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MagnaFlow

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Rich @ MagnaFlow and I am excited to get rolling on our latest project. I look forward to getting the latest iteration of Mustang GT's out there and seeing what the aftermarket has in store for one of the largest automotive enthusiast followings ever.

With SEMA comin up I hope to have all of our latest newly developed Mustang GT parts on the market for everyone to check out. I' will sneak out a few images and videos of the latest exhaust offerings as we get closer to the release date next month.

We got a 2024 Mustang GT Premium with Performance and are starting with a clean slate

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We will be focused on building power but probably more important, really trying to make the latest offerings stand out acoustically. While the vehicle from a powertrain and chassis are very similar, we did NOT want to come to market with the same parts previously offered. We started from the ground up and offer some new sound profiles rather than just goin on the path pf relocated tips on the previously designed systems for the restyled S650.

Stay tuned for some updates and some general Mustang tech as we release some of our findings and new exhaust products.
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During the R&D process I have had the opportunity to run all the powertrains and all the exhaust configurations. Here is a little sneak peak at the GT in a manual and convertible we had doing some validation on the dyno.

If you want to capture the full story you are going to want to check out our Instagram "@MagnaFlow" and sign up for our latest official product development here:
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Why don’t mufflers add HP anymore? (Or do they?)

didn’t exhaust always add 20-30 HP back in foxbodies etc?
 
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Why don’t mufflers add HP anymore? (Or do they?)

didn’t exhaust always add 20-30 HP back in foxbodies etc?
The days of under-engineered OEM exhaust and big gains on the older platforms are gone BUT there is still power to be had in a well designed exhaust system. Today OEMs ARE spending the time in both emissions and power design to get more from the original factory offerings.

In the 80-90s the 200-300 hp V8 were highly restricted by exhaust systems that had to keep vehicles much more quiet and the technology of the time was almost implemented as an afterthought. Today we have 700+ HP SULEV (super ultra low emissions vehicles) V8s which means the exhaust systems benefit from much better design and engineering right out of the box to achieve the power levels at that efficiency.

Where we still stand to make power is in the world of tuning in the the compromise acoustic area that the OEMs have to make appeal to non- performance enthusiast buyers. The majority of Mustang owners just drive the cars ... and stock is fine. Our enthusiast community wants just that little bit more and as such have a higher tolerance for more and BETTER sound. What we do is take that window of opportunity and now apply our NDT (No Drone Technology) and cater our new sound profiles for the enthusiast market, not just the daily-driver ownership masses.

Today we have nearly 500 HP engines and gains that can be had in the 10 HP mark but the benefits are greater in savings of weight, premium materials and new aesthetics but more importantly a performance sound catered to the enthusiast. Additionally, we like to build in headroom for additional power mods but try to keep the sensors and ECM happy wit the modifications so any owner can still enjoy their vehicle in what every state they drive it.
 


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Nice ride, too bad she’s bronze (just busting chops).

have you noticed any off road characteristics that have resulted in improved efficiencies from various diameter and or design/shape modifications?
 
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Nice ride, too bad she’s bronze (just busting chops).

have you noticed any off road characteristics that have resulted in improved efficiencies from various diameter and or design/shape modifications?
We have a lot of "other" testing to do to support our off-highway race program cars but for now we will be sharing what we found is available for the 50-state emissions legal street cars. For now sound is only a local law issue and we have some interesting options for the latest s650.
 
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During the R&D process I have had the opportunity to run all the powertrains and all the exhaust configurations. Here is a little sneak peak at the GT in a manual and convertible we had doing some validation on the dyno.

If you want to capture the full story you are going to want to check out our Instagram "@MagnaFlow" and sign up for our latest official product development here:
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I think someone left the iPad on the dash.
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