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Old 02-16-2011, 11:48 AM
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Any good sources to purchase new headers for my 575sci's........ I will be inspecting mine this spring and may have to replace with brand new headers some time soon.......twin application so I will need two sets.....
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Old 02-16-2011, 12:16 PM
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I'd give my "opinion" but other OSO members will just rip me and tell me my opinion doesnt count,, bcuz i have no experience and that i should be in school.... So hopefully you get alot of good options...

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CMI wont let you buy direct , always had good luck going thru Teague .... C'mon BIG Bobs gotta eat too.
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For what it's worth, take them off and bring it long island propellors. I've heard only good things from them. Could save you a couple thousand bucks. Gave them my cmi's last month. Saw them finish up a big hp set of headers and the finished product was amazing.
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I'd strongly consider going with the SM manifolds. Cheaper, close on the power, and wont have to worry about it again.
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I'd strongly consider going with the SM manifolds. Cheaper, close on the power, and wont have to worry about it again.
SM mainfolds? whats that?
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SM = STAINLESS MARINE
do a google search i thought you knew this stuff
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Do a search kid... I'll even tell you SM stands for "Stainless Marine".

Please report back to all of us what you found and any insight YOU might have on the subject.
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SM = STAINLESS MARINE
do a google search i thought you knew this stuff
You beat me to it.
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