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Both are longtube and both off road x or h pipe

JBA's are Stainless Steel

BBK's are Ceramic

give me your opinions between the two
 

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if your trying to save a few bucks and there is good feedback about BBK's then thats your answer.
 

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its only 80 bucks difference so im just wondering haha which is better
 

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BBK's are 700 including off road x pipe
JBA's are 739.99 including off road H pipe

my bad a 40 difference
 

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i really want both so i can switch it out so i want to get the offroad now then the catted one when i go in for emissions

Brenspeed has the whole deal wtih MAC lt headers and the mid pipe for 929
 

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if they were hte same price as the BBK's and hte JBA's then yeah but the MAC's are 200 bucks more
 

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thursday or friday thats why im gettin my research done...Are MAC's that much better than JBA and BBK??
 

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BBK's are 529.99 ceramic coated americanmuscle.com 700 (after discount) for headers and x pipe

JBA's SS are 579.99 stage3motorsports.com 739.99 with h pipe

How much of a difference is Stainless Steal finish to Ceramic?? is ceramic that much better??
 

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Gotcha damn this is a hard decision...i heard the JBA kit is really good quality and BBK has been around forever in mustangs so damnit this is hard haha
 

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ceramic will keep in the heat better. the purpose being to keep the temp in your engine bay down.
Ceramic keeps the velocity of the expelled gasses up by keeping the heat energy in the header pipes, helping the exhaust scavenging effect, drawing the fresh air and fuel into the cylinders during valve overlap at high rpms, increasing peak hp.
 
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