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FactionFab 2021+ F150 Resonator Delete 156"

SKU FFA1.10229.2
Original price $199.00 - Original price $199.00
Original price $199.00
$199.00
$199.00 - $199.00
Current price $199.00
Availability:
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Install Instructions
Warranty

1 Year Limited

Product Description

Highlights:

  • Improves sound and tone
  • Easy, drop-in design
  • 304 stainless steel design
  • Comes with hardware

Great Tone in a Low-Cost Package

You don't have to jump through a ton of hassles or spend a ton of cash to get your 2021+ F150 to sound great. FactionFab's F150 Resonator Delete gets rid of your F150's resonator and adds a louder and more aggressive tone to your off-road truck without breaking your bank. This resonator delete installs right into place of your F150's stock resonator assembly, making it easy and inexpensive to change up your F150's sound without changing up your truck's looks.

304 Stainless Steel Construction

The FactionFab Resonator Delete is built to drop right into your F150 and uses a high-quality construction. This version of FactionFab's Resonator Delete Kit fits directly between your F150 muffler and mid-pipe without modifications utilizing a ball-end flange at the front (NO GASKET REQUIRED) and tapering down at the back to match the muffler OD. The Resonator Delete Kit is made out of 3.5" 304 stainless steel that can resist corrosion and discoloration in practically any climate or application. All necessary installation hardware included, stainless steel band clamp and new corrosion resistant bolts in the front. 

Note: Some trims will need to reuse the OEM bolts if your truck comes with welded nuts.

Fitment: 2021+ F150 156" Wheelbase  

For 156" wheelbase models only: this version of FactionFab's resonator delete is only designed to fit F150s with a 156" wheelbase and will not fit F150s with a 145" or 163" wheelbases.

Note that this resonator delete IS NOT COMPATIBLE with the Powerboost models due to an integrated heat exchanger in the OEM resonator pipe.