Hard to install
Reviewed By Cy S (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Chevy Silverado —3/5/2015 8:45 PM
As the title says they are hard to install partly because of weak instructions. My biggest issue with the headers is the y pipe did not fit my stock exhaust. Had to go to exhaust shop for them to put in the stock connector which cost another $60. Good stuff but you'd better have lots of tools, patients, time and an exhaust shop handy to get these in with any ease. That being said Ive noticed good power increase and they make the truck sound perfect with stock catback!
Reviewed By Earl K (DANVILLE, KY) Reviewed for a 2010 Dodge Challenger —12/26/2014 10:02 PM
Nice clean welds, perfect fit, one of my favorite mods so far. Once you get a custom tune/dyno tune you'll pick up 20-30rwhp on average. The deep, thunderous note you get with long tube headers and no cats is something every v8 owner should experience. Buy a set of Mopar gaskets though. Everything else you need is included.