1 3/4" Primaries Stepped to 1 7/8" and finish with 3" Collectors
Includes Off Road X-Pipe
Fits 5.0L Coyote With Manual Transmission
What's in the Box
(2) Stainless Long Tube Headers
(1) Off Road X-Pipe
(1) O2 Extension Harness
(1) Pair Of Header Gaskets
All Needed Hardware
Upgrade the performance of your 11-14 MUSTANG GT 5.0L COYOTE with the PYPES STAINLESS STEEL LONG TUBE HEADERS WITH OFF ROAD X-PIPE KIT. These "Tube Step Technology" Stepped headers increase exhaust gas scavenging & netted 45hp and 19tq to the wheels! They are Constructed of mandrel bent 304 stainless steel the primary tubes start off at 1 3/4 and then step to 1 7/8 and finish with a 3" ball socket collector for excellent sealing. This kit includes a full 3" 409 stainless steel off-road x-pipe & all the hardware to install the kit.
Video: Pypes 11-14 Mustang Long Tube Headers & X Pipe (5.0L Coyote)
Published on 2013-10-22
2011-14 MUSTANG PYPES GT 5.0 COYOTE LONG TUBE STAINLESS HEADERS W/X PIPE Part# PYP-HDR76SK2 Fits: Ford Mustang GT & Boss 302 with Manual Transmissions Years: 2011 (11) - 2012 (12) - 2013 (13) - 2014 (14)
These stainless steel long tube headers from Pypes are a guaranteed way to improve exhaust flow. This results in big increases in dyno proven horsepower! They feature mandrel bent 1 3/4" primaries stepped to 1 7/8" tubing and 3" collectors. This kit includes off road (o/r) x pipe to further improve your exhaust flow. It also includes O2 extension harnesses, header gaskets and all needed hardware.
Add serious horsepower and free up your Mustang Exhaust system with Pypes long tube headers for 11-14 Coyote Powered Mustangs with manual transmissions! Don't forget to finish off your S197 Mustang exhaust with one of our many axle back exhaust kits:
If you're looking for more performance out of your Coyote-powered 2011 to '14 Mustang, you need to check out these long tube headers from Pypes Performance Exhaust. They're constructed from stainless steel and feature a 1 and 3/4-inch to 1 and 7/8-inch step tube design. They have 3-inch ball and socket style collectors, and every kit includes the matching 3-inch stainless steel X-pipe, all your needed hardware and gaskets, even a set of O2 extensions. These headers do require a tune, and after your Mustang has that tune, you can expect up to 45 horsepower and 19 foot-pounds of torque. Pick yours up at latemodelrestoration.com.
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.
Do I need to heat wrap these headers ? I know with ceramic and polished ones you don't but the natural ones you do I don't know what there are Asked by Connor M. from westbury | Comment00
Best Answer: You do not have to, but it would benefit on lowering the under hood heat. Answered by Jay W.from waco | Comment00
I would have to agree with the heat wrap, however there are a lot of places to have them ceramic coated for about the same price and the ceramic coatings look great under the hood, not so with the heat wrap
Answered by Clayton B. from Honea Path | Comment00
Good product, good fit, good sound - watch out for rattle
Nathan B. on
My brother and I did this install using a lift in my dad's garage. It took us about 11 hours. I could do it much faster now that I've done it once...it really was not that hard once you figured it out.
I do NOT recommend trying this without a lift. The headers are a very tight fit and difficult to maneuver in to place. We had to raise the engine up a few inches just to get it in place (another reason the lift came in handy). The bolts are difficult to reach and loosen. There are 8 on each side. 4 on top, 4 on bottom. The front 3 on top had to be loosened from above and the rest from below.
Did not have any problems fitting the headers to my manifold/engine and did not have any problems fitting the x-pipe to my magnaflow comp. catback exhaust. The sound is phenomenal with a Jon Lund ghost cam engine tune. The power has noticeably increased where it was needed most- in the higher gears. The car pulls harder from 60-80 and beyond. Although, since it is winter time I have not had a full opportunity to let it rip at higher speeds.
The only negatives i can say about this product is it doesn't come with clamps. The stock clamps just didn't fit it so I had to run to the store to buy different ones. Also, there is an annoying rattle where the headers or x-pipe (can't tell which yet) are either tapping against the body or the steering column. Many have reported they are forced to put a dent in the header near the steering column to avoid the rattle. I think my rattle may be coming from the bracket connecting the header and x-pipe on driver side. If so, it will be an easy fix.
If it is from the steering column I will have to shimmy up my engine by adding washers under the engine mount on both sides or I will have to remove the driver side header and put the dent in it. A quote from a local body shop was $500 to do this....so I'll do it myself when I get time and just deal with the rattle for now.
I gave the product 4 stars because the product itself is great- but to avoid rattle you may have to compensate the product some...and it should have come with brackets imho.