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Jae
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Jae Aug 4, 9:46am - #239988 

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DC header

how much?
how much gain in HP?
how much gain in TQ?
easy to install?
is it worth of getting it?
for GTS by the way
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Clos Aug 4, 10:21am - #239989 
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hehehhe aiite let me start with how much i got my for $283 from a local shop but they do ship there website is
ptuning.com (i heard they do fast shippin and its free)
now the gains sure i got one but not from my car it was luckys car and he dynod a 10.3 whp and 6.3 torque on his here ill show u
1870150611-1and3-4pipe.jpg
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Clos Aug 4, 10:21am - #239990 
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here is the chart
1870150613-1and3-4pipeDB.jpg
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Clos Aug 4, 10:25am - #239991 
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here is a link for the install
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_1870145513_0_collapsed_5__1.html
took me 2 days but that was because we worked on my and my friends car so yeah, basicly 10 hours if you have the right tools and strenght to get those fucking bolts out, also use WD40 and shit. but yeah it was easy to remove and easy as shit to put it on the car, there is a lot of space if you followed wat i did thumbsup and hell yeah its worth it
the car wont lag, and you can feel a kick ones you hit 7,000rpm.
i love it so thumbsup yeah there you go anything else p/m me aiite wave
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ct Aug 4, 2:27pm - #239992 

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this header was dynoed by MWR at 2-4whp gain at 7K rpm with PFC, Intake, and exhaust.all the mods mad 185whp i think. you'll probably get bigger numbers comming from stock to header modyfication.

Originally posted by SKOOF:
yoru such a clown, i wish you lived in nyc, i would love to just give you the beating that youve probably never gotten in your life.
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Rocketman Aug 4, 2:35pm - #239993 

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I see no where on that dyno chart or readout a gain of 10.3whp...I see 9.3... confused Am I tarded?
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Jae Aug 4, 2:36pm - #239994 

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were there any lag downlow?
under 3000 rpm?
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Jae Aug 4, 2:42pm - #239995 

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damn that looks like pain in the ass!!
so the reason for taking off the valve cover is to get to the header right? was it was on the instruction? or is that just your way? there has to be easier way!!
lol
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Lucky_317 Aug 5, 8:02pm - #239996 

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he posted the wrong dyno lol

it's easiest to take off the valve cover.

I still dont have the header thanx to the wonderful business skills of DC so I cant actually make any infomed comments other then how the prototype performed.

for all the dynos I have www.ksbservices.com/dyno

dont have anything new up yet cause my cars having lots of down time lol

Best 60' 1.959 best 1/4 - 13.7 @ 101mph
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Jae Aug 6, 4:00am - #239997 

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^^what's wrong with your car?
was it the power FC?
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