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9/23/2002
20:43:02

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will the mopar Y-pipe fit on a truck with the NV 3500 tranny?

-Eric
Injection is nice, but i'd rather be blown.
5.2L, 5speed. Powerdyne SC, 50mm TB, 2bbl M-1, 1.7RR's, MSD 6BTM, ciramic JBA headers, carsound cat, dumped gibson

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9/24/2002
00:31:08

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My mopar catalog say that the headers for 97-99, 5.2l, manual trans, 2wd is parts#P4876252. costs around $500.



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9/24/2002
00:41:05

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is that a differant part number than the auto?

-Eric
Injection is nice, but i'd rather be blown.
5.2L, 5speed. Powerdyne SC, 50mm TB, 2bbl M-1, 1.7RR's, MSD 6BTM, ciramic JBA headers, carsound cat, dumped gibson

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9/24/2002
02:29:35

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auto is a 251 I believe... Both are getting more and more difficult to get (not as in demand as for the 5.9L trucks).

Tell what you need, I'll hook ya up G.

hehe

Sam


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9/24/2002
12:26:01

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im trying to convince Scott to sell me his extra set of ciramic coated headers, but i need to know if the Y-pipe for the auto's will fit a 5 speed truck. i dont think there should be a problem, but i want to make sure.

-Eric
Injection is nice, but i'd rather be blown.
5.2L, 5speed. Powerdyne SC, 50mm TB, 2bbl M-1, 1.7RR's, MSD 6BTM, ciramic JBA headers, carsound cat, dumped gibson

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9/24/2002
15:58:43

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don't do it if your that low is my advice....i have a 94 5.2 and had it slammed 5in in the front and 7 out back and that gutter sized y pipe scraped on EVERYTHING....i raised it back up to a 4/6 and i still can't get over speedbumps/steep driveways. I LOVE the sound and power of that ypipe thought cause i wouln't have raised it back up if i didn't



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9/24/2002
18:16:28

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If you don't buy them from him, I should find a way to scrape up the dough for them ;) Worst case I'll sell off my rockers and put the stockers back on for awhile, I need exhaust BAD BAD BAD. Too bad my wallet is FLAT FLAT FLAT.

- Steve
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9/24/2002
23:00:50

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thanks for the advice jeremy. i used to scrape over a lot with my 4/6, but since i got the bigger rims, that seem to solve the problem. i think i will be ok with the Y-pipe.

Steve, i might have my JBA's for sale

-Eric
Injection is nice, but i'd rather be blown.
5.2L, 5speed. Powerdyne SC, 50mm TB, 2bbl M-1, 1.7RR's, MSD 6BTM, ciramic JBA headers, carsound cat, dumped gibson

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9/24/2002
23:48:45

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Get me the exact part number from the headers, and I'll make sure they are the same as the xxx901 and xxx434 head pipes... THEN.. I can get your the correct Y-pipe for your truck.

Sam



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9/25/2002
14:14:58

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I WISH my wallet was flat, flat, flat. Mine is concave! It's the black hole! It has such a vacuum, it's inside-out!

97 3.9 CC Sport. JBA stainless headers, Borla Turbo XL stainless muffler & tip, 17 x10 Boyd Coddington Smoothies
FMS injectors, V8 TB, Quick D stainless air intake,

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