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Anyone use edelbrock long tube headers?

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    Anyone use edelbrock long tube headers?

    I am looking at a set of edelbrock longtube headers , ory and true duals for $325, used of course. Has anyone used edelbrock long tubes on their car, and if so how does it sound? Also how is the fitment? I have a 98 ws6 , a4.

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    Edelbrocks are awesome for that price get the hell off the computer an go buy em.

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    Edelbrocks are awesome for that price get the hell off the computer an go buy em.

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    post back up your results after everything is said and done. I've been curious about those headers as to how they fit and people like them. Edelbrock has a helluva reputation and I would expect them to be nice headers. I just never see people running them.

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    There have been several guys to get them as of late. They look awesome and supposedly fit perfectly. For a stepped header with a 3.5" collector you sure can't beat the price. supposedly the Y is one of the best on the market as well. It is supposed to offer great clearance even though it is larger than 3". Not that I am unhappy in any way with my Pacesetters but I wish I would've spent the very small difference more and got the Edelbrocks.

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    Hmm. I didnt think edelbrock made long tubes for our cars.

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    heres a link to that other site with a review of the Edelbrock long tubes. They look real nice.
    http://ls1tech.com/forums/showthread...lbrock+headers

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    Any pics of the Y-pipe?

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    Best i can do. Just scroll down. Not the best picture but it's not flattened at all and is supposed to fit well with great clearance.
    http://www.edelbrock.com/automotive_...ers_race.shtml

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