New Parts: Magnaflow Shorty Headers for 2011 – 2014 Mustangs

A lot of Mustang enthusiasts look to get more out their exhaust system, performance wise and sound wise. Now Magnaflow has a complete line-up of performance exhaust parts to choose from! A Coyote engine with a good exhaust sounds amazing, which is why an aftermarket exhaust is one of the first mods for a 2011 – 2014 Mustang. Magnaflow, an industry leader for Mustang exhaust systems, has released their new exhaust setup for 5.0 Mustangs, ceramic shorty headers. Magnaflow Ceramic Shorty Headers are an amazing replacement for your stock shorty headers and will make a world of difference on your S197 Mustang.

Crafted from high-quality 409 stainless steel, the mandrel-bent 1 -3/4″ tubing turns your coyote engine into the rumbling beast you want it to be. The ceramic coated tubing of the Magnaflow system is much more free flowing than the stock shorty headers, giving you increased power and torque, as well a more aggressive exhaust tone. The factory style collector allows for an OEM fit with a leak free design, while the 3/8″ thick header flanges offer increased strength for your exhaust system.

To top it all off, the ceramic coating Magnaflow put on these shorty headers, will not only keep the temperature under your hood down, but it will also give an extended life to these headers. These ceramic coated shorty headers will outlive similar products that are chrome coated or polished. This Magnaflow exhaust system is a killer deal, offering improved power and sound with high-quality parts and fitment. Any 2011 – 2014 Mustang will benefit greatly from having this Magnaflow exhaust on their Pony.

Magnaflow Ceramic Shorty Headers (2011 – 2014 Mustangs)

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