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post #1 of 4 Old 08-24-2017, 05:36 PM Thread Starter
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25% Off Thermal R&D Exhaust!

25% Off our 2015-2017 Mustang GT Catback Exhaust System!
Sale starts today 8/24/2017 and will end 9/7/2017. Just use code STANG25 at checkout!

B906 - C906 System Specifications:
• 3" Diameter Tubing
• Thermal R&D 'True Helmholtz Technology'
• 304 Stainless Steel
• 4.5" Angle Tips.

The new Ford Mustang GT has been an instant classic and drove us to create what we believe is one of the best aftermarket systems available for this car. We started with 3” diameter tubing and added a center straight through muffler while engineering resonators that implement our 'True Helmholtz Technology'. We then put it on the dyno and found a gain of 25 RWHP. This straight through design is made from high grade T304 Stainless Steel. The look is completed with brush finish tubing, polished mufflers & polished 4.5” angle cut tips.


The kit includes 6 specialized clamps that allow for ease of install and proper tip alignment. Additionally, adapters are included for those who are going all out on their build and plan to run the system to performance headers.


Thermal R&D Exhaust systems are designed with quality of sound and manufacturing as our number one goal. Built from T304 Stainless Steel, the fit and finish of our products are designed for performance on both the street and the track. Understanding that the exhaust is the starting point for many builds, our high-performance exhaust will allow additional modifications to perform at their peak. We engineer our products with the goal of achieving the best all-around product for a given application.

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This last video is not of a Mustang, but does explain how we develop our systems.
Thermal R&D Philosophy of Helmholtz:

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Is this the same Thermal R&D from back in the day, that used to be big into the import scene?

I had a Thermal exhaust setup on a turbo Eclipse back in the late 90's. Was still to this day, prob. the best fitting/sounding exhaust I have ever had.

FTI TW heads/FTI cam/RPMII/A-trim/T5 & 4.10's/QH w/ BE & EA/GUFB
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do a 3" catback for fox bodies that fits well and looks good. There are currently one or two options that don't seem to fit those criteria.
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thank you for sharing this....thanks to all...
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