Holley Demonstrates Its Hooker Blackheart Exhaust For 4.6L Ford Mustang Models: Video

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An earlier version of this article suggested that this cat-back Hooker Blackheart Exhaust system led to a weight-reduction of 14 pounds versus the stock system. That quantity is true of the version with no mufflers, but with mufflers, the system saves 8 pounds. The article has been edited to reflect this.

With well over half-a-million examples sold in the US, you’d better believe that there are still plenty of 2005-2009 Ford Mustang examples left on the road today, many of which are GT models equipped with Ford’s old 4.6-liter Modular V8.

As such, there remains plenty of support from the automotive aftermarket, like that from Holley Performance. Holley has just published a video to YouTube showing one of the many performance upgrade options available to the 2005-2009 Mustang GT owner: the Hooker Blackheart 3″ 304 cat-back exhaust kit with mufflers. Whether it’s looks, sound, reduced weight, or improved exhaust flow the owner is after, the Hooker Blackheart system can deliver.

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Holley’s cat-back system is made from 18-gauge, mandrel-bent 304 stainless, and offers an 8-pound weight-reduction over the Mustang GT’s stock kit. It’s mounted using the factory ’05-’09 exhaust mounting points for easy installation, utilizes two high-flow, straight-through mufflers, and terminates in a pair of polished, dual-wall stainless tips. That’s not to mention the sound, which is boisterous, without reaching the point that it causes discomfort.

Give the Hooker Blackheart cat-back exhaust for 2005-2009 Mustang GTs a listen yourself, in the video above.

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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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