Reviewed By Charles K (NAZARETH, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Land Cruiser —6/4/2016 2:09 PM
These headers are worth the money, especially if you're lifted. Brings back the performance lost from big tires and heavy bumpers.
Reviewed By Bryan N (Lakewood, CO) Reviewed for a 1996 Chevy Camaro —4/16/2016 9:11 PM
I spent a lot of time researching all the different brands of long tube headers available for my 96 z28. Kooks was by far the favorite on all of the forums that I read, except for one category - price. Then I found them at autoanything.com at a much lower price than anywhere else. I'm very glad that I did. I got the Kooks headers and y pipe and they are fantastic, everything fit perfectly making a tough installation go a lot smoother. Quality is great and I can really feel the gain in power!
Reviewed By Justin E (Yuma, AZ) Reviewed for a 1963 Chevy Chevy II —4/7/2016 9:29 AM
63 Chevy II, Chassisworks clip, LS1, T56 tranny. I did not use the supplied motor mount adapter plates. The quality seemed good. I did spend a little time to deburr the holes and used a file to break the sharp edges. On my car the fit was good with the exception of the driver side O2 sensor. It would not work in the spot designated for it as it interfered with my stock floor pan. I ended up putting a plug in the bung and welding a new bung just downstream of the header. Satisfied overall.
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