JBA Cat4ward Headers Customer Reviews
387 Customer Reviews
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Ditch your tired, restrictive, inefficient stock exhaust manifold and let your engine breathe freely with performance headers. JBA Cat4ward Headers unlock your motor's power potential for unrestricted, white-knuckle performance gains.
The Achilles heel for engine performance is the exhaust. With JBA Headers, you get a boost of up to 10-25 tire-turning horses out of your motor. The steel tubing is mandrel-bent with extra-large exhaust ports and a leak-free, laser-cut 3/8" thick flange for fast exhaust flow.
You also get JBA's patented Firecone merge collector (depends on model), which quickly moves spent gasses out through your tailpipe. JBA exhaust headers let your engine breath easier, giving you more power, torque and throttle response.
All mounting hardware is included for a do-it-yourself install that doesn't void your factory warranty. 4 finishes to choose from. Of course, your JBA Headers come with a 1-year warranty.
387 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Joe M (Escondido, CA) — Monday at 9:33 AM
The headers installation was straight forward, and as expected, took some time to do the job properly. The headers matched up perfectly - I used the factory studs and Percy's gaskets rather than those provided. I'm a weekend wrencher and did the install in my driveway. I plan on checking the header bolts for proper tightening as suggested, relying on a ratchet wrench rather than a torque wrench due to the tight placements. Really glad I bought them!
Reviewed by christopher m (MASSENA, NY) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 — Jul 15, 2014 5:10 PM
Just installed my new titanium ceramic coated JBA headers and love them helped wake up my truck excellent product highly recommend them tough to install when for original bolts break that was the only tough part once again love them.
Reviewed by Joshua L (NAMPA, ID) — Jun 26, 2014 9:16 PM
Driver's side header sucks to put on. Still having issues. Couldn't get it to fit in down exhaust correctly. Then took it off and connected it to the down pipe first then the block. Now it leaks at the block. Will have to disconnect again entirely then get a new gasket install on block and have the down pipe altered to fit header. But should only cost 60 bucks so not that big of a deal when I have the time to take it in
Reviewed by Keith C (Newbury Park, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tacoma — Jun 10, 2014 7:14 AM
Pain in the butt to put in took all day and lots of tools needed. Very tight spots to tighten bolts. Cutting and welding of exhaust pipe and cat to finish job. Not for beginner mechanic.
Reviewed by Julie D (Olympia, WA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Ranger — Jun 04, 2014 7:27 AM
unlike my previous ones, fitment difficult, thin flanges, cracked welds, lasted 2 years(other brand pacesetter) these jba (2 months since install)were a breeze to install, very stout flanges, appear to be very well built, fitment was perfect.
Reviewed by tony k (WATONGA, OK) Reviewed for a 2009 Dodge Charger — Jun 03, 2014 11:10 PM
installation was easier than i thought it would be. i simply removed the catalytic converters and the existing exhaust manifolds. i was not required to lift the engine or remove anything additional to make it fit. i should probably establish that the whole process took me about 9 hours to complete, however.