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i have a 91 rcsb 4x4 with a 350 5.7 liter v8 and i have a set of flowtech full length headers on there now, but i liked the tone better when i had the manifolds on there and i'm wantin to know what particular headers would allow me to get that lower tone instead of that throaty muscle tone u know? and if anything a lil more torque.
 

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no way, i got a 40 series flowmaster on there and it had just the right tone before swaped my stock manifolds for headers.
 

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but they also leak a little beat i think and i didn't know if there were any out there that are a pretty good fit to where i wouldn't have to deal with that.
 

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then tighten them you have to keep checking the header bolts
 

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i have, i've actually replaced the header bolts before my self, it's not the easiest task but i've done, but i wouldn't wan't to have to do it again.
 

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they have a lot of guys in gonzales,la running pacesetter headers, and OR Y-Pipe..that's what im going to be putting on my 01 5.3L ceramic will run about 435 and 115 for the OR Y-Pipe
 

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i know where you can get some pacesetters for 350-370 shipped man!
:shake: hell yeah... ceramic coated ones?!
then would you know where to get the OR Ypipe for cheaper too?

i stand corrected, im sorry.

$480 shipped in the lower 48. Ceramic coated and ORY, new in box.
from hit man x
 
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