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Old 11-06-19, 08:24PM   #16
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So far the first price break has been met. Just need two more orders to make the next price break. It all adds up.

I ordered mine with Ceramic coatings.

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1) Erik W - (Will be refunded difference) PAID
2) AIR RAM (Nick) (Round Port) PAID
3) Mysticmissle (JEFF) (roundports) PAID
(First Price point REACHED) Qty 3: $779.85

4) 455TA (Potential if works with March Serpentine)
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(Second Price Point) Qty 5: $764.90

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(Third Price Point) Qty 10: $734.95

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Old 11-06-19, 08:49PM   #17
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Nice ! Glad to hear.
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Received the forward facing Turbo Manifolds from Stainless Headers Manufacturing.

They really do look amazing. I opted to have these Ceramic coated... looking to apply any edge I can to help this beast run cool on the street.





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Old 11-30-19, 09:43PM   #19
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Pretty nice ! Those are some thick flanges
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Nice. What’s the size of the tube coming off the flange
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Nice. What’s the size of the tube coming off the flange

From their site:

https://www.stainlessheaders.com/pro...5_Turbo_Header

Approximate Turbo Header Dimensions:

20 1/2" long from rear of flange to front of V-Band
5 1/2" overall height- base of flange to top of manifold
3" height offset- center of log to center of exhaust ports
Header log is about 3 3/4" away from cylinder head, with V-band being 4" away.

The initial set up will come with:

(2) 1/2" thick 304 SS header flanges with a 2" round port in the header flange.

(8) Purge Tig Welded primaries coped into a compound manifold, made of 0.120" heavy wall pipe, 304 SS.

(2) Compound log manifolds with a 2 1/2" outside diameter, kept tight against the engine block for tight engine bay applications, ending with a 2 1/2" v-band flange for additional modular components


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