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post #1 of 23 Old 11-21-2012, 05:58 PM Thread Starter
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What headers would give me the most hp

What is the diffrenece between long tubes an shortys whats the diff. In porformance and in sound ? Cant decide on wich one set to purchase please help me on this supject dont want to buy an upgrade that dosent do nothing! Thanks alot
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What is the diffrenece between long tubes an shortys whats the diff. In porformance and in sound ? Cant decide on wich one set to purchase please help me on this supject dont want to buy an upgrade that dosent do nothing! Thanks alot
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Bassani is prolly the best shorty headers you can get & actually make power, Long tubes there is a few different brands that are good if it were me I would go with billy boat long tubes but that's just me!

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As to Headers, Shorties are for Bling.... If you want HP then go with Long Tubes...

I have Mopar LTs on the Wolf for two reasons... 1st, I have a Lifetime Warranty on the Wolf and by going Mopar and having my local dealer install them I did not void the warranty. 2nd, I got them at an insane LOW price from a Forum Member....

If I were to do them over I would without a doubt go with the Belangers that Tony sells.

They lay close to the engine and do not require cutting the Inner Wheel Liners as the Mopar do. They are also 3" instead of the Mopar 2 1/2" and will take extra HP if you ever decide to do any serious mods to the engine.

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Go with the Belangers. I have the Gibsons...and I wish I would've just did it right the first time and went with a good LT Header.

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So no gains from Gibson
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So no gains from Gibson
From what I have seen there are no substantial gains, more for looks, Maybe someone who has them can chime in.



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gibsons primarys are too small to make any decent hp


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Gibsons, don't give any extra significant power like the LT headers do. Small increase in torque, but thats it. In my opinion they don't even look good. When I have the hood opened, I get a lot of "those headers have small tubes" And which is right. They have the smallest tubing in the headers for our trucks. I ended up deleting my cats just to TRY and make up for what the LT would give...and its still not there. They will add some noise if you're looking for that aftermarket sound...but I wish I would have spent the $$$$ and gone LT's.

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Tony has some different header options on his website...should check it out!

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