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Lt headers best quality

This is a discussion on Lt headers best quality within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; to all those kooks and american racing proponents out there i am an advocate for dynatech stainless steele long tubes. ...

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    to all those kooks and american racing proponents out there

    i am an advocate for dynatech stainless steele long tubes.

    I have a 2002 ws6 with the dynatechs flowing through a gmmg chambered system.top of the line all the way fitment ,weld quality and all t-304 stainless high gauge steele.

    Not cheap ,but the best quality usually isn't.

    The sound is incredible -the way these cars should sound.

    Gmmg used dynatechs on many of its stage 2 and 3 cars - nuff said

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    i guess u want someone to say congratulations and pat u on the back???

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    open headers = the way these cars should sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    open headers = the way these cars should sound
    WRONG! no exhaust!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    WRONG! no exhaust!!
    no exhaust is open headers lol

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    I'll stick with my QTP long tubes and ORY. Got a nice shine, gave me good power, nice fit, and big savings in the money dept. so I could buy several other things at the same time not just the headers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basballny2 View Post
    no exhaust is open headers lol
    isn't open headers still having longtubes or shorties on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    isn't open headers still having longtubes or shorties on?
    No exhaust as in no headers or anything really isn't possible. It can result in bent valves. Unless you like that kind of thing happening...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    isn't open headers still having longtubes or shorties on?
    cant really not have headers lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by third_shift|studios View Post
    open headers = the way these cars should sound
    AMEN... Dual cutouts off each header.... best mod i have ever done to anything.... love it and worth every penny...

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    Quote Originally Posted by squee View Post
    No exhaust as in no headers or anything really isn't possible. It can result in bent valves. Unless you like that kind of thing happening...

    I didn't say it was good for the car nor would I recommend it.... lol

    Open headers isn't that great for a car either... 02 sensors will go quickly.

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    dude its a dyno proven fact that stock cast iron manifolds flow better than dynatech stainless steel long tubes.

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    ^^^ waiting for a response lol

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    shoulda went with full U bolt style clamps instead of welds too...

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    yea i put my dynatech's on to tame my car. was too much for me. i tossed the SS band clamps that came with the kit and bought one steely U-bolt from advanced. i just re-used it on each joint, torqued it so hard i dont need any clamps anymore!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aetos View Post
    I didn't say it was good for the car nor would I recommend it.... lol

    Open headers isn't that great for a car either... 02 sensors will go quickly.
    I would like to know your reasoning to back this statement.....

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    bad reading nonetheless. . . .

    whether or not they will go BAD . . . . .could go bad from excessive exposure to elements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by side2000 View Post
    bad reading nonetheless. . . .

    whether or not they will go BAD . . . . .could go bad from excessive exposure to elements.
    they are reading the same air as if they had a tube after them..... and are in a tube under the car.... not much for elements under there

    I disagree with this thought process

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    they get bad readings from contamination of outside air. o2 sensors are too close to the outlet of headers. i'm sure eventually one of the guys on here that are "infamous guru" tuners will chime in on that one.

    as far as the o2 sensors goin bad, "elements" = water, dirt, etc. which all exist through condensation, dust, etc. car doesn't have to be runnning for 02 sensors to be destroyed. not sayin you cant run open header and be straight, i was just giving reasons. the undercarriage of your car is not impervious to "elements" just 'cuz it's under car. . . .

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