Mustang Flowmaster Dumps: Dual Dumped Cat-Back Exhaust System (86-98)

If the modifications to your Mustang prohibit you from running tailpipes, you need our Flowmaster Dumped Exhaust kit. It fits.


If the modifications
to your Mustang prohibit you from
running tailpipes, you need our Flowmaster
Dumped Exhaust kit. It fits ’86 to ’98 V-8
Mustangs, as well as ’79 to ’85 V-8 Mustangs with
a dual exhaust conversion. It’s made up of two and
1/2-inch aluminized steel tubing and features the Super
44 two-chamber Delta Flow Mufflers. Installation can be
done in your driveway with common hand tools,
and you will experience interior drilling and
resonation with this kit. Installation of the
Flowmaster turndown kit requires the removal
of your old catback. With that out of the way,
check your rubber insulators, and replace as needed. Slide one dump
into the insulator, and connect at the mid-pipe. Repeat for the other
side, and final tighten the retaining hardware
after proper alignment. At the rear of the muffler,
slide one of the clamps onto the muffler
outlet, and insert one of the turndown pipes. Align the outlet, and
fully tighten the clamp. Repeat all of this
for the other side. Before ordering for your
street-driven Mustang, check your local codes, as this
kit may not be legal for sale or use on public
roadways in your area. Replace your
cobbled-together exhaust with this great-looking,
great-sounding Flowmaster Dumped Exhaust kit from
latemodelrestoration.com today.

24 thoughts on “Mustang Flowmaster Dumps: Dual Dumped Cat-Back Exhaust System (86-98)”

  1. I run this exact setup on my 90. I love it, sounds sick, no rearend inference, easy to install. Best exhaust I've ever had on a fox.

  2. I had something similar on my trans am (minus cats) and I mean it wouldn't bother me but sometimes passengers complained about the exhaust smell while idling. One girl actually felt sick (first signs of carbon monoxide poisoning).

  3. Loud in the vehicle. Could get annoying on long rides. Clashes with the sound system. You have to slow down or speed up to get the engine in tune with the music.

  4. Doing this with a  chambered muffler is a great way to get INSANE drone inside the cab. I would only try this with a Bullet style like the SLP LM1 or Pypes M80. Or else your head will be ringing after a short drive.

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