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Old 06-27-2015, 08:36 PM   #1
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2013 5.0 pypes headers

Needs some help. I have put pypes headers on my 13GT. I have a little rattle or vibration on the passenger side of either the floor or the coming down to the floor when I come up through the gears about 2500 to 3500rpm. I checked the heat shield that wasn't rubbing there is nothing I can see hitting the header. Although there is a bolt that I can see on the body right when the pypes start to go down and I can put my finger in between the bolt and the header. Other than that I'm pretty much baffled. What's everyone's opinion?

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That bolt that is close but you can put your finger In between the body and it, does it look like its rubbing at all? Are there marks in the body of the car where it would maybe hit? Because you probably can imagine that your motor vibrates and under acceleration it torques to one side making it possible that bolt maybe does rub during that RPM range. Sometimes you have to start with the most obvious stuff before you start to go crazy ya know?


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Hey Ox, so I took my battery out to see that bolt which holds the a/c line in and sure enough that bolt wore a small groove in the header so I cut the threads off. But thanks for the response.
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Hey Ox, so I took my battery out to see that bolt which holds the a/c line in and sure enough that bolt wore a small groove in the header so I cut the threads off. But thanks for the response.

Oh sweet. Good to know. Glad you got it figured out.


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