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Quad Exhaust with Roush

I was wondering if there is any way possible that I can use quad tips for my roush axlebacks? I have a 2014 GT/CS and have the boss rear diffuser. If I went with the GT500 rear valance and bought 2 dual tips for the roush mufflers, would this work?

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sounds like they would be cutting the original tip off and making a wider opening for the dual tips and welding them on. i'd ask them to see the cost because it might make more sense for them to make you a quad tip exhaust. it's what I have. I had them do a catback, resonator delete and muffler delete nd i'm happy with it.

only thing i'd be worried about is if the roush exhaust would still sound good after modifying it


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There's a lot of good info in this post.

https://www.allfordmustangs.com/forum...aust-tips.html



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I just want to make sure that everything will line up correctly with the mufflers, new tips and new valance. Like I don't want to install the valance and have the tips not line up with the holes
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I just want to make sure that everything will line up correctly with the mufflers, new tips and new valance. Like I don't want to install the valance and have the tips not line up with the holes
If your roush tips exit from the center of you current muffler, then it won't be a problem. Stangmods sells some really nice quad tips that fit perfectly in the GT500 valance. Those are what I have on my car. I'm sure that a muffler shop could fabricate something for you if you went with other tips. I know they make quad tips that can be welded onto side exit mufflers. Otherwise you will have to buy new axleback quad exhaust which can be pricey. I paid 400 for new mufflers and to have the stangmod tips welded onto them.



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Yeah they're center exit. And that's good to hear that everything should work. Thanks for the help
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