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This is a discussion on Anyone heard of or used these headers within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by El Toro Loco you know of any problems with them fitment issues etc. any dyno numbers he ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Toro Loco View Post
    you know of any problems with them fitment issues etc. any dyno numbers
    he had a problem with the y pipe but that was an easy fix.

    He started a giant thread about it with videos.

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    what do i search for that thread, can u you just go and make it true duall to get rid of the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Toro Loco View Post
    what do i search for that thread, can u you just go and make it true duall to get rid of the problem
    Possible.. LPP headers in the search

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    duh makes sense will do

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    Buy them! I have them on my car and I know 2 other's with them on their car and another guy who will be putting them on soon.

    If you are using emissions stuff (air and EGR) you will need to modify the fittings, but I had mine cut off and welded closed and got rid of all that emissions crap. You will just wanna get rid of the rear 02's and have the air, egr, and rear 02's tuned out for it to pass inspection.

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    I have them on my car. I cut off the emissions crap and welded the holes up. They did require a little modding, but not much. The passenger side slipped right in, and bolted up just fine. On the drivers side, I had to grind the tab on the side of the block a little to get it up in there, then I had to grind the lip on the k member where one tube was making contact. The collector was pointing up a little too much for my liking on the drivers side, so we pie cut it and pulled it down then rewelded it. Beyond that they fit pretty damn good and look good aswell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoscamaroSS View Post
    I have them on my car. I cut off the emissions crap and welded the holes up. They did require a little modding, but not much. The passenger side slipped right in, and bolted up just fine. On the drivers side, I had to grind the tab on the side of the block a little to get it up in there, then I had to grind the lip on the k member where one tube was making contact. The collector was pointing up a little too much for my liking on the drivers side, so we pie cut it and pulled it down then rewelded it. Beyond that they fit pretty damn good and look good aswell.
    Oh yea, forgot to mention that... One of my friends got them and we literally had no fitment issues whatsoever and it only took about 3 hours to do the swap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Toro Loco View Post
    you know of any problems with them fitment issues etc. any dyno numbers
    I put them on my Z. They fit on the car fine. But the issue that I had was getting the pacesetter y pipe to fit. I had to heat it up and bend it just a little. But they do look and sound great

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    I have heard of many people going with them, that plan on turbo setups. Since most turbo kits come with shortie headers or mainis. Deceent cheap route to go....

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