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Can anyone recommend what the best headers would be for my 2013 Srt9 392?
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Cant go wrong with Kooks or American Racing. They are both great headers.

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I installed the Stainless Works headers, great quality header for sure (and their price reflects that) however have never gotten over the fact that they did not include new gaskets or header bolts. Would not recommend them for those two things alone, to many great header companies out there that do include everything you need for the install. Just my 2 cents. I think it is JBA that now offer the "polished" 304 stainless headers, I would look at those if I were in the market to buy. Good luck.
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Can anyone recommend what the best headers would be for my 2013 Srt9 392?
Not sure if you're aware that 392s come with OEM shorty "clamshell" headers? Going with another shorty would gain much.

If you're going LT version, I'd recommend getting them ceramic coated to keep heat down in the engine bay and they'll last longer too.
-you'll need tuning to gain anything from headers, especially with a stock engine.

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