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post #16 of 39 (permalink) Old 02-14-2011, 06:51 PM

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On 8/8 I had a set of Kooks long tube headers w/ X-pipe installed. I had previously done the Brenspeed 93 tune so the first run was with the tune and the second run after adding the headers. I don't know one dyno from another so to see what kind of dyno was used check out www.redline-motorsports.net/services. The final numbers were 324.4 torque and 308 HP.
wow are those the only mods done to the B.

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Very nice numbers.Kooks long tubes a real seat of the pants mod.Way to go.
Rick, I know this is an old string, but I've been looking at getting headers from my 2009 Bullitt with the vortech v3 si Ho. Talked to Brenspeed today. They tell me that just a non catted h or x pipe doesn't do much and neither do the shorty headers. So I'm looking at long tubes which I'm told will add a good 20 rwhp. I know your blower is bigger than the v3, but I would really like your opinion on the pros and cons. Did they ad a real lot of noise? Any one else, I would appreciate your input as well. Thanks, guys.

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Rick, I know this is an old string, but I've been looking at getting headers from my 2009 Bullitt with the vortech v3 si Ho. Talked to Brenspeed today. They tell me that just a non catted h or x pipe doesn't do much and neither do the shorty headers. So I'm looking at long tubes which I'm told will add a good 20 rwhp. I know your blower is bigger than the v3, but I would really like your opinion on the pros and cons. Did they ad a real lot of noise? Any one else, I would appreciate your input as well. Thanks, guys.
Hi Bob,

Let me mention something to you.
LT (Long Tube) headers can be a {MAJOR-Pain} if you have to go through Fed. Emissions.
And I don't care what you are told just take my word for it that I know what I am saying as it is a "Fact".

Honestly if you are not going to Drag-Race your Bullitt, (Frequently) skip the Headers !!!


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Terry, I REALLY appreciate your input. I was going back and forth on whether to do it or not. You just helped me decide.

I was thinking back to when I had the 1970 Roadrunner with headers on the 383. They leaked, were kinda noisy, etc. The absolute best header ever in opinion were those 427 ford cast iron ones. They exited where regular headers exited and were awesome sounding with my hand made H pipe and magnaflows. In the cabin you would never know that there were headers on the car. They go for like $1,500 a pair these days. Bought mine for $75 loooong ago. Boy did that car have torque. Long ago and far, far away. Thanks again.

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Terry, I REALLY appreciate your input. I was going back and forth on whether to do it or not. You just helped me decide.

I was thinking back to when I had the 1970 Roadrunner with headers on the 383. They leaked, were kinda noisy, etc. The absolute best header ever in opinion were those 427 ford cast iron ones. They exited where regular headers exited and were awesome sounding with my hand made H pipe and magnaflows. In the cabin you would never know that there were headers on the car. They go for like $1,500 a pair these days. Bought mine for $75 loooong ago. Boy did that car have torque. Long ago and far, far away. Thanks again.
Bob,

I always was in Serious Lust for a 426 Hemi Roadrunner !!!

I was in my very early 20's and right out of the Army from Viet-Nam.

Just did not have that sort of income back then.


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The LT's are good for at least 20hp and 20ft. tq. on a stock motor. I would think with a blower your power gains would be substantially more.
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Doesn't brenspeed have to reprogram their programmer for adding headers?


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Doesn't brenspeed have to reprogram their programmer for adding headers?
Nope not really ...........


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Well that opens a new door. Thank you tiger.i trust and hope all is well, and happy holidays!


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Agree with Terry. No tune needed. Also, no problem with my headers at all. No leaks, just louder. Did add torque and more power for sure!

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Well that opens a new door. Thank you tiger.i trust and hope all is well, and happy holidays!
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Agree with Terry. No tune needed. Also, no problem with my headers at all. No leaks, just louder. Did add torque and more power for sure!
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The only draw back to having long tube headers is that you can't use the stock mid-pipe. I love my kooks headers and I like the performance benefits .

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Nelson which headers are you using and we're u able to use your h pipe unlike black fink?


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So I have a dumb question.... Where do the cats get located after you install the long tubes? From what I've seen while under the car, the cats are located in front of the firewall. Do they get located underneath the car now? How does that work w/ a lowered car? Speed bumps are not friendly around here...

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