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Hello Fellow Mopar Mavins,

Been researching headers for my 2010 SRT for a while now, I have used TTI for older Mopars before and have always found them to be a quality product.

I did a search but could only find older posts.

Does anyone have experience with there headers on our modern cars?

The way I understand it is that they only fit TTI midpipes/exhaust. That is not a problem as I still have the stock exhaust and need to replace it anyway.

I am running a Magnason blower but otherwise stock, 9000 mile M6.

I realize there are some lower priced options out there but don't mind paying for quality. I will be doing the install myself.

Any and all input greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your time,

Varooom
 

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Sorry, no experience with TTI but I just installed Stainless Works headers (see sig for build info) and they have excellent weld quality and fitment was pretty darn good (had to trim an engine mount stud that holds one side of the motor mount heat shield). My only complaint with them is they are not notched like kooks at the top of the flange (I notched mine so I could use OEM 5.7 gaskets) and they still employ the EGR tube on the passenger side which is not needed (makes getting the stud that holds the dipstick difficult to get at).

FYI- just saw TTI's site and only saw 1-3/4" and 2" primaries offered. Nevermind, I saw 1-7/8 also available as well.
http://www.ttiexhaust.com/MoparClassics-Headers/Subcategory/ccGen3.htm

Are you sure TTI catback is needed, this article shows the TTI mid pipe (all headers usually require manufacturer's midpipe) bolted up to a factory catback?
http://www.hotrod.com/articles/add-26-hp-to-your-gen-iii-hemi-with-bolt-on-headers/
 
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