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ZenDak
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7/08/2005
10:15:07

Subject: RE: 4.7L Headers?
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I haven't dyno'd since I installed mine,,but for about $200 it was a good deal,,,,even if it's just for the sake saying, "hey,,I got headers too..." lol. I open up my truck all time,,there was definitely a difference,,,not neck-snapping, but an improvement.

My truck dyno'd over 200hp w/only mod a Flowmaster 40series - on a cool morning here in ATX :)



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7/08/2005
12:15:04

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Todd

Mines an 03 AWD. It pulls real strong and the headers with the FIPK keep from down shifting out of OD running in the 2000 range. So, I'm pretty sure they had a significant impact particularly for towing. I typically pull about in the 6 to 7000 lb range. Most of the Dino's I've seen, stock, are running in 200 HP range as noted. I don't think I've ever seen a dino for a AWD though. Stout little truck. Its makeing a believer out of my mechanic.

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Dako
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7/08/2005
16:50:08

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GraphiteDak I had a single cat on my 2000 4.7. I put on JBA shorty headers,2-2inch exhaust pipes, no cat,put O2 sensors on right side exhaust pipe,Xpipe,2-Flowmaster 50's and left and right tailpipes out behind rear wheels. (Tailpipes 2.5 inch}So far no ck.engine light.



TexasTodd
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7/09/2005
10:27:01

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deer,

The AWD will give you even more parasitic drag. Anyways, I'm glad you're happy with them.(headers)

I too tow my sailboat, it's a 20ft racing beach cat, trailer and boat probably weighs about 1500 to 2000, boat is 420. It hardly lowers the MPG much, mostly b/c of wind resistence.

I have a friend that lives near me with an AWD, he really likes it also, nice truck.



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