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    Default Tri-y headers

    Here is a link to some headers I am looking at. Let me know what you think everyone.
    http://www.clearimageautomotive.com/...%20headers.htm
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    Any thought? Any at all?

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    Hey Kyle, all my new posts pages are dissappearing so I didn't see your post till now. Tri Y headers are the newest & best tech for street/strip cars, but they are expensive & they don't make them for many engine/chassis combinations. I think this is because they are so expensive that not many people buy them, so they only make them for the MOST popular ones. If you can find a set that fit & you can afford them, I'd say buy em.
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    Those on that link are custom made for the 5.3L vortec motors. You can get them coated and all other things custom for the headers like y pipe and high flow cats

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    Hey Kyle, if you can afford the coating, GET IT TOO!! You gain performance 2 ways with the coating. Keeping the heat inside the tubes speeds up the flow, & keeping it out of the engine compartment also adds gains. That would be a set I would like to have but can't really justify the expense.

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    Yeah I'm on the same boat with you for the time being

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