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Old 01-23-2013, 07:41 PM   #36
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I have a borla cat back system with american racing headers and x-pipe and it is not too loud and sounds better than any i have heard

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I have a friend who owns a dyno/racing shop and if u do the research American Racing headers put out more HP than kooks
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Here's 1 7/8 sw's with offroad x and magnaflow comp catback

http://youtu.be/1Zdali81kC8
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So would like American Racing LT's hook up to the shorty X that comes with the Stingers?
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Thanks for the input but its a waist of money unless i find it mad cheap, im doing turbo in April2014, my warranty ends! If anyone is selling their setup lmk but till then, i might just keep putting my girl pretty-er!
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Does the headers stick out under the car too much, do u have any clearance problems?
There is zero clearance issues with these headers. I go over road bumps pothole ect. And nothing ever rubs or hits. Clearance from the steering shaft and starter is good as well. I had zero fitment issues or any other issues whatsoever. Late model restoration has my exhaust setup on their RTR 777 car.
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There is zero clearance issues with these headers. I go over road bumps pothole ect. And nothing ever rubs or hits. Clearance from the steering shaft and starter is good as well. I had zero fitment issues or any other issues whatsoever. Late model restoration has my exhaust setup on their RTR 777 car.
Sold!!! Going with SW as soon as possible. Thanks.
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Sold!!! Going with SW as soon as possible. Thanks.
SW is the best!
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I have a borla cat back system with american racing headers and x-pipe and it is not too loud and sounds better than any i have heard

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I have a friend who owns a dyno/racing shop and if u do the research American Racing headers put out more HP than kooks
So you have never had any problems with this setup, cuz I have borla stingers and was looking into getting LT headers an Xpipes but didn't know what companies had the same figment to put on my borla stingers.
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So i am able to get the JBA headers for a very low price via sponsorship, what is you guys opinion on these headers? They have been around since the 80's.
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So i am able to get the JBA headers for a very low price via sponsorship, what is you guys opinion on these headers? They have been around since the 80's.
just to give you something, I have their O/R X pipe and the build is rock solid. Definitely recommend their products. Not sure on gains with the headers, but if built like the X pipe would definitely be impressed.
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just to give you something, I have their O/R X pipe and the build is rock solid. Definitely recommend their products. Not sure on gains with the headers, but if built like the X pipe would definitely be impressed.
Thanks, i will give them a try.
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