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This is a discussion on header weight within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; going to get headers no matter what but i was wondering if the stock manifold and cats, weigh more then ...

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    header weight

    going to get headers no matter what but i was wondering if the stock manifold and cats, weigh more then a header and off road y-pipe

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    yes, manidfolds are very heavy compared to headers. At least my pacesetters were that way. Not sure what Stainless Steel headers weigh.
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    Stock manifolds are heavy compared to headers. I think GM made those manifolds out of cast iron.

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