Hello all. I am about to install a Procharger on my 15 SRT 392. I have been tossing around the idea of adding long tubes but not sure if it is worth it. I was thinking on the lines of it reducing the stress on the internals some as it should drop pressure down about 1 psi and still maintain the same hp. On the flip side, I hear under hood temps go up with long tubes unless you coat them which can have cracking issues. I am in South Florida and it gets hot hear so with the added heat will it offset the gains? Also understand if I want cats I will need the green cats with boost or go straight pipe and deal with the smell. I am also lowered but don't really deal with speed bumps or ground clearance issues often. I mean $3k for headers and cats is a big chunk of coin for 25hp. This is just a street car that will probably never see a track as there isn't one real close to me. Not looking to get every hp I can or hit a dyno number. Just looking for solid daily power without having to build a motor. Anyone have any input on the subject? Car is totally stock except KW's and catch can. Fully understand pistons and rods or get the Hellcat. Are headers worth it for the reduced stress on the pistons as it will be a more efficient air pump? Is it $3k worth?