Unleash the hidden horsepower, torque and throttle response that's simmering under your hood. JBA Headers are mandrel-bent for maximum flow and smog-legal in all 50 states. Firecone collector for greater output. Dyno proven 10-25hp gains. 1-year warranty.
Toss those rusty, restrictive, stock parts and increase performance and engine life with Gibson's custom headers. Enthusiasts and industry experts alike all agree that Gibson headers are the most cost-effective performance exhaust headers on the market. Lifetime Warranty.
Quality off-road long-tube headers at an affordable price—impossible? Not any more—go for PaceSetter’s Quik-Trip Long Tube Headers. These bad boys deliver roaring horsepower and torque, they seal tight, are made in the USA and carry a 3-year warranty.
PaceSetter Headers are built to bolster the performance, efficiency, sound and under-the-hood style of your vehicle. PaceSetter takes mandrel-bent tubing and finishes it with exclusive Armor*Coating to put the quality in these headers. And, standing behind the PaceSetter stallion logo is a 3-year warranty.
Rev up your rig’s exhaust flow up to 50% with the aFe BladeRunner Exhaust Manifold. Designed to directly replace your factory manifold, this exhaust header sports a .25” flange, one-piece construction and two EGR probe ports. Built from either ductile iron or 304 stainless. 2-year warranty.
Making your truck or SUV gallop ahead of the team is what smog-legal PaceSetter Shorty Headers are all about. Specialized engineering, quality steel and durable coatings help PaceSetter performance headers bring power, efficiency and sound. PaceSetter exhaust headers carry a 3-year warranty.
Not sure which 1998 Dodge Ram Exhaust Headers & Manifolds are right for you? We have over 918 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"Performance showed and immediate increase in torque and horse power. The sound is quite pleasing w/ existing Flowmaster exhaust. With the tuned headers, the cylinder beats are more separate. It's too early to judge efficiency (gas MPG), but that depends, I'm sure, on how it is driven.
Removing the OE manifold was easy, but bolting on the new headers was made difficult only because bolt access was severly limited. Fit was very nearly perfect. It bolted right in except for previously mentioned limited bolt access. If I had to do it over, I would." —Thomas H R from Henderson, NV bought a Gibson Exhaust Performance Header for a 1998 Dodge Ram, R/T, 5.9L V8.