Mustang GT Coyote 5.0 Short Exhaust Headers Install (2011-14) Review

Watch this Great Installation Video of BBK's Ford Mustang 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Tuned Mid Length Headers and After Cat X Pipe on a 2011 Mustang GT 5.0L - Follow along and see the Dyno results. These Exhaust headers and aftercat x pipe are direct replacement and will add more horsepower and torque to your favorite Mustang. http://www.bbkperformance.com/products/2011-14-ford-Mustang-parts/11-14-Mustang-shorty-headers/2011-14-ford-Mustang-gt-tuned-length-shorty-headers.html Check us out on facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/bbkperformance

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Mustang Headers: Shorty Vs Long Tube - Which Is Best For You?
Shop Mustang Headers: https://latemodelres.to/Mustang-headers Are you on the fence about the age old questions of shorty headers vs long tube headers -- which do you need? Let us help you put some of the myths to bed and help you make an educated decision when it comes to selecting shorty and long tube headers! In this video, Jmac will show you some of the pros and cons of both shorty and long tube header options. Shorty Headers. We all know that factory manifolds are restrictive and not the best for making power. Shorty headers do remove most of the restrictions and add in larger diameter tubing. That way, you get the extra Exhaust flow, which is going to give you your more power. Shorty headers also offer a lower price point compared to long tube headers, and they're a direct replacement design, meaning they'll bolt directly to your factory cylinder head and to your existing mid pipe; you don't have to change that out. Also, another big plus is you'll have plenty of working room later, down the road, when it comes time to service your Mustang, be it a simple starter replacement or a complete clutch job. Long Tube Headers. If you're the type of person that likes to squeeze out every last horsepower from your Mustang, then you need to look at the long tube header design. The downsides to the long tube header revolve around the fact that they take up more space, meaning there's less room to work later down the road when it comes time to service your Mustang. This could make a simple starter swap a lot more compact, and it sometimes even requires that you loosen or completely remove a long tube header to service your transmission or clutch. Luckily, the majority of long tube headers available today will fit your Mustang without any major modifications, meaning you're not going to have to beat up your frame rails or floor pan to get them to clear. Long tube headers allow the exiting Exhaust poles to help pull in the incoming air fuel charge, also known as the scavenging effect. This is where the majority of their added power and torque come from. ______________________________________________________ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/latemodelrestoration?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/latemodelresto Instagram: http://instagram.com/latemodelresto Twitter: http://twitter.com/latemodel_resto Late Model Restoration LMR SVE 5.0Resto





Mustang GT ARH Long Tube Headers 1-7/8" With Catted X-Pipe 3" Stainless Steel 2011-2014 Installation
Product Link: http://www.cjponyparts.com/arh-long-tube-headers-1-7-8-with-catted-x-pipe-3 -stainless-steel-gt-2011-2014/p/HDAR25-V/ In this video, Bill & the crew at CJ's will show you how to install this American Racing Headers Stainless Steel 1-7/8" Long Tube Headers with a 3" Catted X-Pipe on your 2011-2014 GT Mustang from the comfort of your own shop or garage! If you're looking to gain more performance from your 2011-2014 Mustang GT or Boss 302, Long Tube Headers from American Racing Headers can provide some big help. With street and off-road versions available, performance can increase up to 32 RWHP using stock mufflers and without a tune. Today, Bill installs a 1-7/8" Long Tube Headers with 3" Catted X-Pipe into a 2011 Mustang GT. This kit features 100% leak free one-piece long tube design, 3/8" thick flanges with tig welded & hand ported inlets and 1-7/8" primaries to accommodate normally aspirated or supercharged applications. It includes merge collectors with scavenger spokes, direct bolt-in catted X-pipe, Ultra high-flow 200 cell metallic substrate cats, and a pair of oxygen sensor extension and averages 6-8 hours for installation. With this video, Bill shows you how to do it yourself! Check out more Mustang Long Tube Header parts from CJ's here: http://www.cjponyparts.com/Mustang-long-tube-headers/c/60070083/ Check out more American Racing Header parts from CJ's here: http://www.cjponyparts.com/american-racing-headers/c/8_1001_144/ Subscribe to CJ Pony Parts on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=cjponyparts





Mustang GT Ford Racing Hot Rod Cam & Intake Manifold Install (05-10 4.6L)
Buy Hot Rod Camshafts: http://bit.ly/M65503V Intake Manifold: http://bit.ly/M9424463V Valve Covers: Timing Chain Wedge Tool: http://bit.ly/ROT-3031175 Valve Spring Compressor: http://bit.ly/LRS-ST101 Cam Phaser Bolts: http://bit.ly/M6279463V The Ford Racing Hot Rod Cams were designed with a few things in mind, to increase horsepower and torque across the entire power band and add some serious bumpty-bump to your three valve Mustang! These camshafts are engineered for naturally aspirated and supercharged applications to cover a wide variety of engine setups. It is recommended that these cams be used with long tube headers to achieve significant power gains as well as a Ford Racing Intake Manifold and Throttle Body. These Hot Rod Cams will increase lift from the stock 11mm/0.433” to 12mm/0.472. Intake and Exhaust duration will be 221/240 degrees at 50 thousandths lift with a lobe separation of 110 degrees. You can still use your factory valve springs, followers, and lash adjusters up to 6800 rpms. You’ll need a timing chain wedge tool, valve spring compressor, and new cam phaser bolts prior to install and a custom tune IS required once you do get these cams installed. Lastly, Ford Racing does include thorough instructions with all needed torque sequences and specs. The Ford Racing Intake Manifold will offer a lightweight composite construction, high-flow runners and an open plenum design. It will fit under a stock hood and will allow gains across the entire power band! Ford Racing has tested this intake up to 2 bar pressure which makes it a perfect addition for any of you guys with forced induction! It will even feature built in Intake Manifold Runner Control (IMRC) Deletes [also called Charge Motion Runner Control CMRC delete]. All needed hardware is included along with detailed installation instructions, and like the cams, a custom tune is required. Application: 2005-2010 Mustang GT -Baseline Dyno- 281HP/309TQ • 93 Octane • Custom Tune • Steeda CAI • BBK 62mm Throttle Body • Ford Racing Shorty Headers • Bassani Off-Road X-Pipe • Ford Racing 'Stinger' Catback • 3.73 Gears • 5R55S Transmission (5 Speed Auto) • One Piece Aluminum Driveshaft • 18" wheels/tires • Pull was made in 4th gear (1:1) -After Dyno- 315HP/318TQ +34HP/+9TQ • Ford Racing Hot Rod Cams • Ford Racing Intake Manifold • 93 Octane • Custom Tune (Re-flash) • Steeda CAI • BBK 62mm Throttle Body • Ford Racing Shorty Headers • Bassani Off-Road X-Pipe • Ford Racing 'Stinger' Catback • 3.73 Gears • 5R55S Transmission (5 Speed Auto) • One Piece Aluminum Driveshaft • 18" wheels/tires • Pull was made in 4th gear (1:1) ______________________________________________________ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/latemodelrestoration?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/latemodelresto Instagram: http://instagram.com/latemodelresto Twitter: http://twitter.com/latemodel_resto Late Model Restoration LMR SVE 5.0Resto





Kooks Headers Mustang GT Install and Dyno Test
A install of a set of Stainless Steel Kooks headers, Stainless Catted X-pipe and Stainless Exhaust System.




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