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Possibly some headers?

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by PhoenixTaco, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. PhoenixTaco

    PhoenixTaco [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I am thinking about getting some headers soon. But I am not really sure weather to get long tube or short tube. Or the brand.. Any advise or any good reviews on any brands?
     
  2. ToyotaTacoma4Ever

    ToyotaTacoma4Ever Get Boosted

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    Ive got doug thorley long tubes on my truck and couldnt be happier with them, good gains and quality built

    then there was JBA headers that were another good brand as well
     
  3. Big O

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    I'm always Amazed at how few responces a Good post like this one gets.

    Long tubes will be the for your results.

    I'm fixin' to get me some on my X.

    Don't know which brand,yet.

    Let me know which ones you like.
     
  4. 05RedTaco

    05RedTaco Nom Nom Nom

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    davidjmay Well-Known Member

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    Read somewhere that short tubes are better for 1st gens and long tubes for 2nd gens? Someone may need to clarify/provide an explanation :D
     
  6. chris4x4

    chris4x4 With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine. Staff Member

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    Actually, the long tubes seem to be better on the 3.4, while best gains are had with the shortys on the 1GR engines.
     
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