Summer 2017 is now in full swing, and many car enthusiasts across the country are out enjoying the warm weather working on their builds. Not every car guy or girl has the means to take their builds to a big-name shop to install that new exhaust, cold air intake, or beefy new sway bar kit on their project vehicles. Fortunately, many of these bolt-on upgrades can be installed at home with the use of some simple tools and a reliable set of jack stands.
In fact, many enthusiasts wouldn’t have it any other way. Installing that new performance part on a Saturday morning out of your home garage or driveway is half the fun, right?
The video above is from The Speed Girls host Kristen Benavides. Watch as she walks us through how easy it is to install a Gibson Performance cat-back exhaust system on a 2015+ Mustang by using a set of jack stands and hand tools that most car guys already have in their home tool kits.
Now we know that for the sake of providing viewers with a quality video, the install takes place in a well-lit garage setting. But if you take a second to analyze the video, you will see that Kristen is not only installing the Gibson Exhaust system herself, but she is using a simple set of everyday tools.