We now have JBA's long tube headers on our website! A stainless setup with cats runs $750, catted is $950. Add coating, and it is another $150. Like all LT's, you must buy JBA's mid pipes to connect the headers to your factory catback.
These headers are are a great mid range option. They are 409 stainless so rusting out is not an issue like mild steel headers. They also have a better seal with their collector design. They are cheaper than Kooks because they are 409 stainless instead of 304. 409 stainless has more iron and will develop slight surface rust, but not rust through. 304 stainless does not rust. The also are not tig welded, and do not have blended primaries, and merge spikes or merge collectors. So in my mind, they are mid range as I said. Someone who does not want Pacesetter, but can't swing Kooks.
We offer great package pricing if you also buy JBA plug wires, or a catback with these headers and mids.
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It will help keep surface rust from starting on ANY material. As far as the material being crappier it actually is thicker stainless than all header manufactures that build for the GTO. 14g Stainless! Even 304SS if it gets moisture on it will get surface rust.
I am gonna argue with that one Dustin. 304 stainless does not rust. Sometimes rain and road deposits get burned on the exhaust as you drive..which may have iron in them. Those burned on deposits can rust..but they also come off with steel wool.
409 stainless is a lower, more affordable grade of stainless with more iron in it. The higher iron content will allow for surface rust, but it is minor and will not rust through. This is a great compromise for someone who wants to know their headers will last forever. The coating of course will keep them looking good.
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