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Old 04-10-2015, 10:59 AM   #1
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BBK Longtube Headers

I have a 2005 mustang gt, as of right now I have axleback slp loudmouth exhaust, and a bbk CAI, within the next month or two I was planning on putting bbk Longtube headers on her and was just trying to get opinions/pointers on whether I should put bbk off road x pipe with it, or just leave the axleback with the stock H pipe. I plan on doing a tune shortly after the headers. My goal is to be at 350 RWHP by this time next year!!! Thanks for reading!!!!


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I'm sure someone with more knowledge will chime in, but I don't believe that you can use the stock h-pipe with LT headers.
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Longtube headers mean you need a shorty H pipe, will also need to drop the K to install them. I'm not sure about the 3V, but the BBK 2V longtubes suck. Instead of properly clearancing the primaries for the steering shaft they just put a flat spot in one of them.


Best headers for the money for the 3V are EASILY the Dynatechs at $850 for the set and they are ridiculously high quality. They're pretty much the go-to header for the GT500 crowd.
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Longtube headers mean you need a shorty H pipe, will also need to drop the K to install them. I'm not sure about the 3V, but the BBK 2V longtubes suck. Instead of properly clearancing the primaries for the steering shaft they just put a flat spot in one of them.


Best headers for the money for the 3V are EASILY the Dynatechs at $850 for the set and they are ridiculously high quality. They're pretty much the go-to header for the GT500 crowd.
BBK headers are glide together tubes with 0 thought lol

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I didn't even consider dynatechs
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