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hey yall just lookin do decide on best set of longtube headers for my 2010, yes i know i may have mentioned elsehwere that i wasnt going to do headers but i came into some money and i have too much time!!- first was going to do shorty headers and delete cats from mid pipe( Amazon.com: BBK Performance 4012 1-3/4" Chrome Shorty Tuned Length Exhaust Headers for 5.7/6.1L Hemi Charger/Challenger/Magnum/300 05-10: Automotive ) but too many people mentioned they have minimal gains vs stock and if i really wanted some change to hit up the long tubes instead-not to keen about being careful on speed bumps so the more clearance the better- so i realllyyy wanted these Bassani Bassani SRT-8 Stainless Steel Long-tube Headers for the 2008-09 Dodge Challenger they are bassani and i have always used bassani goig back to my 95 gt mustang with offoroad x pipe , but it only says for 2009 and below :( so i gues ill have to go with something like borla-slp-arh etc. unless someone can confirm that these bassanis will fit my 2010. so heres what ive narrowed it too what do you all recommend?( borla are priced very well) i dont really have full brand knowledge yet so i only know so much and would rather have your input here -dont mind no cats either as that was my first choice

Borla 999$ WITH NO CATS
Borla 1 7/8" OFF ROAD Long Tube Headers - 2008+ Dodge Challenger SRT8 (6.1L Hemi) [BOR-17250] - $1,299.95$999.95 : MarylandSpeed.com- Your First Stop on the Way to Performance!

Kooks- WITH CATS 1525$
Kooks 1 7/8" Long Tube Headers w/ Cats - 2008+ Dodge Challenger SRT8 (6.1L Hemi) [K6905-CC] - $1,758.36$1,525.95 : MarylandSpeed.com- Your First Stop on the Way to Performance!

ARH 1275$ WITH CATS
American ARHSRT8 ARH LongTube 1-7/8 X 3 304-SS Headers and Down Pipes SRT8 Challenger 2008-11 - ARHSRT8, American Header Complete Kit

SLP WITH CATS 1380$
SLP Long Tube Headers - 2008-10 Challenger SRT-8 Hemi - PFYC.com
 

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Go with the ARH. Call Nick (The Owner) he is very knowledgeable and will inform you of the advantages of his product. Really nice guy to talk with and he has a great product. I will be putting a set of these on my car as soon as I can free up some $$$.

As with my other opinions, it's worth what you paid for it. :thumbsup:
 
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