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2015-'16 Mustang GT Axle Back Exhaust Installation and Review Videos

Key points to installing a new Legato Performance Axle Back Exhaust system on your 2015-16 Mustang GT and a great customer review from Corey at Games & Gears. Also thank you to our friends at Galpin Ford for your support.   Installation    2015-16 Mustang GT overview   Customer review from Games & Gears   What do you think? Write your comments below.

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Small Superstars - Our list of the top five classic small-blocks and their accompanying performance “enclosures”

    The small-block has gone through an amazing number of different configurations over the past 50 years. Fuel injected, single carbureted or dual carburetors, the small-block has run the horsepower table ranging from 195hp when initially introduced in 1955 to 500 hp when bolted into the new Z06 Corvette.     But wrapped around each amazing small-block has been a vehicle that takes that power and converts it into something truly exciting to drive. The following is our list of the Top 5 superstar small-blocks of the past 50 years and the cars that made us smile   1969 Z/28 Camaro Small-Block: 302cid Horsepower: 290 Induction: carburetion      The ‘69 Z/28 wins the honors as the “most fun” small-block powered car of...

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All Exhaust Tubing is Not Created Equal

  There is a difference and the difference means increase performance and durability.     Tubing is tubing – right? Exhaust tubing is all the same and delivers the same flow characteristics.   Wrong!      To build a proper, state-of-the-art exhaust system today takes quality materials and quality bending techniques to retain a consistent internal tubing dimensions. Both elements are incorporated into every Legato Performance exhaust systems we sell. Remember, the air flowing through your exhaust is hot – real hot – and as such it heats the metal and causing repetitive expansion and contraction. A quality exhaust material must be able to handle this environment without cracking. It’s no joy ride for certain.    Legato Performance uses 16-gauge 409 stainless steel...

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Q&A. Things Legato Performance wants you to know!

Will Installing a Legato Exhaust affect my vehicles original factory warranty? The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act of 1975 mandates that your vehicle’s warranty cannot be broken by the installation of aftermarket parts unless it can be proven that the part was directly responsible for a vehicle failure. That means that the aftermarket parts sold by Legato Performance are not going to cause any issues for you – long term or short. Bolt up the parts we sell knowing that your car will retain the original warranty coverage – and stay emissions compliant as well. What tools are required to install a Legato Performance Exhaust? For most axle back systems, a combination wrench or ratchet with the appropriately sized socket will unbolt...

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*Customer satisfaction with purchased Legato Exhaust Systems can only be guaranteed if the stock system has not been otherwise modified. Note that removal of factory resonators will always result in excessive drone. Use of H-pipes or X-pipes may result in unsatisfactory sound compared to what Legato Performance supplies on an otherwise stock system.