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Corsa Performance Releases New Quad-Tip Exhausts For 2015 Mustang GT

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Thinking about upgrading your pony car’s exhaust setup? Outside of any performance gains, getting that awesome note from the tailpipe is only half the battle; any exhaust kit ought to look every bit as good as it sounds.

Introducing the new quad-tip cat-back and axle-back exhaust kit lineup from Corsa Performance.

As with Corsa Performance’s earlier dual-tip exhaust kits, the new quad-tip setups come in a range of different noise and performance levels depending on the customer’s wishes. But where before each outlet terminated in a single, 4.5-inch tip, the new quad-tip kits feature two side-by-side 4.0-inch tips hanging off each muffler.

As a result, any differences with regard to flow, weight, and even exhaust note timbre and volume ought to be negligible between Corsa Performance’s dual-tip and quad-tip kits, but the appearance is much more aggressive. Pricing for the new quad-tip Corsa Performance kits starts at $1,099 for the Sport axle-back kit, and top out at $1,605 for the Sport cat-back system.

(Note: Each of these kits requires a special quad-tip rear valance kit from Roush Performance.)

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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  1. This is some really good information about Mustang performance. I liked that you talked about how it would be smart to listen to the exhaust. My brother is thinking about getting a mustang and it would be smart for him to get that car check on regularly.

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