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Old 05-24-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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I have borla cat-backs and BBK o/r x pipe and it sounds great but I think I want a little more, long tubes don't fit and I was curious what the best bang for your buck was headers wise that would fit my x pipe, any info would be greatly appreciated
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You have a full-length X pipe.
Nothing will fit.
You can buy shorty headers, but you'll be throwing money into the trash can. Shorties are totally worthless because they have an identical flow with the factory manifold.
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Ok, thanks, that's what I figured just wanted to clear it up
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You have a full-length X pipe.
Nothing will fit.
You can buy shorty headers, but you'll be throwing money into the trash can. Shorties are totally worthless because they have an identical flow with the factory manifold.
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I say sell the x pipe get lt's and shorty x
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You don't even need longtubes on these cars, not until you are making big power. Hell, even the terminator guys don't swap away from the factory manifolds until 600+hp, there is no need. The money spent on headers can be put to much better use somewhere else.
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I agree, but He's wanting more sound tho and lt's will help a little. Whatever you want to enjoy your car more
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Well on a 4v they pick up more hp. My friend picked up 19hp on the dyno from kooks
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Well on a 4v they pick up more hp. My friend picked up 19hp on the dyno from kooks
Kooks will also run you up near 1000 dollars lol
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Yea I was just wantin to mix up the sound a little but I'm kinda ballin on a budget lol I'm gettin termi front end next week then won't be able to work for a few weeks so I was just thinkin of ideas in the low hundreds range to mix up sound and maybe some HP gains
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Yea I was just wantin to mix up the sound a little but I'm kinda ballin on a budget lol I'm gettin termi front end next week then won't be able to work for a few weeks so I was just thinkin of ideas in the low hundreds range to mix up sound and maybe some HP gains
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