We all know the benefits of headers. The improved flow of exhaust that larger, specially tuned pipes offer almost always translates into more horses.
That’s what the research and development team at BBK have been pursuing for the 2011 Ford Mustang line. Looks like they’ve caught it.
New numbers for the company’s direct-fit, tuned-length headers show horsepower gains across the board. The R&D team at BBK recently announced the introduction of their all new line of performance exhaust products for the hot new 2011 Mustang 5.0 GT and V6 models.
For GT owners BBK offers a direct fit tuned-length 1-3/4” header system, a direct-fit 2-3/4" after cat x-pipe as well as 1-3/4" full-length headers and matching high-flow x-pipes.
Typical horsepower gains are 14-34 rear wheel horsepower on otherwise stock GT models. For V6 owners a new full-length header system with matching x-pipe is available that initial testing shows will be good for up to 25hp and 25ft lbs of torque.
For more information check-out www.bbkperformance.com.
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