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Old 06-12-2013, 08:29 AM   #69
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You won't have to wait long. A set was installed on a ZL1 yesterday afternoon.
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Old 06-12-2013, 08:41 AM   #70
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Whoa, thats what I call on time info.
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Old 06-12-2013, 09:24 AM   #71
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You won't have to wait long. A set was installed on a ZL1 yesterday afternoon.
Are there any pictures. Would like to see the fitment with the belly pans

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Old 06-12-2013, 09:52 AM   #72
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Are there any pictures. Would like to see the fitment with the belly pans

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Old 06-12-2013, 10:01 AM   #73
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Ok, I would like to respectfully request that Pfadt slow down development because my credit cards are still a little hot to the touch, and I already have a nice set of headers, and... and I don't really NEED these, you know? And everything on the car is working perfectly right now and it would be silly to mess with that, right? And... and... I'm NOT addicted to modding; Pete from Pedders is WRONG, WRONG I TELL YOU!!!
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Ok, I would like to respectfully request that Pfadt slow down development because my credit cards are still a little hot to the touch, and I already have a nice set of headers, and... and I don't really NEED these, you know? And everything on the car is working perfectly right now and it would be silly to mess with that, right? And... and... I'm NOT addicted to modding; Pete from Pedders is WRONG, WRONG I TELL YOU!!!
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Old 06-12-2013, 11:42 AM   #76
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I have a feeling my thoughts of getting Stainless Power headers to save a few bucks are out the door right now... lol

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I have a feeling the whole header debate of cheap cost vs the high brands is now gonna get tossed out the window! If there is a clear difference in gains, NOW it changes the reasoning behind which header you pick! Can't wait to see more results and pics on these!
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Old 06-12-2013, 12:25 PM   #78
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I'll be getting these to go with my VVT cam for sure. I love the Tri-Y design. Time to roast some Mustangs in October.
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Old 06-12-2013, 01:25 PM   #79
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I kept looking at how these were tri y's but I finally see in this picture (right below) how they go from 4-2 right at the end then 2-1 almost instantly (when comparing to doug thorley's)



Pretty interesting when you compare the two tri y's



notice how the DT's go from 4-2-1 with a more even distance apart.
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Old 06-12-2013, 06:18 PM   #80
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I have a feeling the whole header debate of cheap cost vs the high brands is now gonna get tossed out the window! If there is a clear difference in gains, NOW it changes the reasoning behind which header you pick! Can't wait to see more results and pics on these!
Not that these wont be great and maybe better but didn't KOOKS stepped headers already do this?
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I kept looking at how these were tri y's but I finally see in this picture (right below) how they go from 4-2 right at the end then 2-1 almost instantly (when comparing to doug thorley's)



Pretty interesting when you compare the two tri y's



notice how the DT's go from 4-2-1 with a more even distance apart.
It would be interesting to see these two tested side by side,
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Not that these wont be great and maybe better but didn't KOOKS stepped headers already do this?
I believe so, but the difference in hp was not as much as these. That's Y it will be interesting to see more results.
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Not that these wont be great and maybe better but didn't KOOKS stepped headers already do this?
Gains weren't as high. The Kooks stepped-headers are popular because they increase both low end and high end numbers, downside is that your max gains aren't as high.

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I believe so, but the difference in hp was not as much as these. That's Y it will be interesting to see more results.
no pun intended right? lol
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Old 06-12-2013, 07:06 PM   #84
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Gains weren't as high. The Kooks stepped-headers are popular because they increase both low end and high end numbers, downside is that your max gains aren't as high.


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Tri-Y is definitely the way to go... now its going to be a matter of cost for a lot of folks, the DTs are A LOT cheaper and as far as power, I picked up a dyno proven 37whp/45ft-lbs... so with either, the gains are real

i'm not going to get into a craftsmenship or any other debate... because these headers look like the real deal and probably superior to the Doug Thorleys, but lets be honest, through Doug Thorley I have my entire exhaust from header to tip(for $1200/shipped) which is less than these will hit the market just for the headers... so that is a real world issue, but then again, you pay for what you get...

I don't understand why people are still buying NON tri-y headers... you get MORE power, more torque, a low power band, etc... they are SUPERIOR people, have been for a WHILE now, across the board, camaros, mustangs, corvettes, you name it... Tri-Y

I don't have a whole lot on my car(stock converter, cam, etc.) but it runs STRONG for what it has... why? research... I buy parts that I know give gains... simple

and PFadt is known as a supplier that gives results, from their suspension to their headers... its all about results, getting your car from point a to b faster than the car in the other lane or on the track with you
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