2015-2021 MAK Performance Exhaust Upgrade Pipes

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We are re-introducing our MAK Performance Pipes for 2015-2021 Mustang GT. Our previous version just got better, they feature all the same great features from our original set, with the added benefit of they now include EPA Legal Catalytic Converters supporting anywhere from 400-1200+HP, depending on the options chosen.

Our Original Press Release:

Once again, MAK Performance is leading the way with 2015-2021 Mustang product development by releasing our S550 performance pipes.
Improve airflow in you factory exhaust and add an aggressive tone to your 2015-2021 Mustang GT.

NOW with G-Sport High Flow Cats(Optional) for High Horsepower Boosted Applications

  • 14-20RWHP Gains for Naturally Aspirated Applications
  • 35-40RWHP Gains for Supercharged Applications
  • O2 sensor bungs come pre-installed to re-install all your factory sensors in their factory locations.
  • The only Performance Pipe Configuration with option to return to stock with the purchase of a additional flange ( mak-15001-flange ) that can be welded to the factory catalytic for quick swapping between catted and pipes.
  • Replace your small and restrictive 2.25" flex and connection pipes with these 3in High-Flow versions.
  • We include everything you need to perform the installation, including pictured instructions
  • Includes OEM Exhaust Manifold to Pipe Gasket.
  • Improve the sound of your 2015-2021 Mustang GT.
  • Available in Factory Connect Configuration or for True 3in Conversions
  • 3in Race Connection requires fabrication to mate to your specific catback.
  • Custom Tune Recommended

*Cutting and welding is required on the Driver Side Manifold*
Any questions, please feel free to PM or post below.

Link to Purchase:
https://www.makperformance.com/2015-2021-Mustang-GT-MAK-Performance-Pipes_p_299.html


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We are re-introducing our MAK Performance Pipes for 2015-2021 Mustang GT. Our previous version just got better, they feature all the same great features from our original set, with the addedm
I was excited to see this at first but at nearly $1300 with performance cats, it seems very comparable to many full header sets on the market. Even within a few hundred dollars it’s hard to not just go with full headers and connection pipes. Just one mans opinion
 
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I was excited to see this at first but at nearly $1300 with performance cats, it seems very comparable to many full header sets on the market. Even within a few hundred dollars it’s hard to not just go with full headers and connection pipes. Just one mans opinion
I completely understand what you are saying, however let me point out that our $1300 Set is with GESI Cats, any header set in that price range comes with an equivalent catalytic to our $699 Set, any GESI Catted, or "Green" Catted equivalent is Header set is north of $2000.00, pretty much keeping our price differential the same as before.

It seems so many people in this fast changing new standard of exhaust, are not realizing that all cats are not created equal. There are really only 2 acceptable options when it comes to serious horsepower tolerance in catalytic. Everything else will disintegrate over time. For the 400-500HP N/A guys, our $600 Set is more than capable. The bigger power guys unfortunately have to spend a bit more to play now-a-days.

Again if anyone has any questions or confusion please feel free to ask.
 

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let me know if you have any of the "old" pipes just "sitting" around the warehouse that you may not be legally able to sell as a company, but could be certainly sold second hand as an individual...
 


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I completely understand what you are saying, however let me point out that our $1300 Set is with GESI Cats, any header set in that price range comes with an equivalent catalytic to our $699 Set, any GESI Catted, or "Green" Catted equivalent is Header set is north of $2000.00, pretty much keeping our price differential the same as before.

It seems so many people in this fast changing new standard of exhaust, are not realizing that all cats are not created equal. There are really only 2 acceptable options when it comes to serious horsepower tolerance in catalytic. Everything else will disintegrate over time. For the 400-500HP N/A guys, our $600 Set is more than capable. The bigger power guys unfortunately have to spend a bit more to play now-a-days.

Again if anyone has any questions or confusion please feel free to ask.
Thanks for the response good points all around
 
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Stupid question of the day but with those you need to weld a flange on the stock driver side header, Correct?
Not a stupid question at all. Yes you need to weld our provided flange onto the driver side header.
 
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Unfortunately those haven't existed for a good while. Different times we are in, we are working to stay compliant. If we can help you in any other way please do not hesitate to ask.
 

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Glad to see this happen. Curious about the tune recommended. Does the catted version throw codes?
 

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Different times we are in, we are working to stay compliant.
Giants such as Holley Brands are running into issues getting EO’s (Exemption Orders).
The few that do testing are backlogged for a year or more.
Holley is moving forward with their own testing facility to expedite EO’s.
This new compliant era has turned into a real “THING” and those that don’t step up are going to be out of business.
 
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Giants such as the Holley Company are running into issues getting EO’s (Exemption Orders).
There Trinity EX and the tunes provided within are CARB EO #D-770 compliant.
 

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so, those cats are going to withstand the heat of supercharger and turbo without melting or eventually, it's going to melt? would I get check engine light with it? Will it passes emission?
 

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what is the different between : GESI UHP high flow catted vs GESI UHP GEN 2 high flow catted?

What option do I go with then for a 2020 gt with a whipple?
 

 
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