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Factory Spec: 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine - 390 horsepower, 407 lb-ft of torque.


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Old 11-07-2011, 08:37 PM
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JBA ceramic titanium shorty headers and a super chip. plus i dont have a pic but i have a AEM Brute Force CAI and Custom True Dual Exhaust.









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Very nice mods. U got a tuner though not a chip. Very different things. How long was the install on the headers?
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sorry meant it more as Superchip** lol. i had about 4 hours in the install. once i took the wheel liners out and the tires it was very easy to access. i just bolted them and the new collectors up and bumped them up tight to the tube off the cats. then i put a little flex pipe and four clamps up till i could get it to a welding shop the next day. i should mention i did it all on a lift. that made life a lot better.
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i bet. very nice and thanks for the pics, what made u get these instead of longtubes?
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very nice mod combo...that should awaken the beast...
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i bet. very nice and thanks for the pics, what made u get these instead of longtubes?
Well to be honest it wasny a planned mod. I saw them on craigslist for 150. New. When I looked up the part number they were the highest model bc they were ceramic coated and titanium. The cheapest place I could find them was near a 1000 bucks. So i hated to pass that deal up.
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Thats an awsome deal for the headers!! Just as good as the SRT hood for my go-cart!!
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Man, I love them JBA headers. They fit so well. So how come you didn't use Stage 8 fasteners?
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I looked in to them and if i have a issue i will switch to them. but i figured id give JBAs bolts a try.
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Probably just as well, since they are already on there.

I've used those fasteners for a lot of applications and they are awesome.

So if you have a problem, re-check your torque on those and if they loosen up again, you can count on it being a chronic issue, which is the time to move on up.
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