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Old 06-02-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Will shorty headers?

Will shorty headers make my car louder?
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:51 PM   #2
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Maybe a little tiny bit, the real difference is in the midpipe and the mufflers, and the size of the piping.
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Dont wast money on shorties. Go long tunes if any. And o/r mid for louder
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Dont wast money on shorties. Go long tunes if any. And o/r mid for louder
Why do they make shorties?
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Make money really. I mean they help slightly but not for the amount of money. Only get them if yours stocks broke and even then id use that as an excuse to go lt's
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Make money really. I mean they help slightly but not for the amount of money. Only get them if yours stocks broke and even then id use that as an excuse to go lt's
1000+ for headers vs 399 for ceramics. Same benefits as LT but not as much. Less torque loss and let's us run a bolt on catted or uncatted H. All they have out now is a X. I'd rather not chop up my exhaust if I don't have to. I have my reasons as well.
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Headers nowadays are pretty good flowing and even longtubes only really help if you are boosted.
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Headers nowadays are pretty good flowing and even longtubes only really help if you are boosted.
Actually for boosted cars you would want shorty headers not long tubes
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