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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-19-2002, 10:45 AM
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i was looking at gettin headers 88k2500. any suggestions. i have also heard rumors about some having bad oxygen sensor placement and making the fuel mixture too rich or too lean. also how long to install.

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Re: headers

I have them on my truck and they will help out a little bit, if you have a body lift it is a little easier to do.

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Smitha, One hint....Tell us your engine! I'm guessing its the 350 or 454, but im not sure. Let us Know!

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Get long tube headers, they are better for HP than the shorties. Also you should just get http://www.LGmotorsports.com o2 simulators, they'll make your car run fine...without cats or with new mods.

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Get long tube headers, they are better for HP than the shorties. Also you should just get http://www.lgmotorsports.com o2 simulators, they'll make your car run fine...without cats or with new mods.

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sorry i got the 350

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