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Old 01-29-2010, 07:39 PM   #1
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Default want pics of stainless works down and forward turbo headers.

Just curous to see if anyone has ever used these on there 4th gen before. Just wondering how they fit and how they look thanks alot.
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Those are not the right ones. If u read correctly. i asked for the down and forward headers. Those are there up and forward headers. Which do not work in the up and forward position on 4th gen f-bodies. If u flip those headers in the down and forward direction so they will fit 4th gens the turbos sit too far down. If u scroll farther down stainless works page they make a second set of turbo headers that i have not seen anyone use. they are also listed as down and forward headers but they do not go down really. they more just go straight forward. they would seem to keep the turbos high.These are the headers that i am looking for pictures of.
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http://www.ls1tech.com/forums/forced...o-headers.html

Search > advance search > keyword = "LS1 Down and Forward Turbo Headers" > search forum : Forced Induction..

use quotations when searching, advance search works wonders
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Search > advance search > keyword = "LS1 Down and Forward Turbo Headers" > search forum : Forced Induction..

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Thanks i did not come across that thread before. that last pic josh put up answered all my questions. Looks liek i finally found my headers lol.
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those arent it .. those are for the ls1 swapped rx7's and made for hinson super cars ..
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Up and foward Flipped up side down on a 4th Gen.





Same headers on a 3rd Gen the way they were intended.

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wonder what has to be done to fit the steering shaft with those headers in the 4th gen?
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wonder what has to be done to fit the steering shaft with those headers in the 4th gen?
same here. i'm about to pull the trigger on a set and this is the only thing holding me back
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Easiest way is a full on custom steering column. A couple of universals later and you would be set. It is do-able with the stock column you will just have to spend the time figuring out the shaft routing.
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Hey Josh could you tell me some more info on those headers on the 3rd gen? Maker?

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Hey Josh could you tell me some more info on those headers on the 3rd gen? Maker?

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It is listed in the post. They are the up/forward LS1 headers, in a 3rd gen with an LS motor.


Question on those Josh: How do you access the plugs? And can you leave the coils in the stock location and use stock style wires?
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It is listed in the post. They are the up/forward LS1 headers, in a 3rd gen with an LS motor.


Question on those Josh: How do you access the plugs? And can you leave the coils in the stock location and use stock style wires?
Plug accses and wire clearance is not bad at all. Here are some more pics that may show what you are looking for.









As for the 3rd Gen, its just a matter of flipping the install.









To bad they dont fit the 4th Gen like this.
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What are the chances you know the dimensions of the up and forward manifolds? I'm thinking about ordering them, but would like to take some measurements to see if they would fit the car they are going on.
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What kinda car you looking to put them in? I coud come up with some rough measurements tomarrow.
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What kinda car you looking to put them in? I coud come up with some rough measurements tomarrow.
92 Foxbody. Thank you much. I am maily concerned with how far they come out to the side for shock tower clearance.
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