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View Poll Results: What is your preferred Header?

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  • Dynomax

    1 5.56%
  • Edlebrock

    2 11.11%
  • Flowtech

    2 11.11%
  • Hedman

    0 0%
  • Hooker

    9 50.00%
  • JBA

    0 0%
  • Make your own from kit

    0 0%
  • Stock/don't want headers

    4 22.22%
  • Thorley

    0 0%
  • Trickflow

    0 0%
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  1. #1
    TrailLeadr's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    Coventry, Rhode Island

    Default Preferred exhaust header

    We had a pretty good turn out on votes for the preferred Cold Air Intake (CAI), and some great tid-bits of info worth taking into consideration if you're in the market for a CAI. The CAI poll is still open, so if you haven't voted you still

    But lets move on to preferred headers.

    As before, please vote on your preferred headers, and if you like point out ones that are good, but didn't make the list. As always feel free to tell us why you think your preferred headers are either better than other, or not.

    Happy voting!
    Rhode Island

  2. #2


    I've always had good luck with Hooker headers, but then again I'm old school. What do I know.


    2007 Ford E250(Work van) (Ya, Ya, shut up!)
    1996 GMC Sierra SLE 1500 5.7L/4L60E

  3. #3
    TrailLeadr's Avatar
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    Coventry, Rhode Island


    So one vote for flowtech, and one for hooker

    Jamie, we all know why you choose hooker let's keep it clean.
    and for goodness sakes man...stop giggling every time you read or say "hooker headers"

  4. #4


    I've only tried one vehicle with a true balanced and tuned exhaust, it was by Flowtech. But man was it sweet. It was done by Flowtech people and what a huge difference it makes when it done by a professional. The power and sound. I can imagine MPG was better too.

  5. #5


    iv had hooker, flowmaster and pase setter headders and id have to say that the hooker deffinatly gave me the best deep sound that i wanted out of it i left the flowmasters on my gmc just bc sometimes i like the sound of them
    Padraic O'Neill
    1990 Chevy K-1500
    305 5.0L short bed 4x4
    new tune up..synthetic oil only..turbo 400 3 speed trans, 10 bolt rear end just flushed both axles and added royal purple full synthetic gear oil...

  6. #6


    yea my friend is running the hookers on his 1500 pickup and says that they do help with better flowing exhaust and they gave him better mpg too. they sounded great too.
    I work alone, I strike hard and fast.
    I am a one-man shadow warrior.
    I am Splinter_Cell

    1995 4x4 chevy suburban 5.7

  7. #7

    Default THE BEAST :whip:

    Hooker's seem to give better flow. The ceramics last much longer: :

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