Hey guys. I'm toying with the idea of getting long tube headers, really would like to see some input on what the people are running and what the results are like. I currently have a 331 that puts out 360rwhp through BBK small shories, and I think I have a lot to gain by going to a good set of long tubes. The possible obstacles could be: Ground clearance. The car is not low, but I don't want them to drag on the floor either. Motor shifted back an inch. The motor has been set back one inch on the MM k-member, so I'm sure that will affect firewall clearance as well as the steering shaft clearance (MM solid shaft) Good design and collector. Most of the long tube headers I've seen so far for 94-95 V8 have a horrible collector where the primaries are just dumped into a cone without being merged. From what I've been told by the exhaust builder I know, that's where you lose or gain power on the headers. Proper length tuning as well as the primary size matters too. Well, let's hear it!