Thinking Of Changing My BBK Shorty Headers To Longtube Race Headers
I need some advice on changing from the current BBK Shorty's to full on race headers with no AIR, EGR or Cats.
Here the spec of my LT1 Firebird TA engine & drivetrain so far:
Trick Flow GenX 185 Cylinder Heads & Track Max camshaft with duration at 050 inch Lift: 220 int./227 exh.
Edelbrock Air-Gap LT4 Intake
K&N Cold Air Induction Kit
Trick Flow Ceramic Coated Elbow
Professional Products 58mm Throttle Body
MSD GM Blaster Coil
MSD Digital 6 Plus Ignition
MSD Pro-Billet LT1 Optispark Distributor with Taylor Leads
Uprated Stall Speed Torque Converter
Transgo Performance Shift Kit
Holley NoS Dry Manifold single hit Injection Kit (I change the jet for different situations from 50 to 140 hp)
Detroit Locker True Track Differential
BBK Shorty Headers with blanked off EGR but has AIR Pump connected, both running into a Magnaflow Exhaust with no Cats & an electronic cutout 2/3rds down which sounds great
I need to know if I should keep the AIR Pump connected to new longtube race headers with AIR or just get a full race set, No AIR or EGR & remove the AIR Pump altogether?
The current BBK Shorty Headers have already had the EGR blanked off & they run through the Magnaflow System with no Cats at all.
Or would it be worth me keeping the BBK Shorty headers, just ditch the AIR Pump & blank off the old AIR connectors?
There is no problem with what is "Street Legal" in the UK as the Firebird is now classed US classic over here. I can always get it passed for normal road use no matter what.
"Speed is just a question money......So how fast do you wanna go".............. Mad Max I