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Old 09-21-2012, 02:52 PM   #1
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Product announcement Dynatech ZL-1 Specific Headers

JRE is proud to announce the availability of ZL-1 Headers with high flow cats or off road pipes.

These are a ground up design specific to the ZL-1

JRE has been a long time Fan of Dynatech Products dating back over 15 years.

The Quality, Fit, finish, Completeness and design is unmatched by any other header company.

We will be the first to have these on your shelves for sale Oct 1st.

We are getting 6 sets so they are limited at this time.

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Old 09-21-2012, 03:09 PM   #2
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:06 PM   #4
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:20 PM   #5
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Can't discuss pricing here, and will depend on with cats or off road pipes.

And I don't have an invoice yet they will be here Oct 1st.

I expect they will be the same price as the Camaro Headers.
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Just saw it on the website, not a bad price at all. Especially with the free tune that comes with it.
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Old 09-22-2012, 07:25 AM   #7
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Will you have to trim the belly pans with these like other headers require?
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Will you have to trim the belly pans with these like other headers require?
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Old 09-22-2012, 04:10 PM   #9
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If cutting is still required, how is it they are "ground up design specific to the ZL-1?"
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From what I experienced during my build, I would expect a ZL1 header design that wouldn't require belly pan trimming would have to be a shorty style with an elbow pipe between the collector flange and the CAT.

The issue with any long tube design is fitting a collector in the narrow space that exists between the belly pan and upper heat shielding.
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If cutting is still required, how is it they are "ground up design specific to the ZL-1?"
The AC compressor interferes with all the headers designed for the Camaro, so modification or denting of the header tubes is required.

Dynatechs are designed specifically to fit around the AC compressor.

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From what I experienced during my build, I would expect a ZL1 header design that wouldn't require belly pan trimming would have to be a shorty style with an elbow pipe between the collector flange and the CAT.

The issue with any long tube design is fitting a collector in the narrow space that exists between the belly pan and upper heat shielding.
This is a good explanation, Thanks for Sharing.

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Ted - what is your take on LTs on these cars? I've seen conflicting opinions. I guess it comes down to cost vs gain on SC'd cars. I won't do LTs anyways, but I was just curious.

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Ted - what is your take on LTs on these cars? I've seen conflicting opinions. I guess it comes down to cost vs gain on SC'd cars. I won't do LTs anyways, but I was just curious.

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I strongly believe no performance car should be without them.
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If no other mods were to be done except for only adding these headers, how would it change the sound of the stock exhaust. Would it be noticeably louder, deeper, throatier?

Also would it void any factory warranty, just adding the headers?
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If no other mods were to be done except for only adding these headers, how would it change the sound of the stock exhaust. Would it be noticeably louder, deeper, throatier?

Also would it void any factory warranty, just adding the headers?
Adding LT headers with High flow Cats Definitely give you that Deep Muscle car sound without being intrusive to the interior.

Any Aftermarket Performance accessories can jeopardize a warranty repair in the event of a failure.

Warranty is up to your dealer service manager.
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If no other mods were to be done except for only adding these headers, how would it change the sound of the stock exhaust. Would it be noticeably louder, deeper, throatier?

Also would it void any factory warranty, just adding the headers?
The only way the could deny a warranty claim for having aftermarket headers would be to prove that they caused the failure to which you are claiming a warranty issue. At least this is what i have experienced. Not sure you can blame much on a set of pipes.
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It seems to me, that there are two things, among others, that one has to consider regarding the question above:

* Perhaps adding LTs wouldn't necessarily directly void a warranty. However, if you have to try the belly pan, one might be able to make the argument that you changed the airflow characteristics down there, and if there were a tranny failure, or something along those lines, cutting that pan could be a potential warranty consideration

* Adding LTs with no corresponding tune, might be a waste of money because gains may not be significant. Additionally - sometimes you have to tune the PCM just to keep the 02s happy, so you'd definitely be sacrificing a powertrain warranty, probably, there...

Something has to go wrong for there to be a warranty issue, first of all, and secondly, one has to be able to draw a connection to a failure to the mod'. Don't mod' if you don't have the money to fix the car
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I see there's an option for ceramic coating. Is there an advantage to this?
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The only way the could deny a warranty claim for having aftermarket headers would be to prove that they caused the failure to which you are claiming a warranty issue. At least this is what i have experienced. Not sure you can blame much on a set of pipes.
this is a modifcation to your emisisons system. You are voiding parts of your waranty at a minimum.

I have not seen any emissions legal longtubes. Poeple forget is actually a crime to do this so they can use it as an out if they don't want to work on the car.
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Yes we offer ceramic Coating as an Option we use a Local Coater so about 1-2 weeks turn around.

Yes Coating is ALWAYS benificial, it reduces under hood temps and keep them looking pretty, and one could argue it is worth a few HP.

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If no other mods were to be done except for only adding these headers, how would it change the sound of the stock exhaust. Would it be noticeably louder, deeper, throatier?

Also would it void any factory warranty, just adding the headers?
In most cases doing the headers in themselves will not void your warranty, other than the parts your changing out. But if you do a tune with them to remove the CEL and to get the most out of the headers, your warranty will then be voided on your drivetrain.
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Anyone install these on a ZL1 Convertible yet? They do not have the belly pan like the coupe, but they do have a different X brace under there.

I am interested in installing a set of headers on my 2013, so I would like to know if they fit.

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Anyone install these on a ZL1 Convertible yet? They do not have the belly pan like the coupe, but they do have a different X brace under there.

I am interested in installing a set of headers on my 2013, so I would like to know if they fit.

Please PM me price with coating and cats. Shipped to 18017.
Best to give me a call, I see no reason why they would not fit.

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Anyone install these on a ZL1 Convertible yet? They do not have the belly pan like the coupe, but they do have a different X brace under there.

I am interested in installing a set of headers on my 2013, so I would like to know if they fit.

Please PM me price with coating and cats. Shipped to 18017.
They fit, We have installed 2 sets on ZL1 convertibles already. PM me if you have any other questions.
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