Thanks for posting these for me T.Wayne. For the most part, it as a pretty straight forward install. I installed the Borla S-Type axle backs a couple years ago. It's not necessary to jack up the car to install them, but it would have been easier since there isn't much room and the awkward positions you have to contort to get the best leverage on the bolts.
I just installed the Borla X-Pipe and the Borla over axles. If you don't have access to a lift, I'd just take it somewhere (That's my advise, now. If you would have said that to me a couple weeks ago, I would have said "I can do it on jack stands." You need more clearance under the car, or you'll be swearing a lot.). I did the install at the Auto Hobby Shop on Wright Patterson Air Force Base. This made the install very easy. However, Borla states that the cat-back system is a direct replacement for the OEM system with no modifications necessary. I found this to be incorrect. The over axles were a perfect fit. The x-pipe needed some modification. I found the flared nipple pipes to be too long, and required to have about 1" cut off. This may be different for each car, as no car is exactly the same. I had everything installed loosely, except for where the x and over axles meet. I measured the overlap and that's how I figured how much to cut off. After the cut, make sure to take a half moon file to shave off the burs that are left on both the inside and outside of the flared nipple pipe. After the cuts were made, everything bolted up perfectly.
2012 Mustang GT - Race Red
Windows Tinted 35%, Boss 302 Front Fascia w/fog lights, 2012 Saleen Mustang Grille, Steeda CAI, Barton Short-Throw Shifter, Barton Shifter Bracket, Borla S-Type Cat-Back Exhaust, Steeda Pro-Action Shocks and Struts, Steeda Sport Lowering Springs, Adjustable Panhard Bar, Billet Aluminum LCAs, SCT X3 w/Steeda 93 tune.