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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 breathe 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.

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    JBA(Shorty) Headers

    Reviewed by shaun r (Honolulu, HI) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Challenger — Jul 06, 2017 4:45 PM

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    Good looking parts, well made, on time, good value. Being in Hawaii ,as with most things, cost me to install ($840.00) Tight squeeze on passenger side install making contact with firewall causing a crazy vibration felt through the car when driving. Installation mistake not JBA's. Definitely do notice a bit more power when I hit the pedal & happy with the improved sound. Would buy again. Just gotta research who I seek for installation.

    JBA headers !

    Reviewed by Charles B (PARK HILLS, MO) Reviewed for a 1990 Chevy C/K 2500 — May 18, 2017 6:00 PM

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    Well bought these headers and ya hear horror stores about fit and leakage so the mechanic who put them on said he didn't have no problems everything went smooth and fit properly lol my fuel mileage did go up a mile a gallon and it feels like I have more power but maybe it's just me thinking I have more power lol ! I think JBA header are built very well and U will be happy with them without breaking the bank !

    My first set of headers

    Reviewed by Cris P (Lexington, NC) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford F-250 — May 13, 2017 4:53 AM

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    I am doing a top end job on a 96 F250. Turns out one of the exhaust manifolds was cracked so I scrapped the set and decided to go with these headers. Good choice, these headers bolted right up and mated perfectly to the existing Y pipe. I haven't completed the build yet but I am looking forward to running them.

    Nice product

    Reviewed by steve s (columbia, SC) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Tahoe — May 12, 2017 10:49 AM

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    Great sound and performance

    Shop around for something better...

    Reviewed by Kyle R (AVENUE, MD) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Ram — May 11, 2017 10:22 AM

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    Some good and bad things about jba headers. Performance wise, definitely gave a boost in sound and power, they have a good design. Some welds are sloppy, and they dont do a good job grinding down the welds where the primary tubes meet the head flange. It's also impossible to get a socket on a third of the bolts because of the tight proximity of the primary tubes. You'll need an assortment of wrenches in 3/8 to tighten some down and try not to over torque them. Also, get some better gaskets too.