Yes those will work. Not a fun do-it-yourself install though.
I'm aware of no configuration differences for headers.the problem is i asked this Question because they told me there is a diff in automatic headers and standard ones!! for example what does that mean?
Kooks: Mustang 05-08 Automatic Headers & Mid Pipe, 4.6L 3V, 1 5/8" X 2 1/2", With Catted H-Pipe And 12" Long O2 Ext. Harness
Go for it. I did mine on jack stands. you will need to remove the batt, starter, and disconnect the steering shaft from the rack. I replaced the motot mounts at that time. So you will have to disconnect the motor one side at a time. Oh yea I did remove the MM adapter plate on the block too. With the hood up you don't have to worry about any intake problems. Good luckI have been contemplating doing the headers myself also. I have heard of different ways. Like removing the front suspension. I have heard of lifting the motor up and removing the intake. No matter how you do it is going to be fun.
What took you so long. 2 day I could have the motor in and out and rebuilt.:hihi::nogrinner:shiny::laugh::bigthumbsup:wavey:shigrinMy dad and I did mine, it took two days in the garage and we had a car lift.
What took you so long. 2 day I could have the motor in and out and rebuilt.:hihi::nogrinner:shiny::laugh::bigthumbsup:wavey:shigrin
Just kidding Great Job. I wish I had a lift to do mine. I had to do them on jack stands.
How did it sound with open headers? I thought about it but I had to much else to finish up. I did the headers, motor mounts and the CMDPs and had to load the tune I had for all that. So I had to have it done and back on the ground to load it and start.Well, next time I'll just call you. Go go gadget buildmotorbot. :scratchchin:happydance:
You have my respect for doing it on jackstands. But being able to stand up and reach for parts has it's limits too. :gringreen:shigrin
I forgot to tighten down the top bolts on the exhaust manifold and ended up smoking the gasket since I just HAD to hear it start up while open header. :nono:
That was a bad project for 6 days at home in the States.