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Old 01-03-2014, 06:39 PM   #1
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2004 v6 headers

Was wondering I know buying shorty headers won't make a diff for my car.... But I heard you can put on headers from like a 95 or 98 mustang and they will fit my car??

Is that true do I have the right year? My headers are so cracked that I have them welded so many times the muffler shop refuses to weld them anymore
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Old 01-03-2014, 06:57 PM   #2
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1999-04 have exhaust manifolds, it's why they crack and don't look too good.

I believe its 94-98 V6 mustangs that have them, my 1995 V6 has factory headers.
It's always better to just replace than it is to weld, the metals already weak welding it is just a temporary fix.

Look at some local salvage yards for a 1994-98 V6. There about as good as aftermarket shorty headers.
You could paint them while they're off too.
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So the 94-98 manifold will be a direct bolt up even the egr?
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Is it better to get the 94-98 manifolds or should i just get the ones for my 04 there both $150 and I seen some pace setters shorty headers for $135...
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Is it better to get the 94-98 manifolds or should i just get the ones for my 04 there both $150 and I seen some pace setters shorty headers for $135...
Those for 130+ or some from the local pull a part for 30?

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I called my local salvage yard they want 150 for the 96-98 manifolds or 04 ones...
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That's rediculous....

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I got mine for $40

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Sacramento sucks if they could charge is to take a shot they prob would
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