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Old 03-18-2013, 12:22 PM   #1
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I need some opinions on jba natural long tube headers with their catted h pipe. Thanks
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Old 03-18-2013, 12:35 PM   #2
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They are well made headers for the price and produce a nice sound

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Fitment is good on them too. Can't really go wrong with their header and midpipe combo
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Yep, heard nothing but good things about JBA headers. Get 1 5/8" diameter primaries if you're N/A and 1 3/4" if you're F/I
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Don't have any personal experience with them but when I was looking for the 07 I had many people tell me to go with Kooks or JBA. I ended up with the Kooks and could be happier but I wouldn't think twice about buying the JBA's. I'm running ARH on the 2011 now that I got for a steal of a deal.
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Yep, heard nothing but good things about JBA headers. Get 1 5/8" diameter primaries if you're N/A and 1 3/4" if you're F/I
Low end torque is lost on 3/4 in n/a trim usually but the power gains are a bit better even on an n/a application.
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