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Old 10-25-2019, 08:57 PM   #1
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Was curious if anybody has done a resonator delete to their 2012 3.7 stang? My setup isn’t much. I have a K&N 69 typhoon CAÍ, Bbk shorty headers, magnaflow street Axel back, stock cats/resonators and a 91 Mpt tune. Was wondering if anybody knows how it sounds? Any videos? Can’t find any on YouTube sadly and wondering if it’s worth it or just get catless h pipes. Thanks!
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With the resonator being so small, I can't see how it would add much sound if deleted It's the little bulge behind the catalytic converter on the top (factory pipes) in the picture.

I think you will have a hard time finding a cattless x or h pipe. I think the laws have changed the last year or two


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Seems that most that remove them are trying to do something right after to fix the rasp that they keep away. Ford did a good thing with the V6 resonators, they get rid of the rasp that the 3.7 is notorious for.
Even though they will no longer have Emissions testing after next year, according to my Sister friend who is a LEO in your state they made it easier to bust people who modify their emissions so even if you find an off-road pipe they are still highly illegal.
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Was curious if anybody has done a resonator delete to their 2012 3.7 stang? My setup isn’t much. I have a K&N 69 typhoon CAÍ, Bbk shorty headers, magnaflow street Axel back, stock cats/resonators and a 91 Mpt tune. Was wondering if anybody knows how it sounds? Any videos? Can’t find any on YouTube sadly and wondering if it’s worth it or just get catless h pipes. Thanks!
This may be what your looking for, Airaid Modular Intake Tube:

https://www.airaid.com/450-945-airai...ar-intake-tube

Hope this helps.

Edit: I just read that you have a CAI, please disregard my post. Sorry about that.
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