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 Our Complete Line of 1979 to Current Mustang Headers Here: http://latemodelres.to/1cQIciD 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 style Exhaust manifolds. Here at LatemodelRestoration.com we have a wide selection of Shorty and Long Tube Headers for all years, makes and special edition Mustangs. This includes Fox Body, SN-95, New Edge & S197 Mustangs. You can count on us to be one of the first to carry aftermarket performance headers for the new 2015+ Mustangs as these new S550 platforms start hitting the streets. We also carry a wide selection of engine swap headers that help you swap out our current motor for a 351W based engine or the very powerful 5.0L Coyote motor. Click on the link at the top to see our full selection of Mustang headers options!





Mustang BBK Chrome and Ceramic Tuned Length Shorty Headers (11-13 GT) Review
BBK Chrome Tuned Length Shorty Headers (11-13 GT) http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-chrome-tuned-headers-2011.html BBK Performance 1632 BBK Ceramic Tuned Length Shorty Headers (11-13 GT) http://www.americanmuscle.com/bbk-ceramic-tuned-headers-2011.html BBK Performance 16320 Tuned To Outperform. Built to be a hybrid in between a short tube and longtube header, these BBK Shorty “Tuned Length” Headers easily outperform the factory headers combined the best traits of a long tube and short tube into one medium size package. Longer length primary tubes improve Exhaust scavenging yet they are not too long as to slow the Exhaust too much and lose torque in the process. Rther, these hybrid Tuned Length Shorty Headers off good performance and low RPM and have plenty of capacity near redline as well. Owners can expect a gain of 15-20 horsepower after installing a set of these Tuned Length Short Headers on their 2011-2013 Mustang GT. Renowned BBK Construction. These “Tuned Length” headers have certainly been built to task, featuring 1-3/4” mandrel bent tubing for improved airflow, while the 3/8” laser cut header flanges add to the overall strength and durability of the headers’ construction. The high polish chrome finish lends an element of style to an otherwise supremely functional part, while the ceramic finish is equally polished but with the added benefit of helping to reduce the overall temperature of your engine. Whichever finish you choose, these headers help to round out its role and making it one of the only choices for those looking to improve their horsepower and torque. Complex Do-It-Yourself Install. These BBK headers bolt directly onto the stock Mid-Pipe without the need for any extra modification. Physically between a long tube and short tuber header, installation follows suit. These headers aren't quite as difficult to install like a long tube, nor are they as easy and space saving as a traditional shorty. That being said, installation can be done at home using basic hand tools. Set aside the whole afternoon from start to finish.





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





5 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Your S550 Mustang
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