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Ford Mustang and more to mark BBK 25th Anniversary

At one point or another, most every Ford Mustang owner has sought to slap on some aftermarket exhaust to get “just that right note” from the loud pedal.  While doing so, he or she likely considers a plethora of aftermarket  options from the old Jegs or Summit catalog…or some other preferred retailer.  To help mark off over 25 years of successfully supplying the Mustang fans (and of course, many others) with quality aftermarket exhaust products, BBK Performance is going to have an anniversary celebration which will include a car show, open house, prizes, food, and drinks for all those in attendance.

So, just when is this going down?  Later this month, everyone.  September 28th, from 10am-4pm, to be most precise.  Make sure to check out the Facebook Event in order to get socially plugged in, and keep tabs on all the developments for the celebration.

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Is this the final 2015 Ford Mustang exhaust note?

Renderings, concepts, spy shots, and now even a small video of the 2015 Ford Mustang has seeped out from the 50th Anniversary cracks.  This latest clip sounds off the low-end tones of what’s most likely the 5.0 Coyote we have come to know and love in today’s Mustang, and while we don’t get any high RPM revs or event a blip of spirit, we can say we’re plenty pleased with the throaty tone from what is highly speculated to be the 2015 Mustang to be.  Follow the jump for the video.

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Ford Racing side exhaust for 2005-2010 Ford Mustang

Let’s be honest.  Loud pipes can save lives.  So what’s even better?  Put the pipes right outside the car’s cabin for perfect acoustic placement.  Just released this week, for the Ford Mustang, is a complete Ford Racing side exhaust kit for the 2005 Mustang GT through the 2010 Mustang GT.  It’s based upon the 2012 Boss 302 Mustang’s side exhaust, complete with a high-flow X crossover, to make any 2005 – 2010 Mustang owner grin for gold.

Curious to know more?  Check out the scoop in the product description which follows!

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MRT unleashes 2011-12 Ford Mustang GT axle back exhaust

It i’s no secret one of the first modifications nearly every Ford Mustang owner completes is exhaust work–be it a cat-back, axle-back, hi-flowing mid pipe, headers, or the sort.  Hey, Ford–not that you did a bad job with the factory tailpipe melodies produced, it’s just there are just SO many awesome combinations of acoustic awesomeness out there on the aftermarket, and people LOVE to have their Mustang stand out from the masses.

Fresh up this week from the folks at MRT is a fantastic new exhaust system for the 2011 Ford Mustang and the 2012 Ford Mustang.  The MRT Interceptor Axle Back Exhaust System was, like the rest so dubbed, designed in-house & produced in the USA, achieving a quality product that’s a total point of pride.  These Mustang exhaust systems feature 304 stainless tubing, are mandrel-bent for maximum flow, and are capped off with 304 stainless steel mufflers, ensuring this system will last for years to come.

Get more details on these new Ford Mustang exhaust systems in the PR from MRT…

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How-To: remove 2012 Boss 302 exhaust restrictors

What’s the first thing most every Ford Mustang owner does within the first month of ownership?  You know it–mod it!  Besides, what’s the fun in having something you can’t uniquely identify as your own? Car & Driver is on the spot this week to show new 2012 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 owners how to make the “best Mustang ever” that much more so.  “How?” you ask…they have a pictorial and video showing owners (and the rest of us) how to remove the 2012 BOSS 302 Mustang’s exhaust restrictors for a little more, let’s just call it…volume.

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MRT announces new H pipes for Mustang GT and Boss 302

As if the new 5.0-liter Mustang needed more power and performance statistics…ok, we’re kidding–it does…and now, MRT is on the scene bringing Mustang fans a quick & easy way to bolt on some serious sound and a bit more power.  The 2011 Mustang and the 2012 Mustang, in addition to the 2012 Boss 302, are now destined recipients of an off-road H pipe setup, boasting fantastic muscle car intonation and performance-inspiring power.

These direct-fit, 304 Stainless Steel, mandrel-bent (say that 3x fast) H-pipes are guaranteed to leave many smiles for miles on any new 5.0 Mustang owner…as well as the crowd standing nearby & behind!

Keep reading to check out the sharp tech in the press snippets from MRT.

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Built to Cruise – Hitting the Home Stretch

We wanted to post an update on the build status of the Built to Cruise project.  We have accomplished a lot over the last 2 weeks.  We had some serious build time last week pulling some 17 hour days.  Patrick from Classic Design Concepts flew down to give us a hand with some electronics and fabrication.  He has been a good friend for a long time and boy did we get some stuff accomplished!  Currently we are waiting on the solution for power steering, there are some options, we just need to choose.  We hope to have BTC up and running on the street in about 3 weeks.  Jump on in for some serious pictures and specs.

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BBK Headers for Fox 2011 5.0 Engine Swap

If you have been wondering just how in the heck we managed to get a 2011 Ford Mustang 5.0 into a Fox body Mustang with great form sans hacks, well, we’re here to tell about one great feat by a featured aftermarket player which helped make it happen.  BBK worked very closely with us to get the form, fitment, and function absolutely perfect.  If you haven’t already checked out the video we posted over the weekend, then you’re missing out!  It was the first crank-up of Built to Cruise, EVER!  We were completely stoked to see all the hard work by all come into play.

The end game of this note to everyone is to let it be known that StangNet and BBK have worked with great concern for detail on making this swap something that can be done in the future by anyone, anytime, with the will to make it happen.  We’ve taking on the burden of growing pains & lots of documentation so the entire aftermarket doesn’t have to!

Keep reading to get all the specs & notes, directly from BBK.

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2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 exhaust videos

The 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 has truly lived up to its nameplate and the Boss moniker isn’t exactly one to learn; it’s one to earn.  So many of us had been thinking Ford would have come back with a 2012 Mustang to sweep the sweet Shelby Mustang aside temporarily in the spotlight…and we were right.  Hey, what’s not to like?  The car has insanely-hot styling cues, 444 horses underhood, and now, a means to bring upon an even louder, more aggressive presence.

A team at Fox Motorsports took hold of a 2012 Boss 302 Laguna Seca and went to work removing the exhaust restrictors, cataloging exhaust notes for us, before & after modification.  So what do you do to a good thing to make it better?  Get more of it!

Keep going to see both videos of the 2012 Boss 302 Mustang singing its amazing song.

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New MRT Exhaust setups for 2005 – 2011 Ford Mustang

There’s now two more performance exhaust systems for the late model Ford Mustang, Mustang  Bullitt, and the Shelby GT500.  MRT is unleashing their all-new MaxFlow H-pipe for the 2005 through 2010 Mustang and the 2007 through 2010 GT500.   If you aren’t aware of it by now, there’s no better way to get the deep bellowing exhaust note from the Mustang than to go with an H pipe setup.

And that’s not all…  2011 Mustang V6 owners will be pleased to know that MRT also has a groundbreaking Axle-back exhaust system, ready to let the high-revving 3.7-liter V6 scream through the redline.  Once again, this system is made from the same high quality compounds as other MRT products, and there’s no alteration required to get a true OEM fit on your Mustang.  To top it all off, MRT even offers polished chrome exhaust tips to the Axle-back, standard!

Made from top-grade 304 stainless steel, utilizing mandrel bending for maximum exhaust flow, these MRT Mustang exhaust systems are completely ready to bolt on, straight out of the box; no hassles at all.  Keep reading for the official press releases, as well as a shot of the MRT Mustang V6 Axle-back system.

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