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headers

Discussion in 'Performance & Fuel' started by Bbad, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. Bbad

    Bbad New Member

    hey all just an update i ordered my pacesetter long tubes from summit waiting for them to come in.:great:
  2. Edgar_505

    Edgar_505 New Member

    cool!Did you ever consider Hooker Headers?
    How Much did you pay for your headers?
    I'm considering buying those but Hooker's would be my first choice..
    Let me know how those work out for you.:great:
  3. Bbad

    Bbad New Member

    i bought mine for 304 tax and all. the hooker headers i was looking at were close to 600.
  4. bradfordpoole

    bradfordpoole New Member

    Im an Edelbrock guy but I've heard Hooker was good nonetheless.
  5. Bbad

    Bbad New Member

    the pacesetters are great for the price
  6. TheUnit

    TheUnit New Member

    I would suggest some sort of thermal coating, and if you know a welder have them reinforce the flanges and primaries. Headers are definitely one of the things a person doesn't want to skimp on. The old saying usually proves true - you get what you pay for.

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