We know that EcoBoost owners can sometimes feel like second-class citizens because the 2024 Mustang GT and Dark Horse get most of the attention. In truth, the 2024 Ford Mustang EcoBoost is a capable performer in its own right—315 horsepower is quite impressive for a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine. Equally eye-opening is a 0-60 mph time of 4.5 seconds (Car & Driver). Further, half the cylinders translate into a lighter front end, giving the 2024 Mustang EcoBoost nimble handling that some prefer over V8-equipped editions.
In short, there's a lot to like about these turbocharged S650s. Yet, there are EcoBooster owners who yearn for more, and Steeda is happy to oblige. The starting point for this transformation often begins with a Y-pipe resonator delete project. Swapping out the resonator improves engine output, creates a more robust exhaust note, and reduces weight, qualities that no Mustang owner will complain about.
In addition, a Y-pipe delete kit won't break the bank. You can get noticeable results for $200-$300 and an hour or two of DIY wrenching (plus some cutting time with a reciprocating saw). These systems are designed specifically for the Mustang EcoBoost, enabling the turbo to spool more quickly and reduce backpressure.
Learn what a Y-pipe resonator delete kit can do for your 2024 Ford Mustang EcoBoost. Contact a Steeda performance specialist for expert guidance or order online.