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$1294.99

Available soon, the same great quality as the Dynatech Corvette and F-body headers! One of the nicest set of headers I have personally seen. Complete system includes highflow cats. Bolts directly to the factory catback.

Official pictures and shipping dates to come soon!

A great alternative for those who need catalytic converters!

We also will have another batch stainless works offroad longtube headers coming within 4-5 weeks.
 

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$1294.99

Available soon, the same great quality as the Dynatech Corvette and F-body headers! One of the nicest set of headers I have personally seen. Complete system includes highflow cats. Bolts directly to the factory catback.

Official pictures and shipping dates to come soon!

A great alternative for those who need catalytic converters!

We also will have another batch stainless works offroad longtube headers coming within 4-5 weeks.
You can test that on my car to make sure its truly proven :hail:
 

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Now we're talking. Any dyno numbers? I may have to change my mind from the shorties..........I may have to get a second job.........
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We've installed this brand on many corvettes and camaro's and have been more than happy with them :)

No dyno numbers yet! We'll take pre orders now. I expect the gains to be similar to SW headers with cats.

The stainlessworks headers are great too, I dont want to downplay them at all.
 

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What gains can be expected and is there any cutting welding or can this be done in my driveway?
 

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I'd say 25-30 RWHP gains, its hard to say with the cats. No cutting and welding. You'd have to get the car pretty high but you can do it. I know someone on the board has already done it in the driveway.
 

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What diameter are the primary tubes, 1-5/8" or 1-3/4"?
How about the flange, 3"?
 

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You'd have to get the car pretty high but you can do it. I know someone on the board has already done it in the driveway.
Higher than normal jackstand height??
 

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Will this system be emmisions legal? Looks like what we need here in Ohio.
Does the steering rack need to be lowered to install this set of headers like the SW units?
 

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AS long as the cats are there and the O2's are switching, it'll be legal.

If you decide to go catless, you can simply plug the post cat O2 sensors with Simulators to trick the PCM into thinkning they're there and operating properly.
 

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Higher than normal jackstand height??
If this makes any sense. I don't know if I'm who he is referring too, but I did mine in my driveway. I was too impatient to wait for a friends lift. I almost ran out of room with the Jack. The stands I used still had some height, but I used a Craftsman 3 ton jack. About one more inch and it would have been beautiful(I know I'm getting crucified on that comment).
I did get them in, just would been nice to have a little more room.

Here's my question though. What is the outside diameter of the cats?
 

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I notice that neither the SW or supermaxx headers have any coating on them? Can they be Jet Hot coated???
 
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