Stainless Works (03+) Crown Vic Long Tube headers w/ Catted Lead Pipes

Base Price: $1,996.00$1,896.20

(5 customer reviews)

Stainless Works beautiful 4.6L 2V Headers for the 03+ Crown Vic, Grand Marquis and Town Cars with catted lead pipes


Stainless Works beautiful 4.6L 2V Headers for the 03+ Crown Vic, Grand Marquis and Town Cars with catted lead pipes

  • Mandrel bent 304 Stainless Steel
  • 1.625″ dia. primaries
  • Has EGR connection and O2 sensor bungs
  • Available with 3.0″ slip fit collectors
  • Includes header bolts and high temp RTV
  • Ceramic coating is available for an additional charge in black or polished silver!  Will take an additional 3-4 weeks for coating
  • Includes headers with high flow catted lead pipes that neck down to 2.5″ and connect to the stock cat back flange
  • NOT CA smog legal and may not be legal in your state!  Suggest customer check local smog laws before ordering
  • FREE SHIPPING to 47 states!  Does not ship to CA

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Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 15 × 10 × 10 in

Stainless Works


Black Ceramic Coating (+$400.00), Silver Ceramic Coating (+$400.00), None

5 reviews for Stainless Works (03+) Crown Vic Long Tube headers w/ Catted Lead Pipes

  1. Joshua (verified owner)

    These tings are a work of art…had mine coated and were packed wrong from the coaters and the egr tube chipped the other header. Chris took care of everything and had the damaged header re-coated and back to me within a week. These guys have really woken up the “Grandpa mobile” as my friends call it.

  2. Mark (verified owner)

    Look and sound outstanding! Love how it shines when you open the hood! Car sounds mean at idle and a monster wide open!! Mated these to the Stainless Catback and what a difference it makes to the look and sound. Thanks to Chris and for all the help!!

  3. Seeker0131 (verified owner)

    2011 Ford Crown Victoria PI (P7B)-
    Expensive, but worth it. All of the clearance has been accounted for once installed, so no worries about fitment. A true bolt-on system. Mated it to the stock pipes, as keep noise to a minimum. Idle is the same, and is quite, until you open up the throttle, you’ll know they are there.
    I am running a 3.73 rear gear, so there isn’t much off of line, but once the cam kicks in at 2500 RPM…pulls like a freight train to redline.

    Word of advice:
    ~Follow the directions supplied to the “T” if you are having these coated. I had to do major contorting to squeeze these in.
    ~Extended Ball end Allen socket will be needed if not lifting the motor on the driver side (lift the motor, and remove the mount from the block if they are coated, remove the starter as well on the passenger side).
    ~I had two studs broken below the head surface, and removed them with a Grabit Extractor set found at my local hardware store. Again, follow the directions to a “T” as I side loaded the carbide bit in the stud and it shattered like glass.
    Removing can be done in two ways: #1-Remove the head, and take it to a machine shop that has an EDM Drill
    #2- Cut a slot with a Dremel tool with a wand and a cutting wheel, at an angle not
    to damage the sealing surface of the port, CAREFULLY, and use an extractor.

    Thank you Chris, and for the support. Questions were answered promptly, and easily. Took the time out his day to answer a question that I wasn’t sure about.

  4. Bronco Burgess (verified owner)

    Installed on my 2003 Town car
    The car has been tuned as well as has a 78mm intake. The headers made a noticeable difference in the higher RPM’s, have overall better response from the car. Had them installed by a professional shop mated to the stock exhaust system, I do highly recommend changing your pipes after installing these to get the full effect.

  5. Matthew Laird (verified owner)

    Installed on a 2010 Interceptor

    Sound great through the factory exhaust. Not too much louder but sounds much meaner inside the car. Paired with the ported intake plenum there is a noticable power difference even before a proper tune! Be prepared for snapped factory header bolts and possibly a dipstick tube snapping on you during this install. Mine was weak from the start and I was able to fix it without needing to pull the oil pan though it was close to needing that! Not the headers fault here but me being careless during install. 10/10 would recomend this mod especially if you are planning other motor modifications!

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