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Blowfish Sound Tube Delete Kit (15-17 GT)

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Features, Video & Details

  • Deletes Factory Sound Tube
  • Prevents Odors from Entering Cabin
  • Includes Rubber Intake Cap, Clamp and Firewall Plug
  • Fits All 2015-2017 GT Mustangs

Review & Installation Video

Review & Install Video

What's going on guys? I'm Alex from americanmuscle.com. And today, I'm bringing you my very quick review and breakdown of the Blowfish Sound Tube Delete Kit fitting your 2015 through current Mustang GT. So in this video, I'm gonna give a very quick overview of who this kit might appeal to, why you might wanna install this, what you should expect to be spending, and then what it's gonna take to get this installed on your GT. We're gonna be looking at a pretty easy one out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter and less than 30 minutes to get this onto your car. And I'll have a little bit more detail for you on that later. So if you've been around the block, either in or out of the aftermarket car community, you've probably heard at one point or another that most, if not all, cars, including the 2015 through a current Mustang, have been equipped with something called a sound tube. Now, that's gonna be something which essentially pipes more noise into your cabin to give you a little bit more of an engine sound. Now, the sound tube itself is a pretty unnecessarily large apparatus, for lack of a better term, and it's honestly about probably this big. And given that it's just added weight, its purpose, again, is essentially to pipe in more intake resonance directly into your cabin to give you a little bit more of a engine sound. But, in my personal opinion, I think it's pretty on the artificial side, and it's just something that you really don't need in your car. So if you've been in somebody else's Mustang that did have this mod installed, there's probably a decent chance you heard a little bit of a change in tonality here. But having been in a few GTs myself with this mod installed, I've gotta tell you it's a little bit on the minimal side. But something that I did personally notice is that if you're to install a throttle body intake manifold or a cold air intake on a car that does have the sound tube installed, it's essentially gonna be watering down that sound from your engine bay. Now on the flip side, if you were to have this installed with the aforementioned modifications, the sound that you would be hearing from under the hood would be that much greater. So you're essentially gonna be hearing a lot much more air traveling around, lot much more sucking when you're on and off the gas. So by installing this Sound Tube Delete Kit from Blowfish, I will go on record and say that this is gonna be more of a tonality change. This isn't gonna be like something where you're gutting your cats or you're installing an axle back exhaust where, as soon as you fire up your car, it's gonna be apparent. Again, if you're gonna throw this in and you're gonna install a cold air intake and a throttle body down the road, you're gonna get much more engine noise being incorporated into your cabin. Whereas if you were to leave your factory sound tube installed, you'd be getting a little bit more slop getting piped into the cabin, which, again, I think is a little bit more on the artificial sounding side and just fake. So one last thing I definitely like about this kit, or at least the removal of the factory sound tube, is that, again, it's gonna be pretty unnecessarily long. When you pull this out of your engine bay, you're probably gonna think to yourself, "Why was this even installed in the factory?" Which, again, was just to give somebody a little bit more noise in the cabin. But, by removing this, it's gonna clean up your engine bay pretty nicely, in my opinion. And, again, you're only gonna be looking at an addition of about maybe one to two pounds of added weight. Now a quick little feature that Blowfish likes to call out here is that in the event you're gonna be installing a new head unit down the road or if you're just gonna be swapping in something else, you can easily drill right through here, so you can run your wires right through your firewall. So in terms of the pricing here, guys, you're looking at 10 bucks for this kit, which is really just a no-brainer for me. You're looking for a really quick-to-install modification over the weekend or some day after work, you just want a wrench on your car, it's gonna be a great option for you. I do wanna say, in comparison to some of the other options out there, you're gonna see that they do have a tendency to get up there in price, which I personally think that the Blowfish option is gonna be that much better, as there's really no need to spend that much more on something where it's literally just gonna be the leading that sound tube. All right, guys. So switching gears to the installation portion of the video, just like I had said up top, you're looking at a pretty straightforward one out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter and about 15 to 30 minutes to remove your factory sound tube and plug that into this unit right here. Now, while I will usually say that most, if not all, of the modifications that we've installed here are pretty easy, one thing that I will definitely throw out there is that if you've got a friend or maybe a child that's got small hands, definitely rope them in to help you get the factory sound tube removed, as you're gonna be thanking yourself later at the end of the day. So the easy install here is definitely a huge selling point for me, aside from needing some small hands to pull the factory kit. You're gonna wanna start by accessing the tube down by your throttle body and then essentially working your way up the dripper side of your valve covers to the firewall. You're essentially gonna need to pull the tube a couple clamps and then chase it back to the firewall and then move back to the front of the vehicle where you're essentially gonna plug this, and you're good to go. And honestly, it doesn't get any easier than that. And while I know it's much easier said than done, you're looking at about 15 to 30 minutes before you complete it here. All right, guys. So just to wrap things up here, some final thoughts, if you're the 2015 through current S550 GT owner, you're not only looking to clean up your engine bay and remove that obnoxious looking sound tube, but you're looking to get away from having some of that artificial noise piped into your cabin, I would definitely check out this option from Blowfish for your GT. So that's my quick review and breakdown of the Blowfish Sound Tube Delete Kit fitting your 2015 through current Mustang GT, available right here at americanmuscle.com.

Blowfish Racing Sound Tube Delete. For some odd reason Ford installed a sound tube on their GT Mustangs. The idea behind the sound tube is that it's supposed to pipe engine noise into the cabin of the Mustang to enhance the driving experience. Well, true motor heads find this idea lame and want it gone. That's why Blowfish Racing came up with the Sound Tube Delete Kit.

Complete Kit. The Blowfish Racing Kit deletes the sound tube entirely. The kit includes a block off cap for use on the factory intake and a firewall plug to prevent debris and odors from entering the cabin. There are no permanent modifications required making this kit totally reversible for those looking to go back to stock at a later date.

Application. This Blowfish Racing Sound Tube Delete Kit is specifically designed for use on 2015 to 2017 GT Mustangs equipped with the 5.0L Coyote V8 engine.

Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 Details

What's in the Box
  • (1) Rubber Intake Cap
  • (1) Stainless Steel Clamp
  • (1) Firewall Plug
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • GT - 16, 15, 17

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5/5
Sound tube delete kit.

I personally like it was not hard to install at all. Disconnected it from the intake pulled the clip off of the strut mount and yanked it right out of the fire wall. Plugged them up in about 5-10 mins. ...

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5/5
Perfect

First off this was awesome and removes about 2-3 lbs of weight. and best of all you lose the fake engine noise. With that being said dont look at reviews online on how to install.. you dont need to take ...

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Overall Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars
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does the sound tube delete kit, when installed interfere with the factory warranty in any way? Thanks

EarlS

  • The Blowfish Sound Tube Delete Kit has no effect on the factory warranty.

    Rob D

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Will this work on an airaid CAI with oiled filter?

Mitch

  • My AiRaid CAI came with a kit to delete the silly sound tube.

    Bowling265

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can the plug that goes on the stock intake be used without the clamp? or will it fall off?

jploco03gt

  • We recommend using the clamp that comes with the Blowfish Sound Tube Delete Kit since the plug may work it's way off over time otherwise.

    pserafi

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will this kit work on after market CAI Corsa, or is it just for the stock CAI?

Baytown

  • Hi, This sound tube delete kit works with both stock and aftermarket air intakes.

    Chris J

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Does this require any kind of tune?

Tyler28

  • The Blowfish Sound Tube Delete Kit does not require any tune in order to use on the vehicle. The plug simply eliminates the sound hose from the air intake to the cabin which will not require any additional modification to work.

    AMKody

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  • 5/5

    August 07, 2017

    Sound tube delete kit.

    I personally like it was not hard to install at all. Disconnected it from the intake pulled the clip off of the strut mount and yanked it right out of the fire wall. Plugged them up in about 5-10 mins. It does make the interior of the car quieter. I don't know if it's me but it seems the engine during cold starts sounds a bit quieter also. I do have corsa extremes cat back exhaust all the sound stays back there where it belongs.

    JacobJ

    Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

    Helpful (1)

  • 3/5

    July 01, 2017

    Firewall Cap doesn't fit

    The kit is self explanatory but the firewall cap didn't fit.

    MiguelC

    Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    June 26, 2017

    Perfect

    First off this was awesome and removes about 2-3 lbs of weight. and best of all you lose the fake engine noise. With that being said dont look at reviews online on how to install.. you dont need to take that darn bolt off everyone claimed that you need to. Pull up as hard as you can on the tube multiple times and eventually you will stretch the plastic enough to where you can just remove it. Its NOT EASY but you can do it with out trying to get to that nut. Obviously you wont be able to put the part back on. but why would you?

    Kyleb

    Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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  • 3/5

    June 09, 2017

    Difficult Install

    The kit works great once installed, but beware - the removal of the old sound tube is not easy. There is a 10mm nut (with nylon insert) at the firewall below the sound tube that secures the tube to the firewall. That nut is very difficult to get to, even after removing the tower strut brace and using a saw to cut most of the sound tube out of the way. Not fun, but the engine bay now looks much cleaner, and the cabin is quieter.

    JoeS

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    April 27, 2017

    Perfect fit

    It was a 2 minute installation process. Don't even worry about removing the hard to get to nut, simply pull on the sound tube from the firewall and it will pop off. Simply press the cover over the hole, cap the other end, tighten the strap and your done, plug and play.

    199019982015

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 1/5

    April 13, 2017

    Doesn't fit a 2017 GT

    Kit will not fit a 2017 GT premium. Ford must have changed the size of the tubing. Cap and clamp are way to large in diameter.

    MichaelL

    Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    November 18, 2016

    Does work

    Easy install now can hear my Flowmasters only. Actually 2017 Mustang. Same fit. Ford still using sound tube. I left my tube just hanging . Did not want to fight the plug in the firewall just yet. Just wanted the sound not coming in the car.

    ART12

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 4/5

    November 16, 2016

    Better, not quieter!

    I didn't expect to like the quieter sound inside the car as much as I do -- it's nice to hear the rumble from my stock 2015 GT Premium coming from the rear of the car (where it belongs!) And the work it took to make that happen was far easier than I expected. After reading multiple reviews about the challenges of this installation, I was pleasantly surprised to discover it was MUCH easier than the reviews made it sound. My biggest hurdle was realizing I REALLY needed to remove the strut tower brace. Once that was done, removing the nut from the stud on the firewall was just a matter of patience (not having deep socket and small ratchet wrench). The outside temperature was about 68 F, which made it easy to install the firewall plug.

    DougB

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 2/5

    October 10, 2016

    Ok kit, not really worth the money

    The intake plug was the only item used in the kit. To keep the delete appearing like a factory mod I reused the factory clamp from the sound tube. The firewall plug material was too hard. I was unable to push and lock into place due to the remote and difficult to reach location of the hole. Purchased a Dorman's master brake cylinder plug which was easy to install, looked great and had a factor appearance.

    smrfun

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    August 28, 2016

    Blowfish sound tube delete

    The kit made the job easy everything fit great and is cheap, I hate the having useless plastic under the hood, and this kit help me get rid of useless plastic.

    Oscar

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    August 05, 2016

    great little kit, perfect fit.

    These items are the perfect size to delete your "sound tube" on your 15-17 Mustang. Installation time is 10 minutes if you have or can get a hold of someone with longer skinny arms to reach the 10mm nut on the firewall. Everything else is a breeze.

    6thgenlvr

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 4/5

    July 23, 2016

    Blowfish Sound Tube Delete

    Worked well, everything fit perfectly. Replaced the cap with a higher quality chair foot rubber cap.

    MustangGT

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 3/5

    July 20, 2016

    Sound Tube Delete is Awesome!

    Great product, easy install. cleaned up the engine compartment. its a little quieter in the car now which is great. highly recommend this install.

    Jase

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    July 17, 2016

    It makes the cabin much quieter

    The difference in noise levels before and after the sound tube are noticeable. It makes the car much more enjoyable to drive. Getting the screw on the firewall is a pita, but I found that if you approach from the front with your left arm parallel to the engine and a flex head ratchet you can have it unscrewed in about 10 mins.

    AndrewD

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    July 01, 2016

    Pain but worth it

    I wanted to clean up the look of the engine bay, so this was where I started. The kit is pretty straight forward but I will say, that plug for the firewall is a huge pain in the butt to get to, especially if you have larger hands and forearms. But once it's completed, it definitely cleans up the look of the engine bay.

    Derek

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    June 30, 2016

    get rid of the useless ugly sound tube!

    i plan on getting an intake, so the tube has to come off anyways. do yourself a favor and do this even if your not getting an intake. the engine looks so much better without it and its easier to get to your oil dipstick. i have the perf pack with strut bar, so it gives much more room without it.

    corellian

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    June 28, 2016

    Bye Bye Ford Embarasment

    Who on this planet likes that stupid sound tube? Great way to eliminate it. I was able to drill a small hole in the firewall plug to accommodate the wire for my shift light which was a plus.

    Ted

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    June 15, 2016

    Great Product

    This is a great kit to clean up your engine bay. I read a lot of forums about getting rid of the sound tube and people going to auto parts stores to find the right plugs and everything. This kit is perfect. The plug for the firewall snapped right in to place nice and snug and the cap for the intake fit perfectly as well. Hardest part was yanking the tube from the firewall but it only took me a few minutes and some muscle to get it out. Well worth the money, and my engine bay looks much better!

    5point0H

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 5/5

    June 12, 2016

    Must have but painful

    Was difficult to reach the bolt the firewall. To break it loose I used a 10mm deep well socket with a flexible socket joint and an extension. Used this to break loose the bolt. Once that was loose I was able to use an open ended wrench to turn the bolt 1/4 turn each time. Took awhile to get but you can't have big arms to reach in there. Laid on the fender and put my arm along the side of the exhaust manifold. There is two fittings along this wall you can remove the holders from the fender and it gives you more room they are near the oil dipstick. You spend money on a decent exhaust and x pipe you want to hear it not sound from the sound tube.

    JadedGT

    Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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  • 4/5

    May 25, 2016

    Interior noise a problem???

    If your interior cabin noise is too loud, just remove the stock sound tube from your intake and firewall. Pop on the blowfish delete and be ready to experience a whole new ride on the inside of the car... Install in less than five minutes with just a flat head screwdriver...

    J

    Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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