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Shifteck Resonator Delete H-Pipe GT350/GT350R

Shifteck Resonator Delete H-Pipe GT350/GT350R

$ 200.00 $ 349.99

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Did we mention it was a preorder? This means that you buy now and you will receive your H-Pipe as soon as it is done. Depending on our production schedule with our private label customers, that time is APPROXIMATELY 12-16 weeks. In exchange for preorder, you will be receiving a SUBSTANTIAL discount on your pipe. As soon as they are ready to ship, the price will go back to normal price. Cancellations of preorders will be subject to restocking fee.

Shifteck Stainless Steel Resonator Delete H-Pipe for all 2015+ Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustangs. Unlike some of our competitors that use cheap aluminized steel, which will quickly rust and become pitted, we have manufactured our H-Pipe out of high-quality stainless steel.

Shifteck offers this Resonator Delete H-Pipe that easily replace the OEM Resonator Crossover Pipe. Manufactured entirely out of 409 Stainless Steel, this H-Pipe will bolt-in once two simple cuts are made and the OEM segment is unbolted and removed. The new H-Pipe will reuse the two factory clamps found on front and Shifteck supplies two new clamps to use on the rear section after the appropriate cuts have been made. 

If you have a GT350R, you do not have resonators in your exhaust, however, this part can still be installed AND you will still benefit from the increase in flow. GT350R still has the inefficient style X from the factory.

Features and Benefits:
- 409 Stainless Steel Construction
- Aggressive Exhaust Note
- Easy Bolt-In Installation
- Much Lighter than OEM Resonator
- Flows 10% more air than the stock X-pipe section

- Covered by Shifteck's NO QUESTIONS ASKED lifetime warranty

*Does NOT require any welding.
*Will NOT require any tuning changes.

 

Please listen below for the difference between the Shifteck X pipe and the Shifteck H pipe. You will notice that the H pipe has a much more mellow tone and the traditional "burble" associated with a Mustang.


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