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2014-10-25 20:41:14
Well its about time. This should be the standard header sold now on ebay for the sr20. Id buy one if I had another sr20.
2014-10-25 20:43:34
hey guys just be aware, the specs i listed were NOT from ebay, they were from the shop im picking up mine. there is 1 noticable difference so im not 100% sure that what im grabbing IS the ebay one. it probably is, 95% sure, but like i said, the specs on ebay vs what i got are different, and there is another difference right at the final y
2014-10-25 22:49:35
I am also thinking of trying one of these on my latest VVL build and take it to be tuned and compared on the dyno.I want a really nice header eventually,but its not in the finances for while.
The car has a ssac/ebay now and this fals right between the cheapos and more expensive options so why not?
I did see this on FB also.The comments seem ok but there are definately fitment problems around the alt,and ac...and alot of buttdynos and speculation,but I have yet to see an actual dyno sheet or comparisons.
2014-10-27 20:57:20

Picked up, its the eBay header. Will take better pics and measurements when I get home to NorCal so Wednesday most likely I can give an update and can post up figment and results this weekend hopefully. Now the question is what paint to use to keep it from turning too fugly
Last edited by zeneffect on 2014-10-27 at 21-10-10.
2014-10-27 22:33:42
Swain white lightening...although it may not be worthy.

How about Black Satin (BHK)? ...but you need a spray gun.

VHT 1500 works great if a quality prep job is done prior.
2014-10-27 23:24:44
i wouldnt even bother painting it.. if so i'd use atleast the vht 2000+ shit lol
2014-10-28 00:00:04
Nice!!!! Double check the choke
Last edited by gio94sr20ve on 2014-10-28 at 00-01-16.
2014-10-28 02:25:31
Originally Posted by gio94sr20ve
Nice!!!! Double check the choke

The outlet flange? It measured 2.5id
2014-10-28 02:33:11
I think he means where the 2 become 1 and maybe where the 4 become 2
2014-10-29 03:39:23
front to back based on a measuring tape and some math

1st step 1.67 OD
2nd step 1.78 OD
3rd step 1.9 OD
1st Y 2.037 OD
2nd Y 2.54 OD

im sure im missing some pics i just took. sorry, im tired, just drove 7+ hours non-stop to get home and snap these off for you guys. measurements are up top
Last edited by zeneffect on 2014-10-29 at 22-32-08.
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