Improve the performance of your 1994-1995 Mustang GT or Cobra with these PaceSetter headers. Manufactured from mandrel-bent, mild steel tubing, they feature thick steel flanges that are surface-ground for a leakproof seal. PaceSetter headers are available in your choice of a standard black painted finish or PaceSetter's exclusive ARMORCoat--a polished, high-temperature ceramic coating. Most PaceSetter headers come with hardware and gaskets, and illustrated instructions are included with all sets.
-CNC Machined 3/8" steel flanges
-Mandrel-bent 16 gauge primaries provide optimum flow
-One piece design for easier installation.
-Comes complete with gaskets and hardware needed for installation.
* * * NOTE: These headers will work with both Manual & Automatic applications* * *
Video: Mustang Headers: Shorty Vs Long-Tube - Which Is Best For You?
Published on 2014-02-04
Are you on the fence about the age old questions of shorty headers vs long tube headers -- which do you need? Let us help you put some of the myths to bed and help you make an educated decision when it comes to selecting shorty and long-tube headers! In this video Jmac will show you some of the pros and cons of both style exhaust manifolds.
Here at LatemodelRestoration.com we have a wide selection of Shorty and Long Tube Headers for all years, makes and special edition Mustangs. This includes Fox Body, SN-95, New Edge & S197 Mustangs. You can count on us to be one of the first to carry aftermarket performance headers for the new 2015+ Mustangs as these new S550 platforms start hitting the streets.
We also carry a wide selection of engine swap headers that help you swap out our current motor for a 351W based engine or the very powerful 5.0L Coyote motor.
Click on the link at the top to see our full selection of Mustang headers options!
You're going to have a decision to make when it comes to selecting a new set of headers for your Mustang-- shorties or long tubes. Well, I'm going to go ahead and put it out there, before we get into the differences, that long tubes do make more power and torque versus a shorty header. So why would anybody ever purchase a shorty header? There's actually several reasons.
We all know that factory manifolds are restrictive and not the best for making power. Shorty headers do remove most of the restrictions and add in larger diameter tubing. That way, you get the extra exhaust flow, which is going to give you your more power.
Shorty headers also offer a lower price point compared to long tube headers, and they're a direct replacement design, meaning they'll bolt directly to your factory cylinder head and to your existing mid pipe; you don't have to change that out. Also, another big plus is you'll have plenty of working room later, down the road, when it comes time to service your Mustang, be it a simple starter replacement or a complete clutch job.
If you're the type of person that likes to eke out every last horsepower from your Mustang, then you need to look at the long tube header design. The downsides to the long tube header revolve around the fact that they take up more space, meaning there's less room to work later down the road when it comes time to service your Mustang. This could make a simple starter swap a lot more compact, and it sometimes even requires that you loosen or completely remove a long tube header to service your transmission or clutch.
Luckily, the majority of long tube headers available today will fit your Mustang without any major modifications, meaning you're not going to have to beat up your frame rails or floor pan to get them to clear. Long tube headers allow the exiting exhaust poles to help pull in the incoming air fuel charge, also known as the scavenging effect. This is where the majority of their added power and torque come from. Regardless of the header design you choose, latemodelrestoration.com is your choice for Mustang exhaust upgrades.
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Pacesetter - Performance Products
When it comes to aftermarket exhaust systems, Pacesetter is a leader in the industry! They offer a full line of performance long tube headers, shorty headers, x pipes, h-pipes, and other exhaust kits to give you the most power for your Mustang. Their headers come in a variety of finishes including black, chrome, ceramic, and armor coat to offer plenty of choices for your 1994-2014 Mustang or 1993-2004 Lightning. Shop LatemodelRestoration for a great selection of Pacesetter exhaust parts to give your vehicle more power and performance!
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