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.
- Stainless steel tubes
- Laser-cut 3/8" flanges
- Oversized exhaust ports
- Extra thick collector domes
- Patented JBA Firecone® Collector (Most V8 applications)
- Factory-style emissions connections (Many CARB-approved systems) Benefits
- Simple installation
- Improved throttle response
- Resists warping and prevents leaks
- Race-proven technology for maximum HP/TQ gains
- Increased flow accommodates cylinder head porting Header Finishes
- Stainless Steel: All JBA Headers are stainless steel for strength and exhaust noise reduction. For street to severe-duty applications.
- Silver Ceramic: Polished silver coating withstands metal temperatures to 1500°F. For street to severe-duty applications.
- Titanium Ceramic: The most durable, this gray finish has a heat range of 1600°F. For extreme-duty applications.
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