If you are looking for a high quality set of headers to fit your 1993, 1994 or 1995 Lightning look no further than this set from Bassani. They feature 1 5/8" mandrel bent tubing and a high quality ceramic finish to not only keep underhood temperatures low, but to also look great for the life of your pickup.
Bassani - The Sound of Power
Bassani has been recognized as a leader in specialized exhaust components for more than 30 years. Their performance history dates back to 1969 when they began designing exhaust systems for motorcycles. Bassani designs, tests, and manufactures the ultimate in high performance exhaust systems. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get your Mustang outfitted with Bassani performance headers, x-pipes, mufflers, and complete stainless steel exhaust systems!
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