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Old 05-21-2012, 09:13 PM   #281
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Damn well I guess ill keep waiting. Thanks for the info!!
if you search OBX LT1 camaro headers in google you ll find a few places who say they have them in stock.
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Old 05-21-2012, 10:20 PM   #282
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Honestly I have Googled all of em & called or emailed all of em Even ordered from all I found None in stock I need headers that size to let my 396 breath After custom nitrous pistons next check Im down to the little stuff
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Old 05-22-2012, 04:41 AM   #283
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i wouldnt be suprised if they made another big batch and released them for the summer months.
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:47 AM   #284
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These are back in stock. Just seen a set on ebay for anyone looking.
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Just saw this too, it seems ssaccessaries has them too. Many places still say "out of stock" tho.
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They look very nice. I wonder about the O2 bung in the top?
They look shorter than my Hedmans.
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Just an FYI, the lpp ORY fits mine great. Obviously with reducers but other than that it lines up nice


Does anyone know if these stainless y-pipes are still available anywhere? Didn't see any on Ebay.
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:56 AM   #288
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Shouldn't the Y-Pipe fit over the collectors instead of inside of them? That would seem to dramatically increase the likelihood of leaks.
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They look very nice. I wonder about the O2 bung in the top?
They look shorter than my Hedmans.
My FLP's are like that. The connector drops down from it's original location.
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My FLP's are like that. The connector drops down from it's original location.
My Hedmans are longer than those, the tops of my collectors are under the floor. No room for O2s on top.

Those are by far the best looking cheap headers I have seen.
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My Hedmans are longer than those, the tops of my collectors are under the floor. No room for O2s on top.

Those are by far the best looking cheap headers I have seen.
They are clones of Kooks headers.
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Ive had them for a year and absolutely love them. The "you get what you pay for" theory just doesnt work here. Had a great experience with mine.
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Ive had them for a year and absolutely love them. The "you get what you pay for" theory just doesnt work here. Had a great experience with mine.
I would rather spend my money with mfgrs in the U.S. than with rip-off artists off-shore to save a few bucks. That's one of our problems now.
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I would rather spend my money with mfgrs in the U.S. than with rip-off artists off-shore to save a few bucks. That's one of our problems now.
I have a pair of OBX headers for my '93 vette. They work great. No fitment or quality issues. Seems like they are direct copies of Stainless Works. I do agree with you but these same headers from Stainless are about $1200. Compare that to the OBX which were $495. Some U.S manufactures, especially for vette parts, have been ripping off the community for years. Finally there is a less expensive alternative.
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Shouldn't the Y-Pipe fit over the collectors instead of inside of them? That would seem to dramatically increase the likelihood of leaks.
It was just a mock up to make sure the y pipe i got was going to line up okay.

I have had these on my car for a year or so and the only thing I disliked about them was the 3.5" outlet. Reducers throw off the whole catback unless you modify your y pipe. Other than that. I love them
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I would rather spend my money with mfgrs in the U.S. than with rip-off artists off-shore to save a few bucks. That's one of our problems now.
Thats great, I dont have the cash flow for a 1200 headers setup.

My headers and ORY were 295 back in the day.
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So, it's OK to buy bootleg movies, music or software since it's cheaper?
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Will these make as much power as my rusty hooker long tubes?
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So, it's OK to buy bootleg movies, music or software since it's cheaper?
That's comparing apples to oranges really... Its what people can afford, not the fact of it being "right or legal"

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Will these make as much power as my rusty hooker long tubes?
Is that a serious question? If so, yes lol.
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That's comparing apples to oranges really... Its what people can afford, not the fact of it being "right or legal"



Is that a serious question? If so, yes lol.
Looks like I'm spending more money ... Damnit
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