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post #4 of (permalink) Old 07-30-2002, 10:33 PM
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Re: Dynomax Headers

Neither Flowtech or Dynomax headers "blow my skirt up none". There are guys around here that run them but they don't look as good. The Flowtech ones sound "pingy" like they were made out of 22 gauge steel or something crazy like that. The Dynomax ones are definitely more impressive than the Flowtech ones.

However, at $143, I like my Hooker ones. Not a single complaint about them.

My Dad got Hedman Hedders for my Mom's 86 Monte Carlo SS. They're pieces of [censored]. Very poor workmanship. In the instructions it says to only use Hedman manifold gaskets. The fscking idiots package the POS gaskets by folding them in thirds to take up less room. We be talkin' rocket scientists, mon.

I think Hooker and Thorley headers are the only way to go anymore. Even Gibson ones aren't up to par, especially for their price.
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