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Laser02 said:
A lot of people on V6P have them. I've heard they sound good... They give pretty good gains, but are a pain in the ass to put on. And rust unless you get them coated.
these say that these are already HTS coated.
 

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Laser02 said:
You need to get O2 sensor extensions. Or ditch your cats and get MILs.
i was gonna get thier catted H-pipe for the long tubes & get extensions

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Laser02 said:
Should sound good and provide decent power. The short tube headers barely provide any performance gain. I hope you know someone with a lift though. LT driveway installs aren't fun.
i have militarty privliges so i'll either use the base auto hobby shop or get it done by a pro.
 

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Dom said:
Don't get chromed. Try crematic (sp?) coating them.
yeah but WHERE can i get them ceramic coated plus im gonna put some header wrap on there too.



extreme effects i will probablly end up ordering from you guys do you carry an h-pipe(catted) for those and i guess everything else i will need so so engine check light comes on?
 

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timpryor said:
extreme effects i will probablly end up ordering from you guys do you carry an h-pipe(catted) for those and i guess everything else i will need so so engine check light comes on?
Yeah, we have everything H-pipe with or without cats. But we do not carry MIL eliminators (check engine light dohicky).
Check the whole site. We carry tons of stuff for your 6.
 

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Extreme Effects.com said:
Yeah, we have everything H-pipe with or without cats. But we do not carry MIL eliminators (check engine light dohicky).
Check the whole site. We carry tons of stuff for your 6.
sorry 1 more question do you carry the O2 sensor extensions? i didnt see them on the site.
 

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HTS stands for High Temp Silver. They're painted. I have MAC shortys and they're holding up fine.
 

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HTS is High Temp Silicone:) It doesn't stop corrosion but suppose to slow it down, and it will scratch off very easily, noticed that after putting on the catback and draging it under the car:banghead:. I think i remember a while back someone saying that mac is starting to ceramic coat them? Most people get ceramic coated ones or the get them "jet hot" coated i think it is.
 
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