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    Factory-made exhaust manifolds deliver factory-made performance-but that's not good enough, is it? So, bolt on some gnarly aftermarket power, sound and style with Stainless Works Headers. Designed to reduce weight and backpressure, and to increase horsepower, torque and throttle response, Stainless Works headers let your engine run wild!

    By eliminating heavy, restrictive OEM exhaust manifolds, Stainless Works Headers deliver the free-flowing performance you hear and feel. And better yet, your competition feels it, too. With the massive performance boost provided by Stainless Works, your ride is instantly hell-bent for the checkered flag.

    Crafted from T304 stainless steel (the best material for performance headers), Stainless Works headers are CNC designed and built to exacting standards, which makes for a straightforward installation. So instead of wrestling under your hood all weekend, you're out rocking the neighborhood in no time. And best yet, Stainless Works backs your performance headers with a limited Lifetime Warranty.

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    26 Customer Reviews

    Stainless Works Headers

    Reviewed by George G (PALMYRA, VA) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 — Apr 22, 2017 8:44 AM

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    Well easy to install it is not. Not because of the headers just the nature of the beast. Installed the high flow cats and performance exhaust as well. A lot of work in the driveway but well worth it. all the factory hangers points worked great with the supplied hardware. Sounds awesome and added a big kick.

    2015 392 Shaker Challenger

    Reviewed by Roody T (MIRAMAR, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Challenger — Dec 21, 2016 11:40 AM

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    Happy with my order and purchase. I was on the fence between Stainless works and another brand, but these headers are high quality. In relation to power, it is a very noticeable gain and I have not tuned my car yet (it feels like I am on Track mode at the default setting). The sound is great, nice rumble, not loud at all until I go WOT lol. On another note I did notice that my gas mileage improved by up to 3mpg. So I am very pleased with my Stainless works long tube and i got high flow mid pipes

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    Reviewed by Reggie H (Arlington, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Dodge Challenger — Dec 07, 2016 8:36 PM

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    Stainless works makes great products and these headers bring out a whole new tone. My hellcat is already loud with a custom exhaust and you add these headers OBNOXIOUSLY LOUD and I love it..the extra HP makes the hellcat even faster..great product!!

    Chevy II long tube headers.

    Reviewed by Justin E (Yuma, AZ) Reviewed for a 1963 Chevy Chevy II — Apr 07, 2016 9:29 AM

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    63 Chevy II, Chassisworks clip, LS1, T56 tranny. I did not use the supplied motor mount adapter plates. The quality seemed good. I did spend a little time to deburr the holes and used a file to break the sharp edges. On my car the fit was good with the exception of the driver side O2 sensor. It would not work in the spot designated for it as it interfered with my stock floor pan. I ended up putting a plug in the bung and welding a new bung just downstream of the header. Satisfied overall.

    Awesome...

    Reviewed by Donald M (CASSELBERRY, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Camaro — Mar 13, 2016 6:52 AM

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    These headers are well worth the price. A word of advice. It is 95% certain that your check engine light will come on. This can be easily rectified with a simple flash tune. The O2 levels get out of wack which causes this. You probably should tune it anyway in order to get the full performance benefit of the headers.