The hard-working crew over at BBK has been slaving over drawings, castings, and engine bays in pursuit of finding the best quality and best fitment 2011 Ford Mustang headers. They have finally arrived at the final draft and here they are! These all-new 2011 Mustang GT 5.0 and 2011 Mustang V6 header kits are a complete, direct-fit and tuned setup designed to fit stock applications in order to bolster both power & sound. Typical gains experienced: the 2011 5.0 Mustang are in the range of 14 to 34 rwhp while 2011 Mustang V6 owners can expect a healthy gain of 25hp / 25tq. Keep reading and be sure to check these kits out over at BBKperformance.com.
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It’s a rite of passage these days. Putting Flowmaster mufflers on your Mustang, that is. In today’s market, consumers don’t just have one choice in exhaust products, which gives them the opportunity to make their Mustang sound unique. This can be done by using several different exhaust combos, shorty or full length headers, H or X pipe, using dumps or tail pipes, etc. Well, the owner of our 1995 Mustang GT project car, Jeremy, wanted to make his Mustang sound unique. Not wanting the famous Flowmaster sound, Jeremy has opted to keep the stock mufflers for now. One of the cheapest ways to change the tone of the stock exhaust is replacing the stock , restrictive headers (see fig 1). In a quest for more horsepower, replacing the stock headers is a must, especially for those Stangers with modified motors. Jeremy went out and purchased a set of BBK unequal length shorty headers from Brother’s Performance Outlet.