2011-14 Ford Mustang V6 Long Tube Headers

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    Part # Description Price Qty    
 
  1642

2011-14 Mustang V6 1-3/4" Long Tube Headers - CHROME

$469.99  
  16420

2011-14 Mustang V6 1-3/4" Long Tube Headers - SILVER CERAMIC

$599.99  
  1461

11-14 Only Matching 2-3/4" High Flow Short Mid X Pipe - w/ Converters

$449.99  
  1462

11-14 Only Matching 2-3/4" High Flow Short Mid X Pipe - Off Road Race Only Not Street Legal

$169.99  
    1411

2011-16 Mustang V6 3.7L Premium Exhaust Header Gasket Set (2)

$29.99  

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Mustang V6 Full Length long tube exhaust Headers & High Flow Short Mid X Pipe From BBK.

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Ford Mustang 3.7L V6 BBK 1-3/4” Full Length long tube exhaust Headers and high flow 2-3/4” X pipe. (available separately)

BBK R&D department developed these headers with one thing in mind: Getting even more horsepower and torque out of the all new 2011-14 V6 Mustang that is already putting out nearly twice the horsepower of its V6 predecessor!

This all new rugged BBK header design is constructed with 1-3/4” CNC Mandrel-Bent tubing and solid 3/8” laser cut exhaust flanges.

Initial testing on our 6 speed manual trans V6 pony showed gains of around 10+ horsepower & 5ft lbs torque with the high flow catted X pipe.

All 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Ford Mustang 3.7L V6 Full Length long tube exhaust headers include a set of new gaskets, required hardware and detailed installation instructions for installation

Use Short 2-3/4" Mid X Pipes to Complete Installation:

Part#-1461 - Fits 11-14 Only - 2-3/4" Short Mid X Pipe w/Converters.

Part#-1462 - Fits 11-14 Only - 2-3/4" Short Mid X Pipe Off Road.

VERY IMPORTANT PLEASE READ - Check engine lights & Codes P0420 / P0430 (Showing Converters Are Bad) may occur on some vehicles with long tube headers and high flow mid pipes due to the fact that the factory computer is measuring the temps for the converter. When a converter or O2 Sensor is re-located further back as it is with long tube exhaust headers a check engine light appears because it takes the new converter longer to heat up. It is Not a physical issue with the headers or cats or O2 sensors (codes people are getting) and not a physical drive ability problem. It can be eliminated with a vehicle tune.