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Old 9th March 2007, 07:33   #1
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Old 9th March 2007, 09:43   #2
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thats one of the best D series header comparsion I have seen..nice find..
going to take some time to absorb..
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dude wer on earth did u find that ... niceee .. could send me the link from wer got it .. thanx ..
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I think the greddy ones are available with psycho in bangalore .. Ajmat has one running on his car .. It seems the low end torque has also increased tremendously ..
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but dont the greddy ones reduce top end performance.. ??.... i think the bisimoto headers are the best .. even though they are exencive as hell ....
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thanx guys I got this off a guy on the d series . org site some guys there have been helping on my build so...
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Awwssumm man..!!!! Thanks for sharing...
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but dont the greddy ones reduce top end performance.. ??.... i think the bisimoto headers are the best .. even though they are exencive as hell ....
My friend..
All equal length manifolds have the best for performance.. The to make them equal length is a very complex process of designing as can be seen from the shape.. hence they are expensive.. I know of equal length headers for the 1.8T 20V VAG engine costs about $ 1200 ...
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