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BBK Performance Exhaust Headers Part #14420 Customer Reviews
17 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jeff O (Puyallup, WA) Reviewed for a 2016 Mazda CX-5 — Jan 02, 2016 12:57 PM
Better low end torque, better sound, and they look great. Takes about 4 hours to install. You'll need jack stands, stock manifolds come off with deep well 1/2" socket and collectors need 15mm deep well. To install headers you'll want a flex head ratcheting 1/2 inch wrench and a 17mm deep well socket for new collector nuts. I also used a jack under the H pipe to keep it in place.
Reviewed by Jorge H (EL PASO, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Mustang — May 07, 2015 12:41 AM
They were a real pain to install, it took 3 people about 4-5 hours. Halfway into it we notice one header had a hole. I absolutely knew I didn't want to remove them and send them back after 2 hours of work so I just left them and finished. I ended up taking my car to a muffler shop where they just barely touched it with a welding machine and it was good. Not sure how they come manufactured with a whole but other than that happy with the final product
Reviewed by Greg P (GILBERT, AZ) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — May 05, 2015 7:57 PM
The headers fit perfectly and look good on the car. It is a fairly straight forward installation, but requires some patience and a universal joint socket adapter is helpful for collector bolt installation. Only issue is the supplied lock washers were SAE and did not fit, so I purchased metric type from a hardware store. The headers look to be much better flowing than the stock exhaust manifolds and although I do not have ¼ mile times or dyno runs to prove it, the car does seem to pull harder.
Reviewed by Joel S (Dickinson, TX) — Jan 28, 2015 2:23 PM
Instal was not that bad. Recommend a lift or pay the price of 4 to 6 hours on and under the car. Nicer bolts would've been better. Had to put stock ones, not nice looking with new shiny headers.
Reviewed by Tobey U (FRANKLIN, IN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang — Nov 15, 2014 6:13 AM
First, this will not change the sound coming out the back. However, after a week or two, they seem to "break in" and there is a nice deep growl from up front (especially when you get on it!). Second, they do give more torque. I can light my tires up pretty much at will and there is certainly more get up and go. Again, don't go in thinking it will turn a V6 into a V8, but I guarantee they will think twice at the light!
Reviewed by Thomas L (NORTH READING, MA) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Mustang — Jun 29, 2014 4:48 AM
Although the instructions warn about the lower rear leaving the passenger side loss until accessing the lower rear nut,access to turn the nut was still a problem. Had the layout of the pipes allowed about another 1/8" from the end of the engine stud and the header pipe, I would not have had to devise my own special tool.
Reviewed by Robert P (SAINT JOHNS, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Dodge Ram — Jun 16, 2014 8:18 AM
I like the difference it made to the sound. I didn't change out the mid pipes because i didn't want it to be too loud. Already had Steeda CAI and Flowmaster axleback. I think I made the right decision. Created a nice mellow,throaty tone and it added a little bit of gurgle and pop without being obnoxiously loud. Also added a BBK throttle body. the combo, along with custom tune, gave a nice boost to performance.
Reviewed by David A (SAN DIEGO, CA) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Mustang — May 27, 2014 10:54 AM
After getting these bad boys installed I immediately noticed an improvement in sound and performance...you can feel the power increase throughout the power band. You will have to remove the starter to get the last bolt on and it is a pain. Other than that the install wasn't bad and I definitely recommend them...they look real nice in place of the manifolds and I would also recommend you get the ceramic coated ones over the chrome as it keeps the temps down in the engine and is worth the price.
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