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    WTB: JBA or Hedman or ? Shorty headers 94 Mustang Cobra

    Ceramic or stainless. Excellent to new only. For 94-95 Cobra. Unequal length, continuous flange. JBA part # is 1624S-4. 15237 + 25 mi local pick up only. BBK I'll just buy them new. Thanks.

    FOUND NIB JBA silver ceramic coated stainless. Thanks.
    Last edited by wht88cpe; 08-14-2019 at 12:22 AM. Reason: Found- updated
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    I like my ceramic bbks
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahloh95 View Post
    I like my ceramic bbks
    Thanks for that Troy. Any issues with chipping finish and then rust? I had a set of the JBA's on a Fox coupe awhile ago. Don't know how long they had been on there (probably quite awhile) but they still looked great. JBA discontinued those in 2017 otherwise I would just buy them new.
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    i have had them on the car since 2001 and they still look good they do have some surface rust right by the cylinder head but have stayed nice for being that old
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahloh95 View Post
    i have had them on the car since 2001 and they still look good they do have some surface rust right by the cylinder head but have stayed nice for being that old
    Wow, certainly can't complain about 18 years worth of use. That would out live me at this point! I'm contemplating cylinder heads, so would make sense to do both at the same time. Still looking for someone local to do this work though, won't be me.
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