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Old 10-09-2011, 02:18 AM   #1583
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AWESOME and welcome to the TEAM LLT with plates.

Other State is Washington. Belongs to heRS.

Come join the social group.

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Old 10-09-2011, 05:52 AM   #1584
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Those will void a warranty wont they?
Probably, but then again so does all my other mods. Need a mod friendly dealership. It needs to be proven that the mod caused the issue.

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Old 10-09-2011, 06:46 AM   #1585
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Probably, but then again so does all my other mods. Need a mod friendly dealership. It needs to be proven that the mod caused the issue.



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I guess I need to talk to the service manager.
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Old 10-09-2011, 06:47 AM   #1586
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What kind of HP gains does headers give on a v6?
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Old 10-09-2011, 10:48 AM   #1587
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Charity car show

Went to a car show yesterday and had alot of people asking about the TEAM LLT badges on the fenders. What they meant and where they came from. It was a great show and over 400 cars.They had to turn some cars away no more room. Could not stay to the end had to leave early it was our anniversary.We had dinner plans and then went to see the Adams Family Musical which was very good by the way.
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Old 10-09-2011, 11:32 AM   #1588
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Went to a car show yesterday and had alot of people asking about the TEAM LLT badges on the fenders. What they meant and where they came from. It was a great show and over 400 cars.They had to turn some cars away no more room. Could not stay to the end had to leave early it was our anniversary.We had dinner plans and then went to see the Adams Family Musical which was very good by the way.
Nice car. Love the Tee Shirt.
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Old 10-09-2011, 01:03 PM   #1589
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Went to a car show yesterday and had alot of people asking about the TEAM LLT badges on the fenders. What they meant and where they came from. It was a great show and over 400 cars.They had to turn some cars away no more room. Could not stay to the end had to leave early it was our anniversary.We had dinner plans and then went to see the Adams Family Musical which was very good by the way.
Great pic lookin good!....

That is awesome about the badging did you also tell them about the HP gains from them?......way to represent!
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Old 10-09-2011, 08:40 PM   #1590
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Thanks for showing off your Camaro and TEAMLLT.
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:28 PM   #1591
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LOL..........I just noticed that you had those on your signature list.

Yes, I will be doing my own install. Any tips? Did you need the O2 extensions?
I spent a lot of time crawling under the car and back. If you had help it would save a lot of time. Took me 7 hours.

Hardest part is getting to the bolts. You'll need a swivel attachment for some of them and I found that my ratcheting box end wrenches were very handy because you can only get a small turn on most of the bolts.

Drivers side is easiest for sure so if you get a friend to help make sure to give him the passenger side!

I thought I'd have to pull the alternater at one point but didn't need to.

I put some beach towels under the car so the headers wouldn't get scratched.
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:31 PM   #1592
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@BSR.........We have identical builds other than the BSR intake........
be prepared for a major increase in SOUND!!!

It was ridiculously loud after the headers, I mean OBNOXIOUS!

I ended up adding a resonated X pipe to quiet it down. The X took away some of the power but the trade off was a necessary evil.
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:43 PM   #1593
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@BSR.........We have identical builds other than the BSR intake........
I notice you have the Eibach springs and sways. They are on my list but the power stuf has first priority.
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I didn't need o2 extensions, I just had to pull the wiring a little bit away from some of the anchor points and make sure that you point the sensors towards where they will need to be hooked up to when assembling them.

P.S. I assembled the entire header system and then bolted them on, no need to put it on in pieces, if you know what i mean.

P.P.S. I always add dielectric grease to any wiring connections that you have apart. This ensures that there will be no corrosion ever.
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Old 10-10-2011, 04:55 AM   #1595
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What kind of HP gains does headers give on a v6?

Short headers show gains of 7 - 9 HP and usaully will not throw a CEL.

Long headers show gains of 20 - 30 HP and usually will throw a CEL.


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I spent a lot of time crawling under the car and back. If you had help it would save a lot of time. Took me 7 hours.

Hardest part is getting to the bolts. You'll need a swivel attachment for some of them and I found that my ratcheting box end wrenches were very handy because you can only get a small turn on most of the bolts.

Drivers side is easiest for sure so if you get a friend to help make sure to give him the passenger side!

I thought I'd have to pull the alternater at one point but didn't need to.

I put some beach towels under the car so the headers wouldn't get scratched.
Thanks for the tips. These will come in handy. I plan to buy a few tools that I currently do not have to help make the job go easier. Along with I have a great FRIEND who will be giving me a hand.

Do you remember what size box end you used?

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be prepared for a major increase in SOUND!!!

It was ridiculously loud after the headers, I mean OBNOXIOUS!

I ended up adding a resonated X pipe to quiet it down. The X took away some of the power but the trade off was a necessary evil.
Interesting. I didn't know it was going to be THAT LOUD. ....LOL

I will keep that in mind thou. Thanks

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I notice you have the Eibach springs and sways. They are on my list but the power stuf has first priority.
I have been trying to keep all my mods balanced as I perform them. A little of each in 3 areas. Performance, Cosmetics and Handling. So far so good.

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I didn't need o2 extensions, I just had to pull the wiring a little bit away from some of the anchor points and make sure that you point the sensors towards where they will need to be hooked up to when assembling them.

P.S. I assembled the entire header system and then bolted them on, no need to put it on in pieces, if you know what i mean.

P.P.S. I always add dielectric grease to any wiring connections that you have apart. This ensures that there will be no corrosion ever.

I had heard both on the extensions. Some needing them some not. I will start off with not and try and work the wiring to get where it needs to be. Thanks.

Good idea on the install together. I will look to do that too. Thanks.

I agree on the dielectric. I will be doing the same.

Thanks again for taking the time and writing this all up.
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Thats a pretty big HP gain just for headers.
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