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Old 07-08-2007, 08:32 PM   #1  
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Ok guys i have the money for LongTube headers and a mid pipe. I've been looking at the JBA LT's with their o/r H pipe. on ebay a seller is selling the headers for 615.00 but you can add "ceramic" or "titanium" coating for an extra $200 is that worth it? anything will help, thanks!

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Ok guys i have the money for LongTube headers and a mid pipe. I've been looking at the JBA LT's with their o/r H pipe. on ebay a seller is selling the headers for 615.00 but you can add "ceramic" or "titanium" coating for an extra $200 is that worth it? anything will help, thanks!

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/JBA-0...spagenameZWDVW
The JBAs have been around for a while and a good choice. I'm looking at these myself but am likely to go with coated to help with heat dissapation.
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where do you plan on purchasing yours jwgroovin? also do you know how much install would cost?
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dont forget, with jba headers you also need to pruchase new motor mounts to prevent them from hitting your steering colum. and jbas are also a cheaper grade of steel and will not last as long as others such as dynatech, kooks, ARH which imo are the best headers you can buy. i have kooks and had no problems with them hitting the colum, but just recently had new motor mounts installed to keep the engine from moving when I shift at WOT
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new motor mounts hmm...haven't heard of doing that with JBA
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Ceramic coated, without a doubt! SLP long tubes do not require modified motor mounts. They are great sounding headers!
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