MRT Resonator Delete H-Pipe Stainless Steel GT 2015-2020

MRT:
HPMR1
Rating:
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Highlights

  • No Welding Required
  • 304 Stainless Construction
  • Cut-And-Clamp Installation
  • Mandrel Bent Tubing
MSRP $269.00
$179.99
You save 33%

MRT Stainless Steel Resonator Delete H-Pipe for all 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 GT Mustangs.

With the introduction of a fully redesigned chassis came a totally rerouted exhaust path with features that were not present on the previous generation. Ford did away with the factory h-pipe and replaced it with a fully welded up resonator box that crosses the exhaust pulses. Not only is this extremely restrictive, but it’s also obnoxiously heavy. MRT has listened to the community and introduces their solution to this problem!

Available only at CJ Pony Parts, Mustang Racing Technologies, aka MRT, has engineered this Resonator Delete H-Pipe that easily replaces that bulky and restrictive OE Resonator. Manufactured completely out of CNC mandrel bent 304 Stainless Steel tubing, this H-Pipe will bolt-in place once two simple cuts have been made and the OEM segment is then unbolted and removed. The new H-Pipe will reuse the two factory clamps found on front and MRT will supply two new clamps to use on the rear section after the applicable cuts have been made.

Features and Benefits:
- Replaces Factory Resonator with a More Efficient H-Pipe
- Significant Weight Savings Over the OEM Resonator
- Aggressive Exhaust Note Even With OE Mufflers
- Simple Cut-And-Clamp Bolt-In Installation
- Full 304 Stainless Steel Construction with Precision Welds
- CNC Mandrel Bent Tubing Ensures a Smooth Exhaust Path and Precise Fit
- Hand Built in the USA at MRT Headquarters
- Includes All Necessary Hardware and Clamps

*This Resonator Delete H-Pipe does NOT require any welding.
*Tuning changes are NOT required for a proper installation.

So what advantages does an H-Pipe have over an X-Pipe? The most noticeable advantage is sound. X-Pipes tend to provide more of a raspy exhaust note and overall just be a bit louder. If you plan on doing other modifications to your exhaust, going the X-Pipe route may not be the right answer for you. Whereas an H-Pipe typically provides that deep muscle car sound that everyone seems to look for in there Mustang, providing more room to grow for future modifications to your exhaust system. Not only can you achieve the perfect exhaust note, but H-Pipes have proven power benefits right where you want them. Providing a decent boost in low-end torque. While most X-Pipes usually will only show an increase in power higher up in the rpm range. MRT has always recognized the advantages of the H-Pipe versus the X-Pipe and continues down that proven path with this beautifully engineered piece.

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Installation Videos

Video Transcript

We have no doubt that the leading large factory resonator found in the 2015 Mustang is going to be a very popular modification among owners. The resonator is very heavy, and also very restrictive. Releasing it is going to save some weight on the car, give you more sound and more horsepower.

There's a lot of ways to lead it so far using an X-pipe, but we've been listening to our customers who have been asking for a way to do it with an H-pipe. We teamed up with MRT and offer this exclusive H-pipe resonator to lead.

We teamed up with MRT to offer this resonator lead H-pipe available exclusively here at CJ Pony Parts. It's a rack replacement for the factory resonator. You simply cut off the tailpipes, and use the factory clamps on the front. Now it's going to increase flow to your exhaust. Give you much better exhaust tones. It's going to save you 15 pounds over the factory resonator.

To start off, we're going to give you some stock sound clips.

For this installation lay a lift or a jack and jack stands, 3/8 ratchet, 13mm socket, 15mm socket, extension, flat blade screwdriver, measuring tape, marker, sawzall, file and safety glasses.

As we have shown you many of times in the past removal of the stock system is actually quite easy, but we do suggest a second set of hands to make it easier. The first thing you want to do, remove the two bolts for the two rear brackets. Don't worry about removing the brackets, there's actually a little hook so they're not going to fall off.

Now we'll move four to loosen the clamps to hold the resonator to the front pipes.

You may want to bend this tab up. There's a little stud that will stop it. You can slide the clamp down. Now you can pop these little hangers off here. Now the weights going to go forward, and you shimmy the system forward off the rear clamps.

Once you have the factory exhaust off you want to get it somewhere where you can cut it. What we're going to do is measure back six and a quarter from the center of the resonator. We're going to mark it, and then cut the pipes off.

You look at the H-pipe, you notice the one side has a slight curve to it. When put up into place the curve side is going to be on the passenger side.

Now we'll snug up these clamps and you're going to tighten them all the way down. We still may need to adjust them. We're just going to get them snug for now.

Before we install the stock tailpipe and muffler, you want to make sure you file this down. Get it as smooth as possible so it fits in the clamp.

Now we're ready to reinstall. We'll start by putting it back in the factory muffler clamp.

Slide the clamp into place, and tighten it down.

Now repeat the process on the driver's side.

Now let's hear how it sounds with the stock mufflers and our MRT CJ resonator lead.

She sounds pretty healthy even with the stock mufflers by getting rid of the resonator. It's a lot more exhaust volume, and it has a nice raspy tone to it as well without being too loud.

Driving the car and acceleration wise, it's only slightly louder than stock to be honest with you. You can really barely hear it. A little bit at the higher RPMs, then you can hear a little bit more of the aggressive tone of the muffler. Cruising wise, zero drone, zero noise at highway speeds.

It feels like a factory car until you down shift and get on it a little bit, then you can really hear the sound a little bit more.

This is the perfect choice if you're trying to keep the car subtle, want a little more sound but don't want to get into a full exhaust. Getting rid of the resonator. Like I said, you're going to save weight, it's going to increase the flow for sure and it gives you a nice sound without being overly loud.

In my opinion, had Ford not built the 2015 Mustang to be used in different markets across the world, this is probably how they would have made it sound. It's a very nice tone. It's actually very reminiscent of the stock systems found in the ‘11-‘14s.

The MRT resonator delete H-Pipe is going to get rid of your heavy restrictive factory resonator. It's definitely going to save some weight. It's going to free up some horsepower as well. It's going to work with either a stock or an aftermarket axle. Back to even that real muscle car sound. This part is available exclusively here at CJPonyParts.com.

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