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Old 08-20-2012, 05:45 PM   #1
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Talking Long Tube Headers Options @ Apex Motorsports! The #1 Source For Performance Exhaust!




Selecting long tube headers can be an intimidating task and does require some technical knowledge, but it isn’t the voodoo some make it out to be. In this post I will try to arm you with as much information as I can to help you decide on the best option for you and your ride. Below I will provide some technical info and lay out some of the options available at APEX Motorsports. If you have any questions feel free to give us a call at (502)930-APEX or CLICK HERE send an email to one of our team members.


Which Manufacturer Should I Go With?

The good news here is that this is hard to get wrong. Ask around on the forums and you will hear some of the same brand names over and over again. The 3 brands that we currently carry that meet the criteria below are Kooks, ARH, Pfadt, Stainless Works, and Stainless Power. From a performance stand point all of them are pretty close, no one has a secret that makes one brand produce substantially better results than any of the others. It’s mostly a question of quality and, again, most of them are pretty close in this area as well. There are a couple of things to pay close attention to though.

Pay attention to what they are made from. Stainless steel (particularly 304) is what you will want to look for. 304 stainless steel will not rust or discolor from exposure to the atmosphere like the cheaper 400 series stainless steel. Unlike aluminized steel, it will not rust from the inside out due to the corrosive fluids produced during combustion. 304 can discolor slightly from getting extremely hot or if you spill engine oil on them but another attribute is that it isn’t permanent.

Pay attention to how they are made. CNC mandrel bending is the best manufacturing method for producing exhaust systems and headers that flow and fit well. When this process is used in conjunction with the 304 stainless steel it allows for the use of a thinner wall tubing that will weigh less than other headers. Those weight savings will be lost, however, if you opt for the ceramic coating some manufacturer promote. With stainless steel the coating isn’t needed for corrosion resistance purposes (ceramic coating is often pushed because the manufacture is using inferior metal) and I have never seen the claimed reductions in under hood temperature demonstrated in hard numbers.


What Primary Diameter Should I Go With?

This is the area that seems to cause the most confusion but it is fairly straight forward. Header manufacturers usually offer two or three options when is comes to primary diameters for a specific vehicle. For example, for the Camaro SS most manufacturers are offering 1 3/4 inch, 1 7/8 inch, and 2 inch primaries. Here are the results of some recent back-to-back testing on an otherwise stock SS:


Stock: 372 RWHP 376 RWTQ
1 3/4 headers with high flow cats: 401 RWHP 404 RWTQ
1 7/8 headers with high flow cats: 408 RWHP 409 RWTQ
2 headers with high flow cats: 413 RWHP 410 RWTQ


As you can see, simply switching from the restrictive stock manifolds to 1 3/4 long tube headers is worth approximately 30 RWHP and 30 RWTQ on a bone stock Camaro SS. The larger the primary diameter gets the more air the headers will flow and the further up the RPM range the power band is moved. The impact of the larger primary diameters is amplified the more powerful the engine is, especially when you introduce forced induction. This means that generally the more power you make or the more race oriented your application is the bigger primary diameter you need, the closer to stock or the more street oriented the smaller primary diameter you need.

In the specific example of the 2010+ Camaro SS, we have found that the 1 7/8 long tube headers are the best all around header for the typical bolt on modified car that is driven regularly and occasionally taken to the track. They offer a tremendous improvement over stock with room to grow as owners modify their car further. The 2 inch headers offer very similar numbers to the 1 7/8 headers up to 5000 RPM where the 2 inch headers pull ahead. They are ideal for those running forced induction or for race applications.


Tri-Y Headers

Pfadt recently announced that they are releasing Tri-Y headers for the 5th Gen Camaro and since then we have been inundated with questions about this type of design. Traditional 4-into-1 long tube headers merge all four primary tubes into a single collector similar to the one pictured below.




Tri-Y headers utilize a different approach. These headers feature three Y-pipes that merge the runners in pairs. Because of this they are sometimes also referred to as 4-into-2-into-1 headers. The Pfadt Tri-Ys are very elegant and because of that the differences are difficult to see in photos so below is a very rudimentary set of Tri-Y headers and a set of traditional 4-into-1 style long tube headers below that for a direct comparison. You can see that there are three separate events rather than one as is the case with a traditional 4-into-1 long tube headers.





Now that you know what Tri-Y header are, the question is what is the difference from a performance perspective. The commonly accepted theory is that 4-into-1 long tube headers offer stronger peak horsepower gains, while the Tri-Y headers produce stronger low and mid-range torque gains (ideal for street performance).


High Flow Cats or Cat Delete (Off Road Pipe)

With modern high flow cats there is essentially no performance advantage to a cat delete. They flow 99.9% as well as straight pipe. On a dyno you might see 1-3 rwhp in the mid RPM range. Going with a cat delete does cost less but the biggest draw back for street driven cars in my opinion is the rotten egg smell of running without cats. The other is the potential legal issues. For track cars neither of these are a concern so save the money and apply it elsewhere.
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Old 08-20-2012, 05:47 PM   #2
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The wait is finally over for the 5th Generation Camaro and without hesitation, A.R.H. has what you need to exhaust the beast within. 100% U.S. made long tube 304 S/S header systems that are designed to fit great, install easily, and produce outstanding horsepower and torque. The system comes with everything you'd expect from A.R.H. Includes 3/8" thick flanges with tig welded and hand ported inlets, merge collectors with scavenger spikes, OEM style band clamps, Grade 8 hardware, Flat Out Racing Gaskets and O2 extension harness.


1 7/8 inch primary factory connect headers

American Racing Stainless Steel Headers 1-7/8" x 3" Short System With Cats: $1425 SHIPPED!!!

American Racing Stainless Steel Headers 1-7/8" x 3" Short System Without Cats: $1305 SHIPPED!!!


2 inch primary factory connect headers

American Racing Stainless Steel Headers 2" x 3" Short System With Cats: $1525 SHIPPED!!!

American Racing Stainless Steel Headers 2" x 3" Short System Without Cats: $1405 SHIPPED!!!


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Old 08-20-2012, 05:48 PM   #3
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Gain performance, sound, and mileage with Stainless Works' 2010+ Camaro Headers. Stainless Works Camaro headers are made from high-quality 304 stainless steel and are CNC mandrel bent. Designed and manufactured in Ohio, these headers are the top of the line in performance upgrades.




1 7/8 inch primary factory connect headers

Stainless Works Headers, 1 7/8" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Cats: $1242 SHIPPED

Stainless Works Headers, 1 7/8" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Off Road Pipes: $972 SHIPPED


2 inch primary factory connect headers

Stainless Works Headers, 2" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Cats: $1242 SHIPPED

Stainless Works Headers, 2" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Off Road Pipes: $972 SHIPPED


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Stainless Power 2010+ Camaro 6.2L 304L SS Header (Headers Only): $599 SHIPPED

Stainless Power 10-12 Camaro 6.2L 304L SS Header w/ Off Road Pipes: $699 SHIPPED

Stainless Power 2010+ Camaro 6.2L 304L SS Header w/ Cats: $899 SHIPPED


Stainless Works has introduced a new brand of value-line header and exhaust products made for the high-quality market, yet specially priced for the cost conscious consumer. Stainless Power is a brand name line of exhaust products that has been designed and manufactured to the exacting standards made famous by Stainless Works. These products are exclusively made and inspected to their exact specifications and made from the highest quality 304L Stainless Steel.





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Old 08-20-2012, 06:35 PM   #5
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Thanks for the info, so arh are not mandrel bent?
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Thanks for the info, so arh are not mandrel bent?
No problem. All three listed above are 304 stainless steel and CNC mandrel bent.
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No problem. All three listed above are 304 stainless steel and CNC mandrel bent.
Oh didn't see it in the ARH right up
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Old 08-22-2012, 05:04 AM   #8
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I am going FI and want the 2" for that reason. At the same time I want to keep the car as quiet as possible. Is there a volume difference in any of these? Such as the SP being "extra thick", any volume advantage?
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Old 08-22-2012, 03:31 PM   #9
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I am going FI and want the 2" for that reason. At the same time I want to keep the car as quiet as possible. Is there a volume difference in any of these? Such as the SP being "extra thick", any volume advantage?
No. The tone will vary slightly but the volume will not be much different due to the headers themselves. High flow cats will be a little quieter than cat deletes but the cat back will have the biggest impact on the overall volume.
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Stainless Works 3" Cat Back Exhaust w/ Turbo S-Tube Mufflers CA10CBLLMF and Stainless Works Headers, 2" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Cats CA10HDRCAT. What are you able to do on these? I'm looking to buying them very soon. Thanks.
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Stainless Works 3" Cat Back Exhaust w/ Turbo S-Tube Mufflers CA10CBLLMF and Stainless Works Headers, 2" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Cats CA10HDRCAT. What are you able to do on these? I'm looking to buying them very soon. Thanks.
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Any special package deal or military discount on this setup? Stainless Works Headers, 1 7/8" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Cats SSWCA11HDRCATST and Stainless Works 3" Retro Chambered Cat Back Exhaust CA11CB.
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Do u carry 2010 v6 long tube headers, if so send me a Im
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Any special package deal or military discount on this setup? Stainless Works Headers, 1 7/8" Primaries, 3" Slip Fit Collectors w/ Cats SSWCA11HDRCATST and Stainless Works 3" Retro Chambered Cat Back Exhaust CA11CB.
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Are their any issues installing SW 1 7/8" and cats on convertibles? Would I need any extra parts or brackets? Do you know if there are any cuts needed or will these bolt up to the stock exhaust? Any military discounts
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Are their any issues installing SW 1 7/8" and cats on convertibles? Would I need any extra parts or brackets? Do you know if there are any cuts needed or will these bolt up to the stock exhaust? Any military discounts
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Old 11-02-2012, 09:40 PM   #19
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??? for APEX I own not only a 2012 ss/rs but also a 2003 ss silverado. looking to run full length on the camaro 2" primary with 3" collector connecting to MBRP cat back.(sorry lol I like the sound of these) soon maybe a Xmas gift but do you carry the headers for the truck too? Although i'm undecided because it may be turbo charged in months to come. thanks
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Krausmotorsports, we do have headers for your application but not in those dimension. They are 1 3/4 primaries with 2.5 inch collectors. For most 6.0l application that is more that enough and we can include a connector to bolt up to 3 inch exhaust. They run $1390 shipped. We could look into a custom set if you had to have those dimensions though.

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No problem Barry. That is what I am here for.
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Nice write up. Question, are those dyno numbers with or without a tune? I am still looking right now, but will ceramic coated header stay cleaner in appearance longer than SS 304 or are they the same? Looking for something that stays clean and shiney in appearance for a long time.
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