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qbanprepster21
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Feb 15, 7:33pm - #103960 
Steel headers for GT

Someone said that both the DC and HotShot headers for the GT are ceramic, how long do these last, do they break easy, whats the advantage over steel, and what i really want to know, is are there any steel headers for gt, or should i just get the ceramic..


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Feb 15, 7:57pm - #103961 
I think they are steel but with a ceramic coating.

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Feb 15, 8:05pm - #103962 
steel last longer than ceramic?

i thought ceramic last longer confused confused


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Feb 15, 9:09pm - #103963 
Originally Posted by qbanprepster21
Someone said that both the DC and HotShot headers for the GT are ceramic, how long do these last, do they break easy, whats the advantage over steel, and what i really want to know, is are there any steel headers for gt, or should i just get the ceramic..


Go with Hotshot or DC...A lot of people have those, and I've heard of no problems grin

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Feb 15, 11:49pm - #103964 
Hotshot Headers are ceramic coated, your stock headers are cast iron and if ya take off the heat shield and look at em there nasty, ceramic coated is definately better then stainless steel, wont get as hot. I personally have hotshots i think there great.


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Feb 16, 4:20pm - #103965 
Adding heat wrap always helps also

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