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Aug 27, 10:17am - #260924 
DC Header Installed

Here's a few pics.

I've noticed a little bit more of a growl, and she seems peppier, but I think I still need to break them in a little more. laughsilly

1st pic, pulling out the stock

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Aug 27, 10:17am - #260925 
2nd, its out

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Aug 27, 10:18am - #260926 
3rd pic, side by side comparison

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Aug 27, 10:18am - #260927 
Header installed

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Aug 27, 10:20am - #260928 
I just did that myself like 3 weeks ago...the dc header is awesome. I love it.

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Aug 27, 10:20am - #260929 
haha...and a little something I found when trying to find a way to take out the heat sheild without dropping the exhaust and everything else (forget about it, there is no room, just drop the exhuast lol)

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Aug 27, 10:35am - #260930 
Yep, that's right Yamaha got together with TRD to manufacture the head for the GTS. LC Engineering was in the mix too.thumbsup
I hope you love the header, I am sure you will.
Lucky (Mike)and I were supposed to get a free header from DC, for all the hard work we did to get the dyno results for that header, so I am not to pleased with promises not being kept from them. Other then that it's a good header for the price.
Congrads on the new mod thumbsup


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Aug 27, 10:44am - #260931 
I knew that, but I didn't think they would have an imprint on the head...I was just surprised to see it. lol

Yeah, I'm really liking the header. thumbsup


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Aug 27, 10:51am - #260932 
eek wow ... they differneces between the headers are amazing. Looks nice smile

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Aug 27, 11:05am - #260933 
the stock header look very heavy damn
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Aug 27, 1:25pm - #260935 
the stock headers are huge... eek

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Aug 27, 2:04pm - #260936 
Lookin good Heat. thumbsup

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Aug 27, 2:10pm - #260937 
looks good heather thumbsup


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Aug 27, 2:29pm - #260938 
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Aug 27, 2:38pm - #260939 
looks really good! thumbsup


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Aug 27, 2:56pm - #260940 
wow major difference in size eek

looks great Heat thumbsup


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Aug 27, 2:57pm - #260941 
thumbsup

How extensive is this install?


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Aug 27, 3:14pm - #260942 
sweet! thumbsup


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Aug 27, 3:27pm - #260943 
The install was pretty extensive.

We had to take off the exhaust, unbolt 2 of the motor mounts, put a jack under the engine, and tilt the engine back kinda. lol That was the only way to get to it under the car, but the car was on a lift, so it was a lot easier. smile


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Aug 27, 3:32pm - #260944 
I guess I will be taking mine to a shop If i decide to get this mod


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Aug 27, 3:33pm - #260945 
Yeah, I really suggest that. It was pretty hard, I had the help of a mechanic. wink


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Aug 27, 5:08pm - #260946 
congrats... thumbsup

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Aug 27, 5:11pm - #260947 
nice mod heather thumbsup no you can really kick isaacs ass rofl

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Aug 27, 5:19pm - #260948 
Not bad at all! Congrats thumbsup

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Aug 27, 5:58pm - #260949 
ooo awesome heather! thumbsup

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Aug 27, 6:59pm - #260950 
anyone else install the header themself without using lift from shop and such??


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Aug 27, 7:00pm - #260951 
Your old header was filthy! eek

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Aug 28, 9:06am - #260952 
wow, you had to unbolt the motor mounts? shouldnt have to when you pull the exhaust off.

ahh well looks good thumbsup


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Aug 28, 9:39am - #260953 
Originally Posted by celicafourotwo
anyone else install the header themself without using lift from shop and such??


Yes, me and my friend got out the header without using a lift, and without having to hold the engine up.

We took out the b-pipe along with the heatshields to allow more room. And the header just came right out pulling it towards the back of the car.

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