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MBRP 1-7/8 x 3 in. Long Tube Catted Headers (15-19 GT)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Improves Horsepower and Torque
    • Long Tube Header Design
    • High Flow Catalytic Converters
    • 1-7/8-Inch Primary Tubes with 3" Collector
    • 3-Inch Catted Connection Pipes
    • Free Flowing Mandrel-Bent Tubing
    • 304 Stainless Steel Construction - Natural Finish
    • Intended for Off-Road Track Use
    • Requires MBRP 3-Inch Street or Race Cat-Back
    • Fits Left Hand Drive Models Only
    • Fits 2015-2019 GT Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys, Stephanie with, here with a review of these MBRP Long Tube Catted Headers, available for 2015 and up, S550 GT Mustangs. In this video, we're gonna be looking at a few different things in regards to these headers. We're gonna be talking about the materials of construction of the headers themselves, and the install too. We'll talk more about this later, but I can tell you right now, the Long Tube Headers make for a difficult install. So, I'm gonna call this one a three out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter. The MBRP Catted Long Tube Headers are gonna be a good option for someone looking for a natural finish long tube, that's gonna maintain the use of cats [SP], and make way for a three-inch aftermarket catback. The connection pipes that come with these headers are three-inch catted pipes, which means that you'll need a three-inch catback. Long tube headers are gonna offer both performance and sound gains, but the end result of your headers will depend on the rest of your set up. The runners on these particular headers are one and seven-eighth inch, which is slightly different than the one and three-quarter inch offering. Traditionally, you see forced induction cars running the larger runners, and then [inaudible 00:01:03] cars running the smaller runner, but I wouldn't really say that that's a hard and fast rule, especially with the new Coyotes. So, you don't have to have a blower to run the larger diameter like these headers here, you just need to keep in mind your current mods and the goals you have for your car when you're looking around, as well as what going with this size runner will do to your power band with the mods that you have. If you have some bolt-ons and you're there still NA, you might see a hit on your low end torque, but once you spin the coyote motor up, the larger diameter is gonna help keep things moving. So, what you're gonna see are top endings. Getting into the specifics here, these are a 304 stainless steel header that have a natural or raw finish, which is gonna be different than a chrome or ceramic coated header. It obviously doesn't have the polished appearance that a chrome header would have, and while these don't have a ceramic coating either, they are made from that 304 stainless steel tubing, so you won't have to worry about corrosion. Not to mention you get to see the beautiful welds since it's had that raw finish. And this is mandrel bent tubing, which is gonna help with smoother air delivery. The primary tubes then merge down to a three-inch collector, and MBRP has these header flanges up there that are laser cut and they do that to prevent leaks and create a good fit. Then you have your connection pipes here. Like I said earlier, they're three-inch and they are catted. These are high fluid race cats and require a three-inch catback to be bolted up to them. And if you didn't know already, when you change your header set up to a long tube set up, you also need to change your mid-pipe to a shorty mid-pipe, in order to work with the long tubes. So just keep that three-inch requirement in mind when you're trying to pick out your catback, or at least your mid-pipe. If we move on to price, as we all pretty much know, or you know if you've been shopping for long tubes, they're pretty much gonna be a solid investment. They're pricey and they're difficult to install. The option from MBRP, since they are a higher quality item that's more at the top of the food chain, are gonna be on the more expensive side. The one and seven-eighths inch option that we have here, is gonna be slightly more expensive which isn't unusual to see. You do tend to see the larger runner costing more than the smaller runners, but not usually by very much at all. Either way, you're looking at spending between $1,300 and $1,400 for a set of these. But do keep in mind that you still need a shorty mid-pipe in order to install these, so you can figure on purchasing that as well. And that's why I called long tube headers an investment earlier. But you do have to keep in mind all the benefits and power that you'll be getting from this set up, and to put things in perspective, it's not just MBRP that's gonna be expensive. You're gonna be looking at headers costing over a grand anyways no matter what brand you go with. As for the install on this one, long tubes are always gonna be a difficult install. I don't say this often, but if you don't have a helping hand or you don't have much experience, it might be better just to take the car to a shop for the install. If you do tackle this yourself, it's gonna be a full three out of three wrenches on the scale, and a day in the garage, especially considering that you'll be installing a catback with these headers. You can do it on a jack and jack stands, but a lift would make it easier, for sure. You're gonna need your toolbox for this one, [inaudible 00:03:54] different sockets, wrenches and extensions. You're looking at things like disconnecting the steering shaft, dropping the starter, and removing a motor mount. A lot of this install obviously requires working in some pretty tight areas, so while everything is straightforward, getting access and maneuverability in these areas is actually tricky, which is why you need to pull the motor mount on one side, so you can raise the motor slightly with a jack to give you a little bit more room. And having a helping hand in this case is really gonna benefit you. But a day of wrestling and some pretty penny spent on this mod is totally worth it, in my opinion. So, wrapping things up with the MBRP Long Tube Catted Headers, these are 304 stainless steel headers with high floor race cats. They have one and seven-eighths inch runners, and a three-inch collector that runs down into three-inch collection pipes. Need a three-inch catback to pair with these headers, and as usual, you can check them out more online for yourself right here, at

    Power and Performance. Improve the power and performance of your 2015-2019 GT Mustang by upgrading to a set of MBRP 1-7/8" Long Tube Catted Headers. These MBRP Headers feature free flowing mandrel bent tubing with high flow catalytic converters to eliminate power robbing restrictions. MBRP designed their Long Tube Headers with the use of a Mustang 1100 AWD-SE Chassis Dynomometer to achieve maximum performance. Significant increases in rear wheel horsepower and torque have been seen when installed in conjunction with a custom tune.

    Quality Construction. MBRP manufactures their Long Tube Headers from T304 stainless steel for superior strength and excellent corrosion resistance. Featuring CNC mandrel-bent 1-7/8" primary tubes for superior airflow these headers merge at a 3" collector. Laser cut steel header flanges ensure leak-free performance and an OEM fit. MBRP leaves their Long Tube Headers in a natural steel finish for aggressive good looks.

    Calibration Required. Installation of these MBRP Long Tube Headers will require the use of a Handheld Tuner to reprogram the vehicles computer (ECU) for operation. By reprogramming your Mustangs ECU you will be able to realize the full power potential that these Long Tube Headers have to offer.

    Application. These MBRP Long Tube Catted Headers are specifically designed to fit the 2015 to 2019 GT Mustangs equipped with the DOHC Coyote 5.0L V8 engine. These Headers with connection pipes are intended to be installed with MBRP's 3" Street or Race Cat-Back Exhaust System. These Headers are intended for left hand drive applications only.

    Technical Note. Not legal for use on pollution controlled motor vehicles; intended for off road use only.

    Application Note. For 2019 Ford Mustang GT models ONLY, a Ford Front Driver Side Oxygen Sensor will be needed to complete installation. This sensor is of longer length, you can easily use that sensor as a substitution for the shorter OE passenger side oxygen sensor during installation.

    Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# S7245304

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Driver Side Long Tube Header
    • (1) Passenger Side Long Tube Header
    • (1) Driver Side Catted Connection Pipe
    • (1) Passenger Side Catted Connection Pipe
    • (4) O2 Extensions
    • Mounting Hardware
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Header Specifications
    Header Type: Long Tube Type Mid Pipe Required: 3" Aftermarket
    Material: Stainless Steel Finish: Natural
    Catalytic Converter: "Yes" - For off-road use only Fitment: 2015-2017 GT Mustangs
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    5 Top Rated Questions

    In the video it states that you have to purchase a shorty mid pipe in order to install these headers with your 3" cat back. I have the mbrp street 3" cat already installed with an h pipe. Would I still need to replace that with a shorter mid-pipe? Or will this application work with my current set up?

    • The MBRP 1-7/8 x 3 in. Long Tube Catted Headers will bolt directly to your MBRP's 3" Street Catback exhaust with no additional components required

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    I've got the MBRP catback system installed already. With these headers would I need to buy a mid pipe still? Or would I be ok with just buying these

    • This MBRP 1-7/8 x 3 in. Long Tube Catted Headers has a 3 inch connection pipe and it would require the MBRP Street or Race version exhaust in 3 inch options. The series of the exhaust will not cause any fitment issues, as the difference with each series is the material type only.

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    I have the MBRP Installer Series Cat-Back, would I have to purchase a new midpipe?

    I am running the AWE Track CAT Back exhaust. Will the mid pipe need to be replaced with this LTH? Can the mid pipe be modified instead of replacing?

    I am looking for a pair of headers that would fit my 2018 Mustang GT with x-pipe and the factory Active exhaust.

    • Unfortunately, these headers will only work with the MBRP exhausts and will not work with the factory active exhaust. We do have headers that will have the factory connect that will bolt up, here are some links to a couple of them that we carry:, , , & 

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    Customer Reviews (9) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 4.6

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Weekend

    Installation Cost:$500-$1000

    • Loudness / Volume 5 5
    • Exhaust Note 4.5 4.5
    • Fit & Finish 4.75 4.8
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.375 4.4

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $500-$1000

      December 26, 2018

      Long tube headers

      All I can say is wow. They make the difference and sound great! Along with the tune, intake and my mbrp cat back system this car is amazing! Great construction and quality! My only concern is that it’s a tight fit and it causes some rattles since the headers hit the frame


      Year: 2017 Submodel: EcoBoost

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      April 04, 2018


      Ok they say this is a hard task, and its true. But ironically the hardest part isnt the header install. Its all the other things that go along with it. But looks great, and the performance is crazy. Its loud dont think it wont be. These coyotes have their own sound and its mean. I did it in my garage on jack stands and race ramps.


      Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      March 12, 2018

      Good band for $

      Not as pretty as some of the other products out on the market good workmanship, nice sound .


      Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $1000+

      September 09, 2017

      Very loud, very specific header

      I bought this header setup to go along with the street catback I had from mbrp thinking it would open up the sound of the catback and increase the volume a little, all while gaining horsepower and mid-top end power. I will say this header along with the street catback is incredibly loud. Cold starts will wake the neighbors I promise. After it calms down, at idle it's very similar to the normal street catback it's surpassingly quiet, but once you step on it, this thing absolutely screams. My buddy said as I was coming down the road he thought it was a NASCAR stock car coming down the road. Some people may like it, I wasn't a big fan, very raspy and poppy compared to the regular catback ( with H pipe). I decided to get a different catback with more mufflers to deepen the sound and decrease the volume. I decided on borla touring from sound clips on YouTube, the only problem is this header is 100 specced to fit the mbrp catbacks, yes I know it says that in the description, but I wasn't going to leave it how it was. I figured I could throw an adapter on and figure out a way to make a different catback work (I've got a mig welder at work). Turns out that finding a 3" adapter at local stores was a no go so I had to order it online. After it showed up along with my new borla touring catback, turns out the pipes behind the resonator are too long and it won't sit on the hangers, it was off by more than a foot. It also had other torment issues just with trying to get an adapter to work properly without a leak. So long story even longer, I'm bringing it to a local speed shop to have them custom fit the borlas. In conclusion, if you have any doubt in your mind about how loud you think this is or if this is the sound you want, I would recommend kooks with green cats because that fits 2.5" exhausts which is what most of them are, if i could go back I would get the kooks instead just to save myself the aggravation. I hope this helps. Gave it 3 stars not because of the fitment issues, but because The exhaust note is not what I felt the description made it out to be.


      Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      August 16, 2017

      mbrp long tubes with cats

      Perfect fit!!! no issues with install. Car sounds great and picked up HP and torque!!!


      Year: 2015 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      July 25, 2017

      Perfect Pair!!!

      Just mounted these headers to MBRP street series catback exhaust with h-pipe and they sound amazing. They were definitely made for each other. I get the extra horsepower and sound without being overly obnoxious while in my neighborhood. Had them installed by a shop and it only cost me $600. They said it was one of the easiest header installs they have done for the s550.


      Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      July 19, 2017

      MBRP headers

      Installed these with a corsa extreme cat back and turned my pony into a thorobred. The sound is awesome.


      Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

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    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      July 03, 2017

      Great fit sound performance

      Rear drivers side header bolt would have been nearly impossible to tighten except i had the transmission out. I think other brands have a little more clearance on this bolt Only complaint otherwise perfect fit.


      Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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    • 5/5

      July 17, 2016


      Built quality is great and add up to the performance gains. Thanks goes to MBRP for this nice item.


      Year: 2016 Submodel: GT

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