Mustang SLP Exhaust

You may have heard about Mustang slp exhaust parts for the new Mustang (2005 and up. However SLP makes performance exhaust systems for the Ford Mustang as far back as the 1986 model.

If you're looking to buy a new high performance exhaust system for your Mustang, you probably are interested in SLP. So what's so special about the SLP exhaust system for your Mustang? Well, adaptability, for one.

1986 - 1993 SLP Mustang Exhaust Systems

Here's how. Say you have a 1986-1993 Mustang LX or Cobra and you're looking for a system that can be loud when you want it and quiet when you need it and still be the best performing system around.

SLP's Loud Mouth system, includes a virtual no-restriction exhaust, with resonators for a big sound, but has it's own special modular technology, making it possible, to, withing a few minutes, change from resonators to mufflers.

They're made from mandrel bent stainless steel. What's the big deal about mandrel bent tubes?

This type of pipe bending makes for smoother bends and that means higher flow and no restrictions like you can see from the bumps and narrow spots, you'll see in some other makes.

These systems have also been Dyno tested to guarantee that they outperform other resonator systems.

1999 - 2001 Ford Mustang GT

For newer Mustangs, from 1999 to 2004, the selection is even wider. You can still get the modular Loudmouth exhaust system, but also available are long tube headers and X pipe SLP exhaust components, which together, can produce an additional 30 bhp (brake horsepower) at the rear wheels.

2005 - 2010 Mustang GT (New Mustang)

For the 2005 - 2010 Mustang GT, SLP exhaust pieces can include everything from an axle back exhaust delete system, with 2.5" stainless steel pipes. Loud yes, but still emissions legal.

Or a Powerflo X crossover pipe assembly in either short or full assemblies and 1 3/4" long tube headers.

These Mustang SLP exhaust parts all fit the Shelby GT500.

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