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Old Tue, Sep-12-2017, 06:38:23 PM   #1
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Default Supersprint V1 Tubolare headers

Edit: These are V2 Tubolare Headers or just better known as non-stepped.

This isn't my FS ad, I'm just on the fence about buying it and wanted to give someone else the opportunity to pull the trigger if I don't.

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Default Re: Supersprint V1 Tubolare headers

Trying to figure out how loud this would be. I am running a section 3 muffle from a company called Racing Dynamics. Any ideas?
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RD Exhaust sounds rather tame compared to my eisnemann, if you add these headers the sound will get raspier and a bit louder but I doubt it would be obnoxiously loud.

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Default Re: Supersprint V1 Tubolare headers

So I would run the headers and the euro cats together and not be outrageous in the loud department and gain some power? I am a newbie in the mod department so thanks. He has someone coming this weekend to look at them, is that you? I am in Florida so the extra cash for shipping is an issue
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So I would run the headers and the euro cats together and not be outrageous in the loud department and gain some power? I am a newbie in the mod department so thanks. He has someone coming this weekend to look at them, is that you? I am in Florida so the extra cash for shipping is an issue
You can run them together or just run the headers and the oem section 1. If you don't run the euro cats your exhaust will have a egg smell to it and it will be raspier/louder than if you did run the euro cats. You will gain at least 15 WHP from either route because the OEM headers contain 400cel cats which are very restrictive to the flow of exhaust gases from the engine.

That person coming to look at them this weekend was me, I just sent him a text saying I won't be buying these.
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Ok thanks for the info. If I can get them for a bit less to cover shipping I may get them. An specific reason you aren't interested.
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Ok thanks for the info. If I can get them for a bit less to cover shipping I may get them. An specific reason you aren't interested.
best of luck, i just don't have the available funds right now.
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