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Old 08-27-2008, 11:40 AM   #1
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Shoulda known I couldn't make it through a season without doing some kind of mod. I installed some headers last night


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Hey Andrew (Nitrousfedmucle), I want my lift back

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Took my daughter to do a little baseline dyno pull.

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What type of headers did you use for it? Do the normal 4th gen LS1 headers fit? & what did it upt down for #'s?
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How many rwhp is the pass-mount child mod worth?
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What type of headers did you use for it? Do the normal 4th gen LS1 headers fit? & what did it upt down for #'s?
Dave, they are made by Hedman and sold through BRP Hot Rods.

1 3/4 headers designed to fit an LS1 swap in a second gen. They fit great, no hammers or torches needed

The car made 322 RWHP on a land and sea dyno.

The car has not seen a dynojet.


NJSPEEDER - no hp gain with the kid, I put her on the left side for traction

She woke up when I hit 5500, should've seen her face...she was like WTF ??
Took her a second and then she started digging it and has asked when we are going back to the dyno
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Looks good Marc I hope all is well!

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