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Old 06-14-2007, 03:24 PM   #1
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damaged header?

i just got my bbk lt's today and it looks like theres a massive dent in one of em, im not sure if its supposed to look like that or if ups damaged it. anyway heres a few pictures from different angles. please take a look and help me out.
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Re: damaged header?

For steering linkage clearence maybe
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i dont know it looks kinda like dent up close im not sure though
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Re: damaged header?

Definately not. The steering on a fox/SN95 is lower on the header pipe than that.

*edit* Scratch that. I just looked at the header bolt pattern/placement and realized it's for a modular. I'd say just give Brother Performance a call and see if it's supposed to be like that. Better yet, email them that exact pic.
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Re: damaged header?

im pretty sure mine had the same exact "dent". Its to clear another part. And yes I have the bbk lt's.
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Old 06-14-2007, 10:31 PM   #6
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yeah your right i emailed that guy and he said there good to go i just wasnt sure, if u look at it up close it looks like it got smashed. thnx for the help
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Re: damaged header?

I had to put a dent in mine to get it to clear the motor mount on the driver side. MAC Shorties
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