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For the driver seeking exhaust performance gains and deep muscle car sound, customization and calibration doesn't end under the hood. A carefully selected mid-pipe upgrade enhances both driving power and exhaust sound. With the MRT After-Cat Series H-Pipe™, quality performance sound that is aggressive but refined can be achieved even on a budget. MRT Performance has engineered the MRT After-Cat Series H-Pipe™ for 2011-2014 Mustang with 5.0L V8 engine.
The MRT After-Cat H-Pipe™ reuses your Mustang's factory catalysis, meaning a two important facts result: • No tune is necessary to calibrate your car with this MRT H-Pipe • You are assured that no conflicts with emissions standards will result from this mod The MRT After-Cat H-Pipe™ minimizes restriction and power losses by maximizing the flow of exhaust gases for performance driving. Our team of engineers optimized three key elements during the design process: • tube diameter • Smoothness of the exhaust path • High Flow H-Pipe design From the factory, 2011-2014 Mustangs are equipped with a mid-pipe that's 2.25 inches in diameter at the point of restriction.
The MRT After-Cat H-Pipe™ widens the mid-pipe to 3 inches in diameter. MRT's CNC mandrel bending technology ensures that our After-Cat H-Pipe™ features smooth bends and precise fit. When your Mustang "breathes easier," you benefit from more usable power. MRT manufactures After-Cat H-Pipes™ out of the highest grade 304 Stainless Steel that's extremely durable against rust and corrosion resistant. All MRT exhaust systems are engineered and produced by MRT Performance.
We inject that raw, rugged performance spirit into the DNA of every exhaust we make. We make sure our After-Cat H-Pipe™ gives your Mustang a legendary, nostalgic muscle-car sound. You can expect the deepest rumble on the market with an MRT H-Pipe in comparison to X-Pipe designs. Why? The "H" shape maximizes total mid-pipe volume by avoiding an intersection of exhaust gases. It's that extra volume that gets you that deep exhaust note compared to the high pitched X-Pipe.