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Just got My LPP Headers

This is a discussion on Just got My LPP Headers within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; While I was on my tour/vacation of the east coast my dad ordered the LPP LTs and Y that I ...

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    Just got My LPP Headers

    While I was on my tour/vacation of the east coast my dad ordered the LPP LTs and Y that I had wanted for Christmas.

    They shipped to my door on only a few days for $600 even.

    Just opened them up and here are some pics....















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    They should go nicely with my DMH cutout!




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    Nice! Sucks that the Y-cutout is aluminized. We'll use one of my polished "304" Y-cutouts so it will match the rest of the system.

    As we were discussing through PM's (my PM box is full & to lazy to empty it) I think that the Y-cutout should get welded in or bring it to the shop and we will expand it to slide over.

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    LPP's are the best bang for the buck headers out there.

    the clamps are decent, but good enough to use forever, but nicer ones are a good purchase.

    the gaskets are okay, but I would also get a little higher quality set. the kit doesnt NOT come with header bolts though. due to the 1/2" thick flange, 1-1/4" is waht I advise

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    Quote Originally Posted by LT1 > LS1 View Post
    LPP's are the best bang for the buck headers out there.

    the clamps are decent, but good enough to use forever, but nicer ones are a good purchase.

    the gaskets are okay, but I would also get a little higher quality set. the kit doesnt NOT come with header bolts though. due to the 1/2" thick flange, 1-1/4" is waht I advise
    1/2" flange?

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    Yeah Brandon, a Stainless cutout would be better anyway. Could you bring one over if you can make it out Saturday?

    If it needs to be welded I can just take it to your shop at some point.

    And yeah, the flange is pretty thick, not sure about half inch. Let me measure it.

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    Just measured it and they're 3/8ths of an inch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TempleU_WS6 View Post
    Yeah Brandon, a Stainless cutout would be better anyway. Could you bring one over if you can make it out Saturday?

    If it needs to be welded I can just take it to your shop at some point.

    And yeah, the flange is pretty thick, not sure about half inch. Let me measure it.
    What cat-back do you have?

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    Just saw these puppies in person and damn their nice! Hopefully I can make it next weekend but you know the deal if I can't... I'll keep ya posted man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    What cat-back do you have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 01ws6er View Post
    Just saw these puppies in person and damn their nice! Hopefully I can make it next weekend but you know the deal if I can't... I'll keep ya posted man.
    You better!!!

    What else you got to do? I could just pick you up on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TempleU_WS6 View Post
    Just measured it and they're 3/8ths of an inch.
    huh.......the LT1 headers I got had 1/2" thick flanges.


    yes. I measures with 3 different tape measures. they are a new kind of thick!!!!


    i dont have any exact pics of the flange, but I'm positive they are that thick. thats why I had to order the header bolts. noone had long enough ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by TempleU_WS6 View Post
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    You better!!!

    What else you got to do? I could just pick you up on the way.
    That thing is gonna be obnoxious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    That thing is gonna be obnoxious!
    I know. I cant wait to hear what it sounds like.

    Most guys who talk about obnoxious rasp have the LMI. Maybe the LMII will have a little different sound. If not then ill start considering other mufflers.

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    I wish they would've had these out when I bought mine a few years ago. Really nice looking headers. Is that number 4 primary crushed down a little bit or is that just the angle. I also don't care for the Y being smashed like that but it should make it better clearance wise and I wouldn't sweat it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    I wish they would've had these out when I bought mine a few years ago. Really nice looking headers. Is that number 4 primary crushed down a little bit or is that just the angle. I also don't care for the Y being smashed like that but it should make it better clearance wise and I wouldn't sweat it.
    What picture makes the primary look crushed?

    They're all pretty much perfect.

    They Y is barely flattened. Its only for clearance and im sure its gonna help a lot. Ill have to take a picture of a side view.

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    the number 4 on that top picture. Looking at it again though I think that's where they stamped their logo. Either way those things look awesome. The welds look great and those flanges look nice and thick. Definitely worth what you paid for them.

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