Depends on your motor size and what you plan to do with the car.
In my opinion, if you're building a streetable daily driver with a small block, don't go with the super comps. They're 1-3/4" tubes as opposed to 1-5/8". That means you'll surrender some low end torque, which you don't want to do when you're running stoplight-to-stoplight with your buddies
They're also equal-length headers which are used more for racing.
The real experts here will give you more reasons. Your choice of headers will also depend on if you have angle plug heads, air conditioning, manual trans, power steering, etc. I recommend you narrow down the group of headers that will actually fit your application, then pick the best one for how you use your motor and the price.
BTW, I'll bet that $380 price for the super comps was without ceramic coating. Those puppies are high.
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