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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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Auburn Customs Fox Ford Mustang Coyote Pedal Bracket

All throughout the build-up of our latest Ford Mustang project car, Built to Cruise, we hit certain challenges and bumps in the road that required a healthy portion of blood, sweat, and tears…and ultimately, ground-breaking ingenuity.  One of the key highlights people really liked and latched during the build-up, was the StangNet-designed pedal relocation bracket for the 2011 Coyote 5.0-liter V8 swap into any late-model Fox platform Mustang.  This Coyote 5.0-liter pedal relocation bracket was spec’d out via our own CAD schemes, passed along to prototype stage, and is now being produced by one of our long-term suspension suppliers, J&M Products.  This pedal bracket can be used in any Ford Mustang from 1979 up through 2004, in addition to any other application with a vertical firewall.

For more details, specs, and pricing, be sure to keep reading to get the full description and link to the Auburn Customs store where you can pick one of these up for any of your projects you have coming up!

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2013 Ford Mustang Site Now Online – Bonus Gallery

As if Ford hasn’t nudged the clocks forward enough across the Ford Mustang timeline, they are still pushing the envelope this week with the unveiling of the 2013 Mustang official site. So, just what does this mean? It means that we’re still in the first quarter of 2012 and Ford is apparently overly-excited to creep closer and closer toward the 50th Anniversary of its poster child car, the Ford Mustang.

Be sure to hit the gallery we have in store for you, as well as visit the 2013 Mustang site over at Ford to view all the forthcoming options, features, and goodies you can stack up on the pony car we all wish we had in the garage.

Official Ford Site — 2013 Ford Mustang

February 2012 Ford Mustang sales figures gain huge

What happens when Ford Mustang sales are nearly 100% year-over-year?  People take notice, that’s what.  At February close, the 2012 Mustang was one of the most sought after vehicles, concluding the fact that Ford’s marketing campaign has reached a sweet apex.  Between rebates, sexy ad spots, and the climactic build-up to the 50th Anniversary of the Ford Mustang, the pony car is “set to jet” atop Camaro and Challenger sales metrics.

If you want a closer look at the sales statistics, keep on reading.  If you are one of the statistics, well then, we guess you aren’t really surprised very much, as you currently hold the keys to one of the most iconic automobiles in American (and global) history…

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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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2011 Ford Mustang GT takes flight

Ever thought about how a Ford Mustang would turn out from a free fall?  Would it nail the dismount?  What’s the chance this pony car might land on its feet?  Actually, the chances here are pretty good for both…albeit serious damage ensued shortly after the 2011 Mustang GT took flight.

Across the pond in Lugano, Switzerland, the owner of this 2011 Mustang GT mistakenly drove off the 3rd floor of a parking garage, ending the life of his trusty steed.  By the misfortune of selecting 1st gear instead of reverse, he promptly propelled the 2011 Mustang through the concrete barrier, landing down below after a few rotations.

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SEMA 2011: Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Ford Mustang

There were many flavors of the Ford Mustang found at the 2011 SEMA show in ‘Vegas…but few leave you with a true sense of respect, honor, and nostalgia like one to tribute the fallen and wounded in the United States of America’s Armed Services.  Aftermarket players Webasto and MRT Performance partnered on a new Mustang to pay homage to the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF)–a support initiative that reaches out to all branches of the US Military in order to help cover medical costs, transportation and other various financial needs.

Keep reading to see all of the (numerous) add-ons and goodies this awesome Ford Mustang has.

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New 2012 Ford Mustang customization site with “Battle Mode”

If there’s one thing for certain in these uncertain times, it’s there is no shortfall when it comes to the attention a Ford Mustang gets. Once by Ford Engineers & Line workers, more by potential buyers, and loads more once the coveted legend finds the way to its home stable.  What sets the Mustang everyone knows & loves apart is the fact it’s got a great aftermarket following and Ford knows it.  What’s more, Ford has sought to grasp some of those same alleyway customizations and bring them to the limelight as valid manufacturer-sanctioned options for the showroom.

The latest marketing montage Ford has in-pocket is another configuration / customization website for the 2012 Mustang.  The new Ford Mustang Customizer site lets enthusiasts custom-craft their very own Mustang based upon a myriad of choices & options.  Up on deck is the capability to tweak out the 2012 Mustang V6, the 2012 Mustang GT, a 2012 Mustang Boss 302, or a 2012 Shelby GT500, including three different backdrops, nearly a half-dozen shot angles, and a wide selection of options to choose from.  Also, once a custom 2012 Mustang is created, the concept can be shared via social media sites, such as Facebook & Twitter, to exhibit and optionally engage in a “battle mode” of sorts where votes are cast for the coolest 2012 Mustang.

The site officially goes live  Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011.  Until then, check out the rest of the story in the Ford Press Release that follows.

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Ford Evos concept foretelling of 2015 Mustang?

So the wheel continues to turn & burn regarding the next iteration of the Ford Mustang coming in the 2015 model year.  The 2015 Mustang is poised to receive what could be one of the most dramatic redesigns the late-model Mustang has seen in contemporary times.  We already know the 2013 Mustang is going to get some mild touches, but nothing overly dramatic to say the least.  So, just what can we expect to see in the 2015 Mustang?

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2013 Mustang to inherit current GT500 cues

The rumor mill is back in full swing once again, with everyone spinning ideas about what the 2013 Mustang (and beyond) will look like and just how much next year’s iteration will pave the way for the 2015 Mustang.  Ford Mustang fans are no doubt looking towards the 2015 Mustang and its potential redesign (again), but for now, the focus on the 2013 Mustang design concepts and power train is primary.  Not much has been officially released by Ford insofar as monumental updates, but many sources hint at the current Shelby GT500 as the template of sorts for the upcoming Ford Mustang design.

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