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Old 03-13-2012, 03:13 PM   #1
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big gains from LTs?

Do any of our LT headers available produce a significant amount of hp and torque like some of the V8 ones do? was looking at the BBK set but unsure which will go best with my MRT 2.0/injen setup.
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18-20 peak if I'm not mistaken...waiting to see what Doug thorlys LT's produce
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If you have an after market intake , thent the long tubes produce a much smaller gain. Easier install on the intake and it produces just about as much gain....
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18-20 peak if I'm not mistaken...waiting to see what Doug thorlys LT's produce
sound about right. off peak is what like 33hp for bbk??
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On a totally stock car, BBK got 18 at peak and 33 off peak. Great numbers.

Add LTs to a car that already has exhaust and intake and I'd expect no more than 15 or so at peak, and maybe the 15 or 20 off peak.
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hmm well i do have the Injen CAI and MRT 2.0 already....A friend of mine was going to give me his V8 pipes since i have the axle back. now I'm semi hesitant on whether i will just go with shorties or LT. in the end ill prob just get LTs cause im hardheaded like that haha
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