Legato Performance Exhausts
I love my Legato exhaust.
Bought this system a little over a year ago and installed it on my 2016 Mustang GT. Fantastic sound....constantly getting comments from other members of the two clubs I belong to. They all have the high end/cost systems and I really believe mine sounds and performs better. I drive the heck out of my car (20K) since installation. I occasionally polish the tips and it looks like the day I installed it. Would highly recommend this system to anyone looking for a nice, not obnoxious sound from there GT.
At a low idle I get a drowning noise that’s annoying. I have the resonator installed and the catalytic converter isn’t hollowed out so not entirely sure why it does this. Hopefully you can point me in the direction of a fix. Other than that great sound on start up, idle and when getting on it “I love the sound”. Fast delivery, quick install as well. For my stock exhaust removal I didn’t have to cut it in anyway and I didn’t the removal and install myself. Thank you again.
The axle back exhaust was exactly the tone I wanted and sounds amazing compared with the factory. The tone is not too loud and has a nice deep resonance that allows you to appreciate the full power of the LS3 motor.
The quality is pretty solid. Install was simple and everything lined right up! I did not have to adjust or bend any hangers. The sound is extremely unique. It sounds deep and mean at lower rpms and on decel. At high rpm's it SCREAMS. I have an h pipe paired with the system. I will be putting a resonated x pipe on to quiet it down a bit. Its fine for daily driving with the H pipe but for autocross it will definitely be too loud for the facility i run at. Great job legato!!! Solid product for a great price. I will definitely take some videos with the h pipe and with the resonated x pipe when i get it.
hello good day as I said in the previous message was not what I expected because it does not grab any noise is the same as the one I was raising earring answer from you but do not answer tell me that I can be to solve this thank you and I hope your answer
Sounds great with not too much drone. The RPMs have to be steady and at the wrong speed to drone. Very narrow band. Go a tad faster or slow a bit or just shift up or down. It is not too loud or too quiet. It is perfect. Tighten the clamps tight! Start car, warm up and then re tighten again. I didn't and they moved on me. I re tightened and put a small tack weld on each section just to make sure. Stock tips went right on no problem. I used a socket and extension and hammer to start the star washers on the hangars. Tap them lightly or they will break. Very nice product and high quality.
Great package overall. I had 2 issues, however.
Firstly, the packaging for each individual part are all labeled LEX4211 no derivation for the 4211-1, 4211-2 and so on. This made the installation about 15 minutes longer with me struggling to piece together all the tubes on the ground. Maybe for a more experienced mechanic this would have been no issue. Regardless, my suggestion to Legato is to label all parts properly.
Secondly, the bolts included for the flange on the inlet tube are not long enough. This, also, may not be an issue for some trucks. But, in my 2010 F-150 Triton 5.4L the bolts from Legato weren't even close. The included parts list described them as 3/8" x 2 1/2". They may have been 1 1/14" in length. I had to use the bolts from the stock exhaust and scrounge up some nuts that fit because the stock inlet tube has nut plates attached to the flange. Again, this added about 30 minutes to an otherwise easy job.
Overall, the installation was fairly easy if you simply know how to turn a wrench and have an extra hand. Took me 2-3 hours with the minor hiccups. The sound is great and not too loud but gives a good aggressive feel to the V8. More like a 3.5 out of 5.
Had them installed at local muffler shop for $75.
Paired this exhaust with a magnaflow resonated x pipe and the tone is deeeep. No rasp at all, and the exhaust sounds deep and menacing. Love these mufflers.
to be perfectly honest I was looking for a cost effective set of axle backs, these came up in my search. I did some sound checks on the website and on youtube and decided to pull the trigger. Shipping was pretty quick, think it took like 4 or 5 days from California to Illinois which is about normal. First impression was that they were packed up real nice, and the plugs kept the pipes from getting damaged. Took them to my muffler shop and as I unwrapped the driver side muffler I noticed a slight knick in the tip. Not the end of the world but as anal as I am I noticed it right away. Took my guy all of 20 minutes to have these things on and ready to fire up. First start was amazing, sounds like an old school muscle car and I'm loving it. Drone is TERRIBLE, now granted I'm catless but holy cow it's pretty bad. If you can keep you R's above 2K you'll be fine. Bottom line is they did exactly what I wanted and that was to tame my exhaust a bit, just didn't expect the drone to be as bad as it is.
How a V8 Camaro should sound from the factory. Not too loud to annoy neighbors, just the right growl when I get on it. Turns heads without being obnoxious.
I like the kit. I just didn't like the way it exited the rear so I have to get different sections made but overall a good kit
Looked for a Cat back / dual exhaust system to fit on my 2010 Dodge Challenger SE - yes V6 and this Legato system fit the bill at a great price and quality. No modifications to stock pipes or mounts just adapters to go from 2 1/4" pipes to 2 1/2" pipes. And by no fault of Legato the only issue was having to add a heat shield on the driver side muffler (since next to gas tank) because Dodge didn't think anybody would put dual exhaust on their SE car otherwise all bolt on with no modifications to Legato kit. Went from quiet sound to mean even head turning. So yeah I could have said kit was installed on V8 but showing this quality and affordable SS system is an option for V6 owners so maybe Legato would honor their lifetime warranty if I even needed it. Recommend Legato system for Dodge Challenger owners.
Two words DEEP & POWERFUL
Best systems for the money and life time warranty
Sounds great looks great easy to install
The System has not been installed yet, Still waiting on all the major engine parts, for the upgrade. I'll keep you updated. Larry
2014-'15 Chevrolet Camaro SS Legato Axle Back Exhaust - Coupe & Convertible
Exhaust fit super nice sounds good also.. just one complaint the flange bolts was way to short.. I sent an time finding bolts at the house that would work til I got out to get the right bolts foe the job.. that is why I have a 3 I was pissed at the time but now it's done and it is a nice exhaust..
Hangers do not fit properly. Be prepared to have to take your vehicle to a muffler shop and have them bend and adjust them so that the exhaust tips are not sitting on your rear bumper. As for sound, sounds pretty good.
Very nice easy to put on and sounds great love it will tell everyone ware I got it.
Thank u very fast shipping
Love the sound and add power on the freeway!
This is a great quality exhaust system and very well thought out. Very easy to install using a factory hangers. The pipe ends caps did just what it was designed for...keeping the pipe ends from getting damaged/deformed during shipping. My box was well beaten by delivery guys, upon opening and inspecting everything the parts were in great shape, their system packaging was well thought out and caps worked as advertised to prevent shipping damages. Hardest part is getting old system from out under the car, I didn’t run a timer but it probably took about two hours or so, most of that was getting the car high enough on stands in my crowded garage. Bolting in the system didn’t take long at all as everything lined up and fit was as close to perfect! Nothing out of round and clamps worked to achieve a tight and leak free connection. The sound was great, though my son thought it sounded awesome out of the box, it was a bit loud for me. There is a definite rumble out the pipes through shifts ( it’s a auto trans) with just a slight drone until it hits cruise rpms and it settles down. I ‘m a 60+ years young hot rodder but preferred just a bit less rumble.. so I reinstalled my Blastin Bobs magnaflow 4x9 kit from my old system onto Legato exhaust system. I now have the tone I was looking for, a bit more bark than stock, with deep mild tone and no drone at all! I definitely recommend this system for your Challenger if you want some rumble to let your presence known to those on the street when you stomp the loud pedal! Get this system for you car. For the money, the Legato Challenger exhaust system a great bargain and I believe money well spent compared to those more expensive systems out there for the Challenger.