2011-2014 Mustang LTH Exhaust Sound Clip Axle-back (5.0L V8) Review & Install

2011-2014 Mustang LTH Exhaust Sound Clip Axle-back (5.0L V8) Review & Install

Hey everyone, Stephanie here with AmericanMuscle.com,
with a quick breakdown of the LTH Axle-back Exhaust System, available for your 2011 to
’14 Coyote Powered GT. This axle-back is designed to add a deep, clean, aggressive exhaust note
to your Coyote, but without the addition of any type of drone that can be common with
other aftermarket exhaust systems while cruising. It’s also designed to be free-flowing, so
it utilizes a straight-through muffler design. While LTH designs for maximum flow and performance,
they also feel that performance should come in an attractive package. They built all of
the products with the belief that they need to look as good as they perform, which is
why this axle-back, and all of their products, rock this exclusive Titan finish. The Titan
finish is a matte satin finish over top of the stainless steel that strengthens the metal
and the welds, and it ensures that the product is built to last. And speaking of the construction,
as I mentioned just now, this axle-back is made from 100% stainless steel and it features
mandrel-bent 2 3/4 tubing, with 2-inch straight-through perforated mufflers and massive 4-inch slant
cut stainless steel black tips that do carry the LTH logo as a finishing touch. And if
you aren’t that into the black tips, American Muscle also offers the same LTH axle-back
with satin finish tips for a different look. Since this is an axle-back, getting it installed
should only take you about an hour using basic hand tools, thanks to the painless direct
bolt-on design. The LTH axle-back is a great way to give your Coyote powered S197 the aggressive
tone of a true muscle car, and you’re going to grab yours right here at AmericanMuscle.com.

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  1. Stephanie stated @1:47 that the muffler only has a 2" internal muffler even though the tubing is 2.75" is that really true? the internal of the muffler only allows for 2" worth of air movement? do they do the same thing with their GT500 mufflers?

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