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Old 10-06-2011, 09:45 AM   #1
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I blew my header gasket on my Longtubes, how much HP am I losing and what should I do?
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Did you blow it up near the heads or down where ur mid pipe connects?
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Yea thats a bigger problem, ur jus gonna have to take undo the header and replace the gasket unfortunately. Im sure ur losen power
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These longtubes its a pain in the *** to work with
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Yea i know i hate them, its alot easier if you have a tubular k member.
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Yea, your loosing a decent chunk of hp because that's up high. Back pressure is a big key to hp and hp loss. Exhaust leaks are a head ache and with it leaking by the headers make sure yur not gunna melt anything...
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