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LPP Stainless Steal Headers.

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    LPP Stainless Steal Headers.

    How do they compare to other stainless steal headers such as KOOKS and other top of the line headers? I am mainly concerned about the fitment and ground clearance of the headers because of how cheap they are for stainless steal.

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    From what i've heard they are a very nice compromise
    If you can dish the cash out, I would still go with a set of kooks, have yet to hear of anyone complain about em

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    From what i've heard they are a very nice compromise
    If you can dish the cash out, I would still go with a set of kooks, have yet to hear of anyone complain about em
    Yea I know kooks are one of the best but I was planning on getting the LPP x pipe and if I buy there headers with the x pipe I get 50 bucks off

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaws6 View Post
    Yea I know kooks are one of the best but I was planning on getting the LPP x pipe and if I buy there headers with the x pipe I get 50 bucks off
    That makes sense
    I was considering that x-pipe myself
    If you're happy with the price then i would go for it
    Heard good things about LPP

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    That makes sense
    I was considering that x-pipe myself
    If you're happy with the price then i would go for it
    Heard good things about LPP
    You know anything about the ground or K member clearance?

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    did a little research lots of people are happy with them
    a few have had slight problems with hitting the k member and if you have a umi k member they wont fit

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    Ill vouch on the y-pipe. THey fit great to my OBX headers. The y-pipe has extra hanger support on the driver side that bolts right in on a heat shield bolt under your car (f-bodys) and the o2 bungs are located right were your o2s are located so you can still use your old o2s or sims if you go that route like i did. heres a pic

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaGrooms83 View Post
    Ill vouch on the y-pipe. THey fit great to my OBX headers. The y-pipe has extra hanger support on the driver side that bolts right in on a heat shield bolt under your car (f-bodys) and the o2 bungs are located right were your o2s are located so you can still use your old o2s or sims if you go that route like i did. heres a pic
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    Yea I've heard some good stuff about there y pipe but I am definitely going for some duals

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatertot91 View Post
    did a little research lots of people are happy with them
    a few have had slight problems with hitting the k member and if you have a umi k member they wont fit
    Well I guess its a good thing that I dont plan on getting a umi k member then. Thanks for the help

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