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Old 11-17-2009, 12:13 AM   #21
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Re: Header for 2.9L

na i think ill build my header and get 304 ss and its tig welded
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Re: Header for 2.9L

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Re: Header for 2.9L

I just checked dynomax's website and all they offer there is cat back systems.
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Re: Header for 2.9L

look on down the page its just head bolts and gasket sets
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Re: Header for 2.9L

I just wanted to throw this out there. I bought a header for My 2008 Colorado 2.9L from OTTPerformance(Over the top Performance). It seemed like a little better header to me than the JTR one.
I was kinda bummed that the shop I took it to didn't do a dyno run before they put all my stuff on, but I'll tell you it does put 166hp to the rear wheels. Which isn't a lot but considering realistically I put a header, exhaust, K&N, and had it tuned.
The guy that did my tuning said "It really woke this thing up!".
It sure is a ton of fun to drive now.
I only wish I had bought one of supermodulations throttle bodies before I did all of this.
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Re: Header for 2.9L

Sorry, I forgot to put the link

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