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Old 05-15-2012, 09:49 AM   #1
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Headers??

What kind of headers does everyone recommend? Im looking at BBK long tubes. If there is anything better out there please let me know.
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Re: Headers??

There are 'better' headers but BBK puts out nice numbers which I think is the bottom line goal.

People have said BBK has fitment issues. Some say they haven't. Pypes LT have been said to have fitment issues yet mine didn't. The higher priced headers are usually top notch quality but if you can sacrifice some HP here and there, you can save a ton of money.
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Well everything has a problem sometimes. I just dont think i could put the headers on myself because i looked up the installment and had no clue about half of the stuff they were talking about. I think bbk is the best with the all around sound and hp. I will probably just have to get a friend to help or pay someone to put them on
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Re: Headers??

Headers are simple in theory but time consuming. If you do not have a lift, you need to at least get the car up high enough for the angles you need to maneuver the new headers in.

Fitment can be an issue on cheaper headers and may turn into head ache. If you have a second car, then that would help in case it takes you a couple of days to get it all right.

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I have a friend that has a lift to get the car up to get them to fit in. I will just have to find time to get them in. And will they fit with any exaust? I have a BBK o/r x-pipe with dynomax catback exaust.
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Re: Headers??

Check with BBk first. Some X pipes mate up to only certain configurations. Rare is the case but just be safe.
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