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Old 09-29-2014, 02:39 PM   #1
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Long tube headers?

So I just ordered some headers and a family friend was saying it was a mistake because aftermarket headers always come loose and you can hear ticking from the engine? Is this true? If anyone has Pypes long tube headers, let me know, also give me a short review of them, thanks guys!


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Yeah don't listen to who told you that. They're no more likely to come loose than the factory ones. And Pypes is a pretty solid brand, you won't regret getting a set of long tubes for your coyote


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The person I heard that from has been building cars for years, so I took it into consideration. But I think I'll be alright. Thanks man


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Then he hasnt been building them well lol ...
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Invest in quality products, have experienced hands install your parts, and you shouldn't have any problems. You get what you pay for.
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The person I heard that from has been building cars for years, so I took it into consideration. But I think I'll be alright. Thanks man


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He probably doesnt know anything about the coyote platform and how mods these days will require a tune to go with it.
Where are you getting the headers installed op? Ive been reading from quite a few places it takes 8 hrs on a lift and 16 hours install time on jack stands.
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He probably doesnt know anything about the coyote platform and how mods these days will require a tune to go with it.

Where are you getting the headers installed op? Ive been reading from quite a few places it takes 8 hrs on a lift and 16 hours install time on jack stands.

Id rather have someone professional do it, but idk a good place or how much it will cost


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