JBA Shorty Headers for Dodge, Chrysler, and Jeep are significantly less restrictive than stock manifolds and greatly increase an engine's power and efficiency. Most shorty headers are 50-state smog legal yet still yield the gains enthusiasts want. Durable stainless steel construction can survive the abuse of daily driving, towing & racing. With patented technology like JBA's Firecone® Collector, these shorty headers have the capacity to produce more power than any others on the market. High-quality installation hardware included.
What Are The Top JBA Mopar Shorty Headers?
The most popular JBA Mopar shorty headers include the following applications:
How Much Do JBA Mopar Shorty Headers Cost?
JBA Mopar shorty headers start around $350 for 2002-2008 Dodge Ram trucks with the 3.7-liter engine with stainless steel tubing and reach just under $1000 for a 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 4WD pickup with the 5.7-liter Hemi engine with titanium ceramic coating and with a Y-pipe. Prices range depending on the application, finish, and included components.
What Are The Main Benefits of JBA Mopar Shorty Headers?
JBA Mopar shorty headers are less restrictive than factory exhaust manifolds, improving both horsepower and torque. They are also available in stainless steel and with either silver or titanium ceramic coating, which helps reduce underhood temperatures and provides a long service life.
How To Install JBA Mopar Shorty Headers
Depending on the engine and chassis, the steps on installing JBA Mopar shorty headers can differ. In most cases, the first step is removing the original exhaust manifolds and Y-pipe (if replacement is included in the kit). Next, the new headers are bolted to the engine using header bolts with header gaskets. The end of the header attaches to either the factory Y-pipe, or one provided by JBA. After double-checking all connections, the engine can be started. Once no exhaust leaks are found, the vehicle can be driven.
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