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This is a discussion on Kooks Headers within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have the oppurtunity to buy a pair of Kooks LT for 400. Will the 6.0 headers match up with ...

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    I have the oppurtunity to buy a pair of Kooks LT for 400. Will the 6.0 headers match up with a 5.7.

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    Even if they dont you could prolly still sell them to make some $$$....400 is cheap.

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    6.0 headers will match up to the 5.7.

    BUT...they more than likely will not fit in that T/A of yours. You need F-Body headers.
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    Where do I look to see? Is it because of the clearance?

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    Because they fit the car different.
    Clearance on the k-member, firewall, wheel wells, etc...

    They need to be F-Body longtubes.

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    Bringing this back to life for one question. Will 2000 LS1 F-body headers fit an 02 6.0L HD ECSB P/U?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Because they fit the car different.
    Clearance on the k-member, firewall, wheel wells, etc...

    They need to be F-Body longtubes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pewterls1 View Post
    Bringing this back to life for one question. Will 2000 LS1 F-body headers fit an 02 6.0L HD ECSB P/U?

    Not 100% sure but im pretty sure they wont because the two vehicles are setup totally different i mean ones a truck and the others a car...i mean you could find a picture of the headers for the truck and compare them to a picture of the F-body headers but im pretty sure they wont fit
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