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Old 11-03-2012, 10:13 AM   #15
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Hi Ted,

I was looking at the Stainless steel works. Why do you prefer the Dynatechs?

1 7/8---- 2" ----- 2 1/2? What is the difference. I would guess low end torque? I have an automatic.
I sell both, Either will do fine from a performance standpoint.

There are some Features that Dynatech has that no one else does that I prefer.

One of which is the Collector to Cat connection, Ball and socket with an OEM style Graphite donut gasket, Reusable, with 4 bolt 3/8 thick flanges.

I also like the GM gaskets and new bolts that are included.

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Old 11-03-2012, 07:00 PM   #16
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I sell both, Either will do fine from a performance standpoint.

There are some Features that Dynatech has that no one else does that I prefer.

One of which is the Collector to Cat connection, Ball and socket with an OEM style Graphite donut gasket, Reusable, with 4 bolt 3/8 thick flanges.

I also like the GM gaskets and new bolts that are included.

Ted.
I am told that the Stainless Steel Works, you don't have to cut the belly pan.

How about the Dynatech?
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Old 11-03-2012, 07:35 PM   #17
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I ran Stainless Works and I don't know where you heard you don't have to cut the belly pan but mine were in direct contact so I cut it. Didn't need much and isn't enough to affect the function but I definitely would not drive it with the belly pan touching the collectors!
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Old 11-03-2012, 09:55 PM   #18
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I ran Stainless Works and I don't know where you heard you don't have to cut the belly pan but mine were in direct contact so I cut it. Didn't need much and isn't enough to affect the function but I definitely would not drive it with the belly pan touching the collectors!
It was on there thread. Minor trimming of the lip that turns up, but it was far less then ARH, which looks to be a 3 x 5 inch portion on each side.
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I am told that the Stainless Steel Works, you don't have to cut the belly pan.

How about the Dynatech?
I find that very hard to beleive

Yes minimal
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I didn't have to trim my pan, but you can't buy the full length headers anymore Mandrel bend solutions was the brand.
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Putting headers on really never makes anything louder, it is a pinging sound that I hear that is different. That's on the outside.
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Putting headers on really never makes anything louder, it is a pinging sound that I hear that is different. That's on the outside.
You would be right if you were able to keep your stock cats, but in this case you can not so it does get louder out the back

The ARH Shorties retain the factory cats and will not be louder.

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