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AutoAgenda 06-05-2012 11:32 AM

2010-2011 Camaro V6 Stainless Works 1 3/4 or 1 5/8 Long Tube Headers 2.5 Collector
 
2010-2011 Camaro V6 Stainless Works 1 3/4 or 1 5/8 Long Tube Headers with 2.5 Collectors

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Increase performance, sound and gas mileage with Stainless Works' 2010+ Camaro Headers. 2010+ Camaro V6 304 SS headers with CNC mandrel bent 1-5/8" primaries and 2.5" slip fit collectors with high flow metal matrix catalytic converters and 2.5" lead pipes to fit factory connection point. Designed and made in our facility in the United States these headers are the top of the line in performance upgrades.
  • 304 Stainless Steel
  • 1 3/4" or 1 5/8" Primary Tube Size
  • 2.5" Collectors

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AutoAgenda 06-11-2012 09:18 PM

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PieNsky 06-12-2012 10:14 AM

SW used my Camaro to build these headers.

AutoAgenda 06-12-2012 11:15 AM

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Originally Posted by PieNsky (Post 5112183)
SW used my Camaro to build these headers.

Nice! I assume you got a set? :thumbup: How do you like them?

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Cyber Gray 06-13-2012 01:31 PM

I have them too and the best thing about these headers after quality is that they fit like a glove with no cutting or welding.

One Sick Camaro 06-13-2012 02:05 PM

I ordered a set any codes with these and should i get high flow cats was thinking of getting them

AutoAgenda 06-13-2012 03:04 PM

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Originally Posted by Cyber Gray (Post 5120649)
I have them too and the best thing about these headers after quality is that they fit like a glove with no cutting or welding.

:thumbup: Appreciate the review!

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Originally Posted by One Sick Camaro (Post 5120910)
I ordered a set any codes with these and should i get high flow cats was thinking of getting them

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mhog 07-26-2012 09:32 PM

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martyhalmi 08-06-2012 07:01 PM

what would the difference between long and short tube headers be? and what do high flow cats do?

John@AutoAgenda 08-08-2012 04:46 PM

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Originally Posted by martyhalmi (Post 5401633)
what would the difference between long and short tube headers be? and what do high flow cats do?

Basically in a nutshell the longer the header the more power that it's going to make. When building headers you want the tubes to be equal in length as that way the exhaust can exit the tubes and into the collector where it scavenges the exhaust and actually sucks it out v.s the motor trying to push it out, and the longer the tube the better.

I am sure there were others before this, but they really came into their own when CARB came out in California for emissions and long tube headers became illegal, so to skirt the new emissions laws in California people started coming out with short tube headers which are much shorter then long tube. That way they were able to get some of the benefits of the headers but still remain legal for emissions, but they don't make near the power that long tube headers make.

Keeping emissions in mind, the faster and less restriction you can get to get the exhaust gasses out in general is going to make you more power and the government made catalytic converters mandatory on vehicles, which for the most part are very restrictive to flow. Some states like here in Arizona and Nevada and others when it comes to emissions do not check to see if you have cats on your car during the emissions test, they just check to make sure you check engine light is out, but many others do a visual check and sniff the exhaust electronically. So to combat that companies started producing high flow cats that were way less restrictive to exhaust flow which kept you making good power but also kept you legal when it came to emissions, and also are a good way to quiet your exhaust down a bit if you don't like a pretty much open exhaust system.

Hope that helps.

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tonyept 01-20-2013 09:28 PM

HI (on my V6), just put on Stainless Works Long Tube Headers with High Flow cats, and the complete cat back system as well. I did not get an engine light initially, but it came on after the 4th start. I reset it twice, and it comes back on every 4th start. Any way to clear this permently??? Also, what's the best way to tune the V6 with a cold air intake and full exhuast mod... I'm sure there's alot more power to be gained.


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