The width of Δ resonances is around 110...120 MeV. All four of them. With modest differences. The difference in width between Δ0 and Δ++ is estimated from 5 to 9 MeV. Why? Δ+ and Δ0 resonances have two options to decay. Δ+→p+π0 Δ+→n+π+ and correspondingly Δ0→p+π- Δ0→n+π0 In contrast, Δ++ and Δ- have only one option each: Δ++→p+π+ Δ-→n+π- So, from pure consideration of statistics/phase space, shouldn't Δ++ and Δ- live twice as long as Δ0 and Δ+, with widths of 50...60 MeV range?