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Old 05-31-2009, 07:29 PM   #1
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Old 05-31-2009, 07:32 PM   #2
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very nice and clean fit as usual guys!! second to none
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Old 05-31-2009, 07:37 PM   #3
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hmmm, i have to wonder, since you retained the CAT's would the car be emissions legal, say, in Ontario?? lol
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Old 05-31-2009, 07:43 PM   #4
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Very nice.. I want to hear it!
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Old 05-31-2009, 07:48 PM   #5
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Looks very nice, waiting on my set and my car. Do they fit in from the bottom? Without loosening motor mounts or other accessoties? Looks like just the plug wires.

I'd like to hear it also. Were those gains with stock mufflers or intake?
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Beautiful install...I cannot wait!!!
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:02 PM   #7
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:15 PM   #8
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hmmm, i have to wonder, since you retained the CAT's would the car be emissions legal, say, in Ontario?? lol
I have no idea what ontario's emissions laws are sorry maybe ask some locals what they do it should be the same with the Vette guys and such

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Looks very nice, waiting on my set and my car. Do they fit in from the bottom? Without loosening motor mounts or other accessoties? Looks like just the plug wires.

I'd like to hear it also. Were those gains with stock mufflers or intake?
I stole this from Nick in the other thread-

Guys, Other than the steering shaft, which takes all of 30 seconds to remove from the rack, nothing else has to be done to slide the headers in. These systems are actually about the same to install as our G8's mainly because their engine compartments are very similar. If someone isn't holding the headers from the top when they slide in, they will fall out. Our Camaro headers "are not" the same as our G8's. It would have been nice but we knew 5 minutes after removing the stock manifolds that a redesign was necessary. They are different because of the oil cooler and the floor boards. BTW, I know of no dealer that has not honored a warantee because of a header install.

We have another car coming this week I think we'll try and video then. Those results are stock mufflers and stock intake
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I have no idea what ontario's emissions laws are sorry maybe ask some locals what they do it should be the same with the Vette guys and such



I stole this from Nick in the other thread-

Guys, Other than the steering shaft, which takes all of 30 seconds to remove from the rack, nothing else has to be done to slide the headers in. These systems are actually about the same to install as our G8's mainly because their engine compartments are very similar. If someone isn't holding the headers from the top when they slide in, they will fall out. Our Camaro headers "are not" the same as our G8's. It would have been nice but we knew 5 minutes after removing the stock manifolds that a redesign was necessary. They are different because of the oil cooler and the floor boards. BTW, I know of no dealer that has not honored a warantee because of a header install.

We have another car coming this week I think we'll try and video then. Those results are stock mufflers and stock intake
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I have no idea what ontario's emissions laws are sorry maybe ask some locals what they do it should be the same with the Vette guys and such



I stole this from Nick in the other thread-

Guys, Other than the steering shaft, which takes all of 30 seconds to remove from the rack, nothing else has to be done to slide the headers in. These systems are actually about the same to install as our G8's mainly because their engine compartments are very similar. If someone isn't holding the headers from the top when they slide in, they will fall out. Our Camaro headers "are not" the same as our G8's. It would have been nice but we knew 5 minutes after removing the stock manifolds that a redesign was necessary. They are different because of the oil cooler and the floor boards. BTW, I know of no dealer that has not honored a warantee because of a header install.

We have another car coming this week I think we'll try and video then. Those results are stock mufflers and stock intake
Tom, with the next car, Can you do one video from total stock car and then another with your header BUT stock muffler? I want to hear, how the stock muffler and the hearder combined sound. Perhaps it's worth keeping the stock muffler.
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Old 05-31-2009, 08:54 PM   #11
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Tom, with the next car, Can you do one video from total stock car and then another with your header BUT stock muffler? I want to hear, how the stock muffler and the hearder combined sound. Perhaps it's worth keeping the stock muffler.
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Here are the headers through stock mufflers. Although we did install a good size cam shaft, you get the idea

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this is not a full exhaust right? just headers and stock everything else?
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:03 PM   #13
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this is our system with the stock mufflers still in place i believe. But it does have a large cam in there and it sounds gooooood
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:04 PM   #14
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Tom, with the next car, Can you do one video from total stock car and then another with your header BUT stock muffler? I want to hear, how the stock muffler and the hearder combined sound. Perhaps it's worth keeping the stock muffler.
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I'll see what I can do no promises though
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