represents one of the best
blends of fun and affordability in its class.
borla vs magnaflow .m4v
New borla catback for my sra swap on 03 cobra.
Exhaust is stock manifolds, o/r X
(unsure of brand) and GT "s type" Exhaust.
2nd part of video Exhaust is stock
manifolds, o/r X, and magnaflow IRS kit.
The borla is noticebly louder in person at idle and at higher rpms. The
sound of the magnaflow on video actually sounds more wide open, though it
was quite a bit quieter.
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