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Exhaust Headers & Manifolds

There's more power lurking under your hood than one might imagine. Unlike the heavy, clunky, inefficient exhaust manifolds that came with your vehicle, performance headers are engineered for maximum flow efficiency, proper runner length, sizing and collector design. Headers are a great way to pick up additional power and shift power bands. Shorty headers typically offer better low end and mid range torque, while long tubes improve high range rpm power for additional top end.
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aFe Twisted Steel Headers and Connection Pipes

Phenomenal

My Xrunner sounds and feels amazing..from the time I started my truck the it was quiet with a nice tone at idle. Took it for a test drive and the sounds great with a mild tone..performance wise it feels great..u can feel the difference in the throttle response... View more reviews...
Posted By Frank N (HONOLULU, HI) / May 20, 2020
2014 Toyota Tacoma
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Stainless Works Headers

Top notch headers; can't say the same about the distributor

Starting with the headers. Awesome manufacturing. Great welds and precision fitment. You won't find many bolt on items that fit as well and look as nice. Superb tone! The install was a bear. Make sure you have heat for the manifold bolts!! Heat inductor tool is clutch. Now, Autoanything. You're unreal. It should not take a string of emails a mile long and five phone calls because an item is lost. It took one month for these to arrive at my door. Work on it guys! View more reviews...
Posted By Martin R (Seneca Falls, NY) / April 8, 2020
2010 Dodge Challenger
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PaceSetter Exhaust Manifold Catalytic Converters (Federal EPA-Compliant)

Exhaust review

On driver side everything went together fine, but on passenger side I couldn't get the pre cat sensor in until I used a burr bit to ream it out because when the half coupling was welded on it was off center by 1/8" View more reviews...
Posted By Greg J (FINLEY , TN) / May 1, 2019
2002 Suzuki XL7
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Saturday, January 18, 2020

The Top 7 Aftermarket Exhaust Choices for Your Daily Driver

You feel a pang of pity for the Chevy Cavalier driving through downtown with its muffler tinging and sparking as it drags along the pavement. At least, until it belches exhaust annoyingly loud as it accelerates from the stoplight. But it’s even worse when it’s YOUR car that’s embarrassingly loud, drawing stares.  Replacing your muffler […] The post The Top 7 Aftermarket Exhaust Choices for Your Daily Driver appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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