pretty good, I haven't been driving the car much but I can tell a pretty big difference between the stock log style manifolds and the longtubes. I only have header extensions on it right now as I've been busy with other projects and some life issues but plan on resuming work on it later this month
Merry Christmas you crazy animals. I can't believe this thread is this old and 4 cars later. I just got the headers on yesterday, fit is great, have to go back and loosen up the passenger side, I left out the last bolt for the dipstick tube and found the flange shifted. if you have small flexible hands there is no need to remove anything. I did remove the air filter box and tube, middle coil packs on both sides. passenger side is truly miserable though, I don't know why but you don't have nearly as much room as the drivers side.
(for future readers' reference) vehicles with longitudinal (North - South) engine layouts - they engine is offset from center line to clear the steering column. that's why the clearance of the engine to the inner aprons is tighter on passenger (right) vs. driver (left) side for a LHD layout
If you ever saw the air cleaner base plate on any Air Grabber / Ramcharger or 6 pack or 426 Hemi applications - you'll see the carb openings are not centered - they are offset.
So my husband and I and even some of his friends have weighed in. I need more input. I got the little SXT because it is great for my daily driving - over 25 miles one way to work. But I would like to give it more of a deep growl. My hubs says to do a cam upgrade and some of his friends say just...