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Corsa 2-1/2" Stainless Steel Resonator Delete Kit for all 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 F150s with a 3.5L EcoBoost or 5.0L Engine and a 144-1/2" Wheelbase.
If you're looking to add an aggressive sounding exhaust to your 2011-2014 3.5L EcoBoost or 5.0L F150, but fear emptying the bank account on a full cat-back system, this all-new 2-1/2" stainless steel resonator delete kit from Corsa is the best bang for your buck!
Get rid of that factory resonator and replace it with Corsa's Resonator Delete KIts to get unrestricted exhaust path to produce the deep and aggressive exhaust tone that you really want to hear! The Corsa Resonator Delete Kit is crafted from 304 stainless steel for great looks and durability. The kit features a machined stainless steel gasket and a thick flange to endure everyday abuse and fit securely to your vehicle. Corsa's Resonator Delete Pipes bolts on, so installation is a breeze.
- Exhaust Pipe Diameter Filter: 2.50"
- Replaces stock resonator
- Easy bolt-on installation
- Made in the USA
- Limited lifetime warranty
Corsa Performance is an aftermarket automotive performance product company and one of the market leaders in high-end exhaust systems due to their special innovation and engineering advancements. In 1998, they entered the exhaust category and rewrote the rule book with their patent RSC Technology (Reflective Sound Cancellation) for premium performance exhaust. This patented technology is fitted on all their exhaust systems, to give their consumers the best and latest technology. With countless resources poured into sound research for their exhausts, Corsa exhaust systems have the ability to increase performance, eradicate drone caused by resonant frequencies, while still giving off that custom aggressive exhaust note that their products are known for around the world.
Corsa Performance have become leaders in their field because of the extremely high standards each product must pass before it is put into production. More recently in 2012, Corsa ventured into air intake systems, thus pushing their heightened knowledge of air flow even further.