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Quad exhaust and cold air intake

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I just purchased a 2016 GT premium. What is the best quad exhaust and cold air intake? I see multiple companies that are manufacturing these parts but I just want to make sure I get good to best quality.
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The car already comes with a CAI.....if you want an aftermarket for looks, ok, for increased flow, PR material only and no-one can show any HP/TQ/MPG gains from a simple (CAI only) install....especially when you request they eliminate the 5% deviation that all dyno mfg state. The quad exhaust......IMHO, go visit your local muffler shop...IMHO, most all of the aftermarket parts/systems that are highly touted sound like crap.......over-priced tin boxes......but, the Ford GT500 mufflers while expensive do sound excellent and Allied resonators (been around for 40+ years) are available nationwide at any muffler shop and sell for $50-$80 each.........great sound, flow just like any performance muffler and last......been used in our family for 40+ years......just had the internals of one fail on my wifes car.......19 years old...not too shabby at all.


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The car already comes with a CAI.....if you want an aftermarket for looks, ok, for increased flow, <acronym title="Page Ranking">PR material only and no-one can show any HP/TQ/MPG gains from a simple (CAI only) install....especially when you request they eliminate the 5% deviation that all dyno mfg state. The quad exhaust......IMHO, go visit your local muffler shop...IMHO, most all of the aftermarket parts/systems that are highly touted sound like crap.......over-priced tin boxes......but, the Ford GT500 mufflers while expensive do sound excellent and Allied resonators (been around for 40+ years) are available nationwide at any muffler shop and sell for $50-$80 each.........great sound, flow just like any performance muffler and last......been used in our family for 40+ years......just had the internals of one fail on my wifes car.......19 years old...not too shabby at all.
Thanks for responding. I was looking at upgrading to the Roush or JLI CAI. As for the quad exhaust I was looking into something like this or something less expensive that will give it the look and more sound:
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Thanks for responding. I was looking at upgrading to the Roush or JLI CAI. As for the quad exhaust I was looking into something like this or something less expensive that will give it the look and more sound:
Ford Racing M-5200-M8SBV Mustang Borla Cat-Back Sport GT 15-16


The Roush & JLI are just PR material......no performance gain no matter what anybody says...just a fact of the laws of physics. The tips can be provided or even fabbed up by any local muffler shop
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The Roush & JLI are just <acronym title="Page Ranking"><acronym title="Page Ranking"><acronym title="Page Ranking"><acronym title="Page Ranking">PR material......no performance gain no matter what anybody says...just a fact of the laws of physics. The tips can be provided or even fabbed up by any local muffler shop
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