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    Hello, I have a 2013 Challenger 5.7 M6. I am looking into installing JBA long tube headers. Anyone that has installed them how was the fitment, did they match up to the stock exhaust?
     
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    16 views, and no one wants to say anything?

    First, why Long Tube Headers?
    Is this just on the track, or at least racing Mustangs/Camaros light to light?

    Next, not sure about the 5.7, but my 6.1 CATS would have to go away for long tube headers, which is O.K. with me as we are outside DEQ boundary, but City Folk would have a problem with that, at least every time you register it?
     
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    Dont really race the car, just want more power. From what i have read and people i know, Long Tubes are the way to go!
    Florida has no state inspection so that wouldn't be a problem. I am sure my neighbors already don't like the fact my car is straight pipped anyways.
     
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    You will notice 3500-7500 power, but loose the 2500-4500 range.
    Short tube headers are much better on the street.
    If you want to piss off the neighborhood, just add some exhaust dumps, or delete mufflers & resonators.

    Just saying
     
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    i have the JBA shorties, better low end power.... long tubes, you will loose that. headers are still a pain in the ass to install, took about 6 hours to install mine and that was with a lift. but once on, it was good.
     
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    I appreciate the in put fellas, I will look into the shorties!
     
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    Do you how much power you gained from the shorties?
     
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