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BBK Chrome Tuned Length Shorty Headers (05-10 V6)

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  • MPN# 4010

  • Market Price $344.99
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  • Increases RWHP
  • Shorty Tuned Length header design
  • Free flowing Mandrel-bent tubing
  • Bright Chrome finish
  • Fits 2005-2010 V6 Mustangs
  • CARB EO Number: D-245-16
Tuned Length Design. BBK Shorty "Tuned Length" Headers out perform both the stock factory manifolds and regular shorty headers. Tuned Length Headers have a unique extended tubular design that allows for unrestricted exhaust flow to increase horsepower and torque. Perfect for both the street and the strip.

Quality BBK Construction. BBK Shorty Tuned Length Headers are manufactured from 1-5/8" CNC mandrel bent tubing for unrestricted airflow. And feature one piece laser cut 3/8" header flanges for additional strength, leak-free performance and a OEM fit. These headers are then completed in a bright chrome finish for good looks and a long life.

Application. Designed as a direct bolt on, these BBK Shorty Tuned Length Headers will bolt straight up in the stock location to the factory Mid-Pipe without any modifications on both automatic and manual 2005 to 2010 4.0L V6 Mustangs to improve exhaust flow and sound.

Technical Notes. This BBK throttle body is CARB certified (CARB EO Number: D-245-16) and 50 state legal.

Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Details

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What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • (2) gaskets
  • (4) studs
  • (4) flat washers
  • (4) lock washers
  • (4) nuts
Installation Info
Tech Specs
Header Specifications
Header Type: Short Tube Finish : Chrome
Type Mid Pipe Required: Standard Fitment: 2005-2010 V6 Mustangs
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • V6 - 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10

Most Helpful Reviews

Not Worth It

I bought these headers and bbk has made a poor design on these headers. The way the headers bolt on was the worst design ever. Let me tell you why. First off, on the left side you actually have to bend ...

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So.. I had a shop install mine because of all the rants on here about the hassle with them. Naturally, the shop ran into the same problem.. they just decided not to inform me. I heard the horrible exhaust ...

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Overall Rating 3.3 out of 5 stars

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how much horsepower will these headers give my v6

BBlake1988 Year: 2005 Model: V6

  • Probably 10-15 RWHP. Long tube headers are the better choice = >25

    Hogman5 Year: 2013 Model: Boss Top 250 Contributor

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what is the difference between ceramic headers and chrome headers.

ponyboy2016 Year: 2010 Model: V6

  • ceramic headers have a ceramic coating on them that will not burn off and keep temps down, chrome headers just have a chrome plating that will turn blue and discolor very quickly, this does no damage just doesnt look very good

    4valve4eye Year: 1986 Model: GT

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Overall Rating 3.3

out of 5 stars

Installation Time:Afternoon

  • Performance Gain 3.5 3.5
  • Fit 3 3
  • Bang For Your Buck 3 3

  • 1/5

    May 24, 2010

    Not Worth It

    I bought these headers and bbk has made a poor design on these headers. The way the headers bolt on was the worst design ever. Let me tell you why. First off, on the left side you actually have to bend the dipstick out of place and take out a engine bolt just to get the dang thing on. Then the engine bolt wont go back in because the head of the bolt hits the headers. Then after you finally get the bolts on you can't even get a torque wrench in there to torque them down because the dang piping is in front of the bolts. Then on the other side (which is the right side) again you have to take out another engine bolt to get the dang headers on because it hits the head of the bolt. If you buy these headers expect a long install and plan to either buy some new engine mount bolts or to gring the head on the exsiting ones and not being able to use a socket wrench on all the header bolts. And try not to snap the dipstick when your bending it out of the way and then bending it back to mount it back, if you even can. Then the headers turn blue the first day that you drive your car around. All in all, bbk did a poor job in R&D when making these. The performance gains will be the same but spend the extra money and get the JBA headers and skip the hassell. I hope this review helps you out.


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  • 1/5

    August 11, 2010


    So.. I had a shop install mine because of all the rants on here about the hassle with them. Naturally, the shop ran into the same problem.. they just decided not to inform me. I heard the horrible exhaust leak sound that was quaking the street everywhere I drove. When I got home this afternoon I popped the hood and came to find that 3/4 of my gasket on both sides had been burned out and there was a hellish 1/2 inch or so gap all the way around on either side of the head. The mount bolts on either side were the reason for this. They just tried to fasten it as tight as it would go and hoped for the best. Fail. Do yourself a favor, if you get these headers, buy two new mount bolts or shave off the portion that's preventing the headers from seating flush against the head. Good luck! ;)


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  • 5/5

    June 12, 2010

    Headache but worth it

    I Installed the headers about 2 weeks ago and when i got them i thought they would be pretty easy to install after hearing about my uncles long tube headers on his v-8 but when we put it in his shop we ran into a few problem first problem wasthe egr pipe fitting on the right header, the chrome on the threads made it very difficult, next the bracket on left side holding the water lines for the ac was in the way of the header so we had to cut the on side of the bracket, and then the dip stick what a pain.... but in the end the sound was totally worth it, every where i go i get compliments, car shows, shops, the sore, everywhere people like the deeper v8 rumble the headers give, after a headache with the few inconveniences it was totally worth the buy 5* all the way!


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  • 5/5

    December 20, 2009

    California Update

    In response to Eric's review on Dec,7,2009. If you check you're updates BBK has now been approved as a 50 states legal. Great product, love it on my 05 V-6 Pictures to follow in the near future.


    Year: 2005 Model: V6

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  • 3/5

    April 18, 2010

    Bolt on performance

    I purchased these headers along with a Pypes brand cat-back dual exhaust kit. Performance gains from this setup has been minimal as far as I can tell, but I'm satisfied. Largest gains seem to be in the 3000-4500 rpm range. Sound is deeper and louder, but I have some drone at cruising speeds. Like Andrew noted, the brackets were interfering with the header flanges on both sides. I choose to eliminate one bolt from each bracket and bend the brackets out of the way rather than modifying the headers. I found this to be an effective and easy solution.


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  • 4/5

    July 29, 2008

    Great Product

    You can feel the horsepower gain, and love the sound it gives off. Great product!

    Daniel Heuer

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  • 5/5

    April 28, 2008

    BBK is great

    I am very happy with the sound of the car now. I have an axle back exhaust and it sounds realy good. I can feel the horse power gain as well . Great Product.


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  • 5/5

    February 06, 2009

    Great buy!

    Gives the V6 a nice little HP boost. I like the product. Good buy.


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  • 3/5

    March 20, 2010

    Not happy like i thought

    I installed them today, well it took me 7-9 last night and 9a.m. to about 8 pm. Took all day because the egr tube (i could be mistaken of the name) was a pain to get off. I removed it with the header as one, used a torch to unbolt the nut, didnt come off. then i soked it in pb blaster for an hour then used three people to take it off. Thats not the worse part, i have to use a table grinder to fit it over some bolt/bracket on both headers. It was really hard to do and just as i thought it sounds like a leak. No sound difference, the only reason i put three stars is the performance. You do feel it but other than that i will never get bbk headers for this mustang again. I have bbk parts and were happy with it so i dont know. Good luck


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  • 1/5

    December 07, 2009

    Not Legal in California

    These headers are not legal in California, so that would mean legalizing every smog check, which means more money.


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