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Old 11-20-2013, 01:54 PM   #1
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Ceramic or chrome headers?

The price difference is about 100 bucks so I'm just wondering what makes the ceramic ones worth that much more? Or if I should save the 100 and get the chrome ones.
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Chrome will heat up a lot quicker, and will lose its finish and get a burned color after a while, especially if it's a DD, unless it's strictly a show car get ceramic
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Chrome will heat up a lot quicker, and will lose its finish and get a burned color after a while, especially if it's a DD, unless it's strictly a show car get ceramic
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Ceramic for sure. Spend the extra money. You could buy chrome ones and have the ceramic coated locally but that'll cost just as much if not more than buying ceramic ones. Unless you can find cheap longtubes in whatever finish then coated. Also you can choose a color at a local place that coats.
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