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BBK Mustang Long Tube Headers - Silver Ceramic (05-10 GT/Bullitt)

Our Price $599.95
Market Price $744.95  
You save $145.00 (19%)
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Manufacturer:  BBK

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  • Product Description
  • Installation Info
  • Mustang Fitment

BBK long tube headers are all manufactured using 1 5/8" CNC mandrel bent tubing for unrestricted airflow and use 1 piece laser cut flanges for strength and durability.

These header systems make 14 to 24hp over stock on naturally aspirated applications, and up to 50hp on supercharged applications when combined with a quality cat-back exhaust system and BBK Mid pipe.

All BBK headers are pressure tested upon assembly to insure leak free performance.

Note: all long tube headers require matching mid pipe for installation. Long tube headers will not bolt up to factory mid pipe.

Available in standard chrome finish or polished silver ceramic coating.

Product Benefits

  • Available in silver ceramic or chrome finishes
  • Awesome horsepower increase!
  • Great fit and finish

Warning: Not approved for sale in California or states that require a California E.O. #. This part has been designed and is intended for off-road application only. Installation of this part on a vehicle that is driven on public roads may violate U.S. and Canadian laws and regulations.

Note: Federal and several state and provincial laws prohibit the removal, modification or rendering inoperative of any part that affects emissions or safety on motor vehicles used on public streets or highways. Steeda Autosports assumes no liability for any violations arising out of any federal, state or provincial emissions or safety requirements on motor vehicles arising out of the customer’s modifications and/or use of Steeda products. It is the responsibility of the customer to determine if their modified vehicle complies with applicable laws.

This limited warranty is the only express warranty applicable to Steeda Autosports products. Other rights may arise or vary from state to state in the United States. Steeda is not responsible for any time for which you may lose the use of your vehicle, any inconvenience you might be caused, the loss of your transportation or any part thereof, or any other incidental or consequential damages you may have.

Time to Install
About 7 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Basic Tools
Model Year(s)
2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Bullitt GT

Manual Automatic

Product Reviews

I had a set of Doug Thorley Tri-Y Chromed Headers on my old ’68 289 Mustang and they made a big difference in power and torque, so installing long tube headers was the first thing on my radar for engine upgrades on my ‘06. Then I learned about ceramic coating – making this upgrade option on the expensive side, but worth every penny (and the wait). A lift is recommended as these are installed from the bottom up. Installation took my buddy and me 5 hours (including a dinner break). We found that you don’t have to remove and/or loosen the steering arm, just the starter motor and motor mounts needed to be removed per the instructions. We had to cut one of the supplied bolts back a couple of threads to clear the tubing and enter the header flange hole on the passenger side (cylinder #3). Some have complained about BBK’s header gaskets – I have had no problems with them. Use a 10 mm wrench to tighten the header bolts then re-tighten them after 3 or 4 days and once more a week or so later. These give good performance gains in horse power and torque. They look and sound great! And if mileage is important to you, these along with Steeda’s underdrive pulleys put me right at 30 mpg on the highway using cruise control.

I have a 2006 GT 5-speed. Time was less than 5 hours taking it easy and including 1 dinner break.
I went to a friend's home shop and was able to use his lift and air-tools which made this project much easier than had I done it on my driveway.

We did not need to remove the steering linkage (had trouble getting it free - so left it in place).

Removed the starter and engine mounts. Had to move the engine up and down a few times to get the headers to fit/clear for install.

Had to cut one of the supplied bolts back a couple of threads to clear the tubing and enter the header flange hole on the passenger side (cylinder #3).

The shop owner was also helping another friend with a differential "locker" mod - says had he been just doing the headers it would have taken him 3½ hours.

They look and sound great! With Steeda's under drive pulleys and BBK headers, I'm guessing to be right at 30~31 mpg taking it real easy (cruise control) on the highway with a V8. Not bad!!!