What is better long tube vs shorty headers?
Shorty headers aren’t as loud as long tube headers, although they’ll definitely have better sound than your stock manifold. You can choose unequal length headers for better sound, but equal length is the way to go for consistent gains in performance.
Are shorty headers better than manifolds?
Shorty headers do have a place in the line-up. In our second test with the mandrel-bent pipes they posted 1 hp better than the RARE manifolds and 3 better than the Performance Years pieces. They are much lighter than the manifolds and will provide some sparkle under the hood with HTC coating.
Which is the best header for a 5.3 liter engine?
Speed Engineering’s masterpiece is the Longtube Headers 1999-06 product, which is compatible for 4.8, 5.3 and 6.0 liters engines as well. The product is made using mandrel bent tubing, which comes with CNC machined flanges.
Which is the best header for a Silverado?
Hello guys, today I will be showing you the best performance header for your vehicle in 2020. 1. Silverado & Sierra 1 ¾ inch Longtube Headers 2. Chevy Avalanche Silverado Sierra Tahoe Headers 3. Silverado & Sierra 1 ¾ inch Longtube Headers & Y Pipe 4. Blackhorse-Racing Stainless Steel Exhaust 5. DNA Motoring’s HDSCA074853L
Are there 5.3 Chevy headers for the LS series?
Compatible with all GM Chevy LS Series Engines LSX LS1 LS3 LS2 LQ4 LS6 LQ9 5.3L 6.0L 6.2L Hardened SS 304 (18-8) Bolts . . . Only 2 left in stock – order soon.
What kind of headers do you need for a V8 truck?
A set of aftermarket headers and its appropriately matched exhaust system are one of the easiest and most popular means to gaining the power so many of us are searching for. The JBA headers for our 2008 Chevy 5.3-liter V8 truck were metallic ceramic coated stainless steel, and had 3/8-inch flanges with sealing beads.