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Old 02-08-2011, 01:53 PM   #1
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LG Motorsports Headers w/Magnaflow full 3" competition system

Im not a fan of the neckdown 3" to 2.5" with some of the header/cat(midpipe) systems out there. Is it possible to run the LG Pro headers 1 7/8 with or without cats 3" with the full magnaflow 3" system part no. 16483??? I have a good deal on the Magnaflow system, but I want to run the LG headers. Do they offer their system with just headers and cats w/o the x-pipe?

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Old 02-08-2011, 02:35 PM   #2
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Im not a fan of the neckdown 3" to 2.5" with some of the header/cat(midpipe) systems out there. Is it possible to run the LG Pro headers 1 7/8 with or without cats 3" with the full magnaflow 3" system part no. 16483??? I have a good deal on the Magnaflow system, but I want to run the LG headers. Do they offer their system with just headers and cats w/o the x-pipe?

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Yep. We can do that for you.

Let us know if you're interested and I'll get you a quote sir.

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Old 02-08-2011, 02:59 PM   #3
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Ive heard with Kooks and ARH that there is a section that will go back to 2.5in before the cat-back, is this true? If so, Do the LG headers do this as well?
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I have the kooks and the magnaflow exhaust on my car. I just had my muffler guy put in the hiflo cats and take the 2.5 piece out. Looks awesome and sounds sweet. Let me know if you need someone with experience to do it. Much cheaper than doing LG. I got a great deal so that is why I did it.
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Garceeya,

Can you elaborate on that a little more. Did you completely do away with the pipe from ARH? You lost me there a little bit. When you say he put in the peice, are you saying he installed 3in cats right after the headers and then connected them to your cat-back? Thanks for the help.

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Are the cats and offroad pipes for the LG LT's 3in inlet, 3in outlet?

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All these gains im seeing from LT's and cat-back and CAI has me harder than chinese arithmetic!!!
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Yep. We can do that for you.
I'm assuming you are able to do that by getting just the LTs from LG and then selling the HF Cat, from say KOOKS, that goes from 3"-2.5"?

Or....is LG now selling a HF cat that is 3"-2.5"?


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Ive heard with Kooks and ARH that there is a section that will go back to 2.5in before the cat-back, is this true? If so, Do the LG headers do this as well?
Yes....unless you buy the KOOKS complete system. Typically when you buy just the LTs with HF cats or an off-road pipe it connection pipe between them will be a 3" inlet and 2.5" outlet. That's where it will connect to the cat-back which will usually have a 2.5" inlet even if it's a 3" exhaust.

Now, if you buy a complete kit....for example KOOKS.....thier connection pipe will be 3" in and out. That's because they know you are going to be hooking it up at their 3" cat-back which will have a 3" inlet.

LG was the same way but might have changed by now.


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All these gains im seeing from LT's and cat-back and CAI has me harder than chinese arithmetic!!!
LTs/Tune/Exhaust change the car dramatically!

Mine went from 370 rwhp to 411 rwhp. That's with 1 3/4" headers. I probably would've been closer to 415 if I had 1 7/8".
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Here is an example. When you buy a set of headers with connection pipes (either HF cats or an Off-road pipe) they will usually come as a 3" inlet and 2.5" outlet.

That's because they have to assume you might hook it to the factory cat-back......which is a 2.5" exhaust.

Same goes in reverse. When a Mfg makes a cat-back, they have to assume you are going to hook it to the factory connection pipe. Which is 2.5" setup. That's why pretty much all cat-backs, even 3" ones, have a 2.5" inlet....to connect to the factory connection pipe.

Unless.....you buy a complete setup which is headers, connection pipe, cat-back. They usually make those in a 3" all the way through.

Here is a pic of some KOOKS headers from Maryland Speed. Notice the 2 HF cats in the center. One end is 3"...the other 2.5".
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Ive heard with Kooks and ARH that there is a section that will go back to 2.5in before the cat-back, is this true? If so, Do the LG headers do this as well?
The LG HF Cat is a 3" in and out.

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I have the kooks and the magnaflow exhaust on my car. I just had my muffler guy put in the hiflo cats and take the 2.5 piece out. Looks awesome and sounds sweet. Let me know if you need someone with experience to do it. Much cheaper than doing LG. I got a great deal so that is why I did it.
Exactly sir!


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Are the cats and offroad pipes for the LG LT's 3in inlet, 3in outlet?

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Yessir.

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All these gains im seeing from LT's and cat-back and CAI has me harder than chinese arithmetic!!!
LOL...it can be tough sometimes. Worth the work.

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I'm assuming you are able to do that by getting just the LTs from LG and then selling the HF Cat, from say KOOKS, that goes from 3"-2.5"?

Or....is LG now selling a HF cat that is 3"-2.5"?




Yes....unless you buy the KOOKS complete system. Typically when you buy just the LTs with HF cats or an off-road pipe it connection pipe between them will be a 3" inlet and 2.5" outlet. That's where it will connect to the cat-back which will usually have a 2.5" inlet even if it's a 3" exhaust.

Now, if you buy a complete kit....for example KOOKS.....thier connection pipe will be 3" in and out. That's because they know you are going to be hooking it up at their 3" cat-back which will have a 3" inlet.

LG was the same way but might have changed by now.




LTs/Tune/Exhaust change the car dramatically!

Mine went from 370 rwhp to 411 rwhp. That's with 1 3/4" headers. I probably would've been closer to 415 if I had 1 7/8".
LG isn't selling the 3" in/2.5" with their system. One could however get the headers only and then suppliment with a 3"/2.5" HF Cat from say, Magnaflow and roll out that way.


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Here is an example. When you buy a set of headers with connection pipes (either HF cats or an Off-road pipe) they will usually come as a 3" inlet and 2.5" outlet.

That's because they have to assume you might hook it to the factory cat-back......which is a 2.5" exhaust.

Same goes in reverse. When a Mfg makes a cat-back, they have to assume you are going to hook it to the factory connection pipe. Which is 2.5" setup. That's way pretty much all cat-backs, even 3" ones, have a 2.5" inlet....to connect to the factory connection pipe.

Unless.....you buy a complete setup which is headers, connection pipe, cat-back. They usually make those in a 3" all the way through.

Here is a pic of some KOOKS headers from Maryland Speed. Notice the 2 HF cats in the center. One end is 3"...the other 2.5".
Caverman-Great pic and thank you for contributing to the thought process here for everyone so that they can see what is meant by 3" in/2.5" out.

Here to help everybody...one Camaro at a time.

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Im not a fan of the neckdown 3" to 2.5" with some of the header/cat(midpipe) systems out there. Is it possible to run the LG Pro headers 1 7/8 with or without cats 3" with the full magnaflow 3" system part no. 16483??? I have a good deal on the Magnaflow system, but I want to run the LG headers. Do they offer their system with just headers and cats w/o the x-pipe?

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If money wasn't an issue I would go LG complete exhaust. There setup looks and sounds the best IMO.

This could have all changed by now but back when they first came out I was talking with them and they were selling just their header for about $1k. A set of HF cats will be about $350 - $400 or just a connection pipe was about $180. Then to have them ceramic coated was another $275.

So for headers, HF cats, and coating it was going to be close to $1700....that's not even with a cat-back. Then being that they are in TX there is another 8% tax. Same with there complete system....about $2400 + 8% tax + $275 coating. It was just out of my budget.

For a while LG was doing a free install/tune if you bought their complete system. That's a sweet deal but still it was just too much for me.

If you have the money then definately go LG and go through Ivan and at least you can save yourself the tax. Plus he seems to be a stand up guy and an active vendor.

Although I don't have any acutal experience with LG stuff, their headers/cat-back look and sound awesome!


I will throw in one last piece. Don't let the 2.5" inlet on a 3" exhaust bother you. There are plenty of fast Camaros out there running 3" cat-backs that have a 2.5" inlet. The difference in power from the 2.5" vs 3" is going to be extremely minimal unless you are running a bunch of HP. The big difference is really going to come in the sound. The 3" is going to have a deeper rumble over a 2.5".

Keep the Magnaflow since you have it and pick up some Headers and connection pipes. Spend your savings on a good tune.
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You guys are a big help, I'm stuck between Kooks/cats/3" magnaflow or full 3" LG System. The LG sounds so good, but I've had several Magnaflow systems And I know they don't have a drone and I'm worried about drone with LG.
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If money wasn't an issue I would go LG complete exhaust. There setup looks and sounds the best IMO.

This could have all changed by now but back when they first came out I was talking with them and they were selling just their header for about $1k. A set of HF cats will be about $350 - $400 or just a connection pipe was about $180. Then to have them ceramic coated was another $275.

So for headers, HF cats, and coating it was going to be close to $1700....that's not even with a cat-back. Then being that they are in TX there is another 8% tax. Same with there complete system....about $2400 + 8% tax + $275 coating. It was just out of my budget.

For a while LG was doing a free install/tune if you bought their complete system. That's a sweet deal but still it was just too much for me.

If you have the money then definately go LG and go through Ivan and at least you can save yourself the tax. Plus he seems to be a stand up guy and an active vendor.

Although I don't have any acutal experience with LG stuff, their headers/cat-back look and sound awesome!


I will throw in one last piece. Don't let the 2.5" inlet on a 3" exhaust bother you. There are plenty of fast Camaros out there running 3" cat-backs that have a 2.5" inlet. The difference in power from the 2.5" vs 3" is going to be extremely minimal unless you are running a bunch of HP. The big difference is really going to come in the sound. The 3" is going to have a deeper rumble over a 2.5".

Keep the Magnaflow since you have it and pick up some Headers and connection pipes. Spend your savings on a good tune.
I love the sound of the full LG system. Im really leaning towards this full system, b/c I plan to do a TVS soon and the 3" all the way back will be good for the extra power.
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I love the sound of the full LG system. Im really leaning towards this full system, b/c I plan to do a TVS soon and the 3" all the way back will be good for the extra power.
I agree....

If it was in my budget then I would've bought it as well. I got a smokin' deal on my setup so I couldn't pass it up.

One thing I might do is look at adding thier mufflers. When the weather gets a little better I might see if they have a used set we could try to fit on my Magnaflow system and see how well they fit/sound.
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Our header system is 3" all the way through.

The only time there would be any neck down would be if you order it for stock mufflers, and then we supply you with a 3" to 2.5" slip on that goes on so even at that none of the pipes are less than 3".

I have used our full system without mufflers and used MagnaFlow muffler only, but I have not tried their 3" cat back full mid section with our headers.

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Anyway to convert the 2.5 cats outlet to 3? I have the 3in magnaflows
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Anyway to convert the 2.5 cats outlet to 3? I have the 3in magnaflows
There is almost always a way.....question is, is it worth the money.

You could probably buy some cats that have a 3" inlet and outlet. Then you would need to cut off the front of your Magnaflow and replace it with a 3" inlet.

Unless you have an all out high HP car you're not going to really see any benefit from doing that. You would get a much better return on your money somewhere else.....like suspension parts or something.
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Im not a fan of the neckdown 3" to 2.5" with some of the header/cat(midpipe) systems out there. Is it possible to run the LG Pro headers 1 7/8 with or without cats 3" with the full magnaflow 3" system part no. 16483??? I have a good deal on the Magnaflow system, but I want to run the LG headers. Do they offer their system with just headers and cats w/o the x-pipe?

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You can get just the headers, headers and off-roads, headers and cats....system to the mufflers, or our full system with muffers. At any rate it is 3" all the way through. The only time there would be a neck down would be using our adapters down to a OE style muffler system.





Ease of Install
We learned a long time ago to make the system work, it needs to be easy for the user to install. So like our Corvette systems we made this as simple of a bolt on as you can get. All of our kits come complete from engine to mufflers or with mufflers and tips included so all you have to do is bolt it onto the car. Fittings slip together for the smoothest connection between pipes. This also makes our cats replaceable in the event of damage or you want to swap to an off-road setup for track use. The only cutting you would have to do, would be removing the stock mufflers if you want to use them with our kit as GM welded the OE system together complete from the manifolds back.

Configurations and Options
We offer our system in one of four different setups.
1. Full system with out cats, without mufflers
2. Full system w/cats and without mufflers
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All systems will come with off-road pipes included at no charge even for cat'd systems. All systems come with clamps, hardware, extensions, and now GM gaskets as well.


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  • 1 7/8" Primary size
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  • 3" high flow Siamese X pipe design
  • Connects to OE or OE replacment mufflers with included 2.5" adapter
  • All wires, hardware, extensions and GM gaskets now included
  • High flow optional 200 cell metal matrix catalytic converters
  • Off-road pipes included no charge on cat'd systems
  • 35+ RWHP GAIN!
  • LifeTime Warranty for original owner

Also a new feature on the Super Pro line is our merge collector with fire cone.




All LG Motorsports header kits are covered for the lifetime to the orginial owner against any defect or issue. Of course damage by accident is not covered.

MUFFLERS
Our LG designed mufflers are fully polished stainless steel. These also a full 3" throughout and end with a 4" double walled slash cut tip. Lightweight and combined with a straight through design give you little back pressure with a deep American V8 sound!


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