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    Need help choosing Long Tube Headers and YPipe

    Ok so Ive settled on what cat back Im going with. I have decieded to go with the Texas speed Rumbler cat back(non x pipe version) with the magnaflow tips.
    http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/item...d=195&catid=46

    . Please give me advice. I need a header that will be able to stand up to occasional winter driving yet look good and last a long time and give performance! P.S. I want a Catted y pipe to keep it toned down a bit!
    However Im at a loss as to what header to use! Below are some links to the setups I've been Eyeing. Thanks guys!

    Texas Speed
    Headers
    http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/item...d=899&catid=45
    y pipe
    http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/item...d=189&catid=45

    Kooks header
    http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/item...d=664&catid=45
    with this y pipe
    http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/item...d=189&catid=45

    Or this SLP set up though I heard They were Redesigned with more clearance now supposedly

    http://www.lmperformance.com/24191/1.html


    Im also looking at these but I've never heard of them before!

    http://www.lmperformance.com/19831/1.html

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    Also I will be getting a tune done after this!

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    Kooks and pacesetter make great headers. Get at least ceramic or stainless if you have the extra money. They will hold up ok for winter weather.

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    yea Im leaning towards the kooks setup due to being stainless but we will see!

    Any other opinions

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    Here is the setup I decided on

    Kooks header

    Texas speed and performance Catted Y pipe

    Texas speed and performance cat back rumbler exhaust


    What do you guys think?

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    get it sounds like a great setup to go with

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    Yea I figure if i got the spare money I might as well do it right the first time!
    Its only money right, not like you can take it when u die lol

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    ive had pacesetters for 4 years now and could not be more happy.
    im not a huge fan of stainless simply because of the cost.
    with the cost savings of coated pacesetters, a person can get another mod.
    its not like coated headers will rust threw anytime soon.
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    Jet Hot Headers and Jet Hot ORY, they fit good and have no clearance issues.

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