If you want to bring a lot more performance and volume to your S197 Mustang's exhaust, then a new cat-back exhaust is one of the best ways to do so. On the 2011-2014 Mustang, the engines ended up better sounding and much better performing than ever before with the new 3.7-liter V6 and the 5.0-liter Coyote V8. When you want to bring more power out of your engine, a full cat-back exhaust is one of the easiest and best-looking and best-sounding methods of doing this. Simple to install and with major benefits, this is a must-have if you want yours to drive like a muscle car.
Cat-back exhausts run from the catalytic converters back to the end of the car and usually still feature either the resonators or the mufflers from whatever brand you have purchased. Each exhaust sounds different and can be styled to fit a more racy sound or a more low-pitch aggressive sound. When picking the best options for your car, a cat-back is a simple way of increasing backpressure and horsepower effectively while also making the car a bit more fun to drive with the new and improved exhaust note.
At Steeda, we have been modifying, racing, and reworking the Mustang platform for over 30 years and in that time we have seen exactly which parts stand out and perform the best. We have tested these exhaust systems on both our personal vehicles and our racing vehicles to ensure quality and performance meet our standards. We made sure that these exhaust options are perfect for your car by offering a variety of them to range from very loud to slightly louder than the stock exhaust setup. We are sure you will find the best cat-back exhaust setup for your 2011-2014 Mustang to make it drive and sound how you've always wanted.