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Old 03-18-2011, 12:58 PM
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Long tube headers are better for making torque than shorties and that's what you need in a truck.

You aren't going to get around using an upstream sensor. Install a bung in the pipe somewhere before the cat.

Installation depends a lot on the brand. Cheap headers tend to be harder to install.


You don't want cheap headers. They don't fit as well and won't last as long. Summit branded products tend to be decent quality at a fair price.

Headers are one of the biggest bang for the buck mods you can do and they work well with a CAI and tuner.

As I understand, Dynomax has taken over the Blackjack name and are still good headers but I can't say this from personal experience.
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