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I thought about installing these while saving for lt's but i can put 800 more with it and have lt's!
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Yeh i would go with those JBA's they look good sound good and are much closer to your price range unless you are set on long tubes.
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Yeh i would go with those JBA's they look good sound good and are much closer to your price range unless you are set on long tubes.
I'm still on the fence about it, guess i'll start saving, who knows if i go with the JBA's then i'll have money for other mods, if i got LT's I wont be doing many mods for awhile!

I hear that these shorty's are only gain the most at top end while lt's would be good the whole power band. Can't find a dyno sheet on the JBA's
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I'm still on the fence about it, guess i'll start saving, who knows if i go with the JBA's then i'll have money for other mods, if i got LT's I wont be doing many mods for awhile!

I hear that these shorty's are only gain the most at top end while lt's would be good the whole power band. Can't find a dyno sheet on the JBA's
I would think that the shorties would yeild more low end torque and the LT's would give much more top end power thats what i noticed with my LT's anyways.
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Haha whoops I just re-read what I typed yeah I had that backwards. Does any1 know where i might find a dyno sheet from jba? May have to email them! this is all i can find and it's for an '03 5.7l
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Just called JBA and he said they have no dyno numbers as of yet but he est. 10-15 rwhp. interesting

Also another important question, what does MDS sound like with the American Racing LT Headers and also the JBA cat4ward headers??!?!?!
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Like the old saying goes you get what you pay for and ARH is by far the best choice in my opinion. You just can beat stainless steel and btw i didnt pay 1500 it was about 1394 which is still up there but not 1500.
Hey I saw your vid of the driving and it sounds like annoyingly loud, is it just because the headers? did you have the cat and all that still installed?
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Hey I saw your vid of the driving and it sounds like annoyingly loud, is it just because the headers? did you have the cat and all that still installed?
Yeh that driving vid is all staight pipe no cats i now have 24 inch magnaflow to help keep it nice an quiet. And an E-Cutout when i want it loud.
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