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Old 11-23-2013, 12:26 AM
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Default Speed Engineering Race Version Headers Now Available!!

Hey, guys just wanted to let you know we got our headers in about a month earlier than expected.

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-1998-2002 F-Body Camaro & Firebird
-Full 1 3/4" Primary Tubes
-3" Collector
-O2 Sensor Bung Mounted on the Inside
-Polished Stainless Steel

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Speed Engineering LS1 1 3/4" Longtube Headers (1998-02 Camaro & Firebird) "Race Version"
https://www.speed-engineering.com/sp...e-version.html

Speed Engineering LS1 1 3/4" Headers & Off-Road Y-Pipe "Race Version"
https://www.speed-engineering.com/sp...e-version.html

Speed Engineering LS1 1 7/8" Longtube Headers (1998-02 Camaro & Firebird) "Race Version"
https://www.speed-engineering.com/sp...e-version.html

Speed Engineering LS1 1 7/8" Headers & Off-Road Y-Pipe "Race Version"
https://www.speed-engineering.com/sp...e-version.html


Speed Engineering LS1 Camaro Firebird Race Headers

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DAMN! I just bought some headers a few days ago because I didnt think these were gonna be out til Dec, WTF!

Great price for the LT/ORY, wish I had waited.
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nice , cant wait to hear how the install goes on these , my cuz is looking for some headers now and these sound perfect
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Sweet... how's the install on these guys?
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Fitment on these are really good. Plenty of room between the steering shaft, block, and K-Member. Its one of the reasons we changed the design. The AIR/EGR version is a little tighter than we wanted.

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Awesome. Looking for headers and a Y over winter and now that these are a race version that's even better. Interested to see installed photos...

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Sweet. I've been waiting on these. Will be placing an order for the LT/ORY package this week or next.
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Just placed my order on the race headers!!!! Thanks guys they look great!! I will keep you posted about the install.
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Originally Posted by unstable Vic View Post
Just placed my order on the race headers!!!! Thanks guys they look great!! I will keep you posted about the install.
Thank you for your order! They will go out Monday morning with tracking..

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Any future plans for some 1 7/8th headers so you can really give TSP a run for its money.
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Not at the moment. We are working on a truck version, and other misc intakes etc before we make a larger version.

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They look very stout.
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Look great and an even better price. No-brainer to go with these over anything else unless you want to spend $$$$ for 1-7/8" or name-brand
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I'm still deciding on a true dual or a Y-pipe setup. If I go Y, will just about any quality Y match up with your headers?
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Originally Posted by wav3form View Post
I'm still deciding on a true dual or a Y-pipe setup. If I go Y, will just about any quality Y match up with your headers?
Not sure, the only one we have tried to test fit so far is our stainless one.

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Nice product, seems a bit late to the market. Countless dynos and tracks have shown that 1 7/8" make more power, even on a stock car.

Are these made in house?
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Originally Posted by TImmy_Jones View Post
Nice product, seems a bit late to the market. Countless dynos and tracks have shown that 1 7/8" make more power, even on a stock car.
Could you please enlighten us toward which company produces 1-7/8" stainless headers that are available for $230?

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Originally Posted by demonspeed View Post
Could you please enlighten us toward which company produces 1-7/8" stainless headers that are available for $230?

None of them. I never had a mention of price.

I simply claimed that you were making a late entrance into a market, where the product you are offering may have been proven obsolete, even on a stock engine (compared to bigger headers, obviously there are gains over stock). Surely you are offering headers at a great price, however stainless steel headers with 1 3/4" primaries at a sub $200 price have been on the market for years, I owned a set and loved them.

Now if you offer some 1 7/8" headers at a sub $300 price point, you have found your niche.

Again, do you make these in house? If so I applaud you and the price is more than worth it, as I would be willing to pay for something made in the states, with a local customer service contact (why I bought Kooks).
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Originally Posted by TImmy_Jones View Post
None of them. I never had a mention of price.

I simply claimed that you were making a late entrance into a market, where the product you are offering may have been proven obsolete, even on a stock engine (compared to bigger headers, obviously there are gains over stock). Surely you are offering headers at a great price, however stainless steel headers with 1 3/4" primaries at a sub $200 price have been on the market for years, I owned a set and loved them.

Now if you offer some 1 7/8" headers at a sub $300 price point, you have found your niche.

Again, do you make these in house? If so I applaud you and the price is more than worth it, as I would be willing to pay for something made in the states, with a local customer service contact (why I bought Kooks).
https://ls1tech.com/forums/17311086-post18.html

In reference to your last question. If these are like them, then I'd venture the answer would be "no"

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Originally Posted by TImmy_Jones View Post
...stainless steel headers with 1 3/4" primaries at a sub $200 price have been on the market for years...
What is available today (and the past several years) in the $200 range are 1-3/4" inlets; they are 1-5/8" primaries: https://ls1tech.com/forums/generatio...primaries.html

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