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Which of these headers/exhaust would be best?

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    Which of these headers/exhaust would be best?

    Okay, take into account that I'd like to not spend over $1k on a pair of headers/exhaust which of the headers/exhaust should I get for my 94 z28. It's all stock now, but I'll be getting most of the basic bolt ons within the next few months.

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    http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...1994&partid=83

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    http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...1994&partid=24

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    hooker headers and flowmaster or magnaflow exhaust. If money wasnt an option i would of said the borla exhaust.

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    I would say pacesetter LTs and a TSP rumbler catback....sounds freekin awesome on LT1 Camaros. I would probably just buy the catback and get whatever tips you like seperately. The magnaflow catback is really nice also. If you are getting headers, you will also need a y-pipe. If NC has an emissions inspection, I would just have a muffler shop weld up a y-pipe with high flow cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarolvr69 View Post
    I would say pacesetter LTs and a TSP rumbler catback....sounds freekin awesome on LT1 Camaros. I would probably just buy the catback and get whatever tips you like seperately. The magnaflow catback is really nice also. If you are getting headers, you will also need a y-pipe. If NC has an emissions inspection, I would just have a muffler shop weld up a y-pipe with high flow cats.
    So how about first set of headers on http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...4&brandid=4193 ? It comes with a y pipe already I believe.

    And then this exhaust sytem? http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...3&brandid=4049

    That would be a total of $775 for the headers and exhaust.

    How much does it usually cost to pay someone to put these in? I've never messed with putting them in before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xinthenight View Post
    So how about first set of headers on http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...4&brandid=4193 ? It comes with a y pipe already I believe.

    And then this exhaust sytem? http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...3&brandid=4049

    That would be a total of $775 for the headers and exhaust.

    How much does it usually cost to pay someone to put these in? I've never messed with putting them in before.
    ICK! SIDE DUMPING EXHAUST!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xinthenight View Post

    How much does it usually cost to pay someone to put these in? I've never messed with putting them in before.
    It would cost you an arm and a leg, your first born child and your life savings lol.


    Jk, but it would cost a lot unless you did it yourslef, or had a friend do it.
    A reputable shop will probably charge you over a grand.

    I did it myself, and I do understand why they cost a lot to install....its hard work if its your first time. You got a lot of rusty hangers and bolts And the catalytic converters are a PITA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertibird54 View Post
    ICK! SIDE DUMPING EXHAUST!
    Crap, wrong link. Internet isn't going very fast right now(hotel crap) so when it goes a little better I'll link to the ones I meant.

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