JBA shorty headers installed today.
Finally got around to installing my Father's Day present today. JBA silver ceramic coated shorty headers. Took me a fair amount of time to install them taking my time and I did have to have my wife hold a wrench a couple of times so I could tighten the manifold to midpipe connection on the driver side. First impression after a quick test spin is to say the tone with my setup is MAYBE a tad bit deeper, not at all louder than stock manifolds. SOTP dyno doesn't show anything yet. I'll have to get my G-force accelerometer out and or make it to the track to see if it helps my times. At least they look very nice and I lost about 8 pounds each over the stock manifolds up front. Losing 16 pounds over the front end is nice. No pics or vids yet as I'm tired, dirty and my arms and hands are nicely nicked and bruised up after cramming them into tight places in the goat.
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2004 GTO: IBM/Blue A4 (1 of 369)
K&N CAI, JBA shorty headers & catted mids, SLP LM1, Pred. tuner, ported stock TB and MAF ends, Derale trans pan cooler, 180 Tstat, TB coolant bypass, Hankook Ventus V12's, King 0" drop rear springs, drag bags, Monroe Sensa-Trac rear shocks, SLP rear sway bar w/ end link bushings, Lovell's RR bushings, BMR skidplate, tow brace delete kit, DEPO black tail lamps, SCSS pod w/Aeroforce gauge
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