AmericanMuscle’s 2018 Mustang Resonator Delete Sound Comparison Video

In the latest AmericanMuscle Exhaust Comparison video, we plan to leave your ears ringing! Justin Dugan shows off AM’s new 2018 Mustang GT equipped with Active Exhaust and provides an in-depth listen to all 4 modes, with and without the SR Performance Resonator Delete X-Pipe. Typically, one of the first modification that many Mustang owners will complete includes eliminating their factory resonator, equalling an instant increase in power as well as a loud, raspy, race car tone. The benefit of the 2018’s active exhaust is that it still gives you that authentic…

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Atlanta From the Spotters’ Stand, by #95 Spotter Steve Barkdoll

Every time you go to Atlanta the weather is a concern and it was no different this time. You just worry about how the track will change. Everyone really wanted to get that race in. With the trip out to Vegas the next week, time was not a luxury.

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Track Trash – Homestead Headaches

What a great race.   I never thought that a Contender would win it, but this just puts icing in the cake.   And I’m very thankful that one or more of the Contenders did not have mechanical issues that woulda wiped them out of it. Happy is happy……..

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Kobalt 400 to Feature Newly Introduced Aerodynamic and Chassis Changes

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Mar. 6, 2014) — Forty-eight drivers from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series turned laps at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Thursday to further build upon the 2014 intermediate-track rules package that was formalized late last year. Serving as the first official NASCAR test with the new 2014 rules package in place, today’s four-hour session allowed teams to prepare for Sunday’s Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway – the series’ first visit to a 1.5-mile track in 2014 – and beyond.

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