I'm a rookie at working with cars and it was suprisingly easy. The only problem I had was being stubborn and tryin to take out the old header all in one piece, it seperates for a reason. Make sure you have some kind of spray to loosen the bolts though. I will work on some sort of lil write up thing later on tonite. The only problem I had was with one of the O2 sensors and it not lining up properly so i had to undo it from the rear and then align it up first. . .i have pictures and i was sorta anal about taking pictures. I dirtied up my digi-cam pretty good, but it was worth it.By Nature said:Looks good! Any impressions? Installation problems?
By Nature said:What about power increase? Exhaust sound?
glad you are happy with itgonzoangel said:
this may be weird, but the sound is actually much quieter now when i'm cruising at 50-70 MPH. When i gun it it makes a beatiful noise
Power has definately increased lots! I find myself putting less on the gas and still going a decent speed
I definately reccomend it.
With my dynomax setup, you can barely hear the exhaust at 60mph or even going 40mph. The only times you hear it are at idle and full acceleration. Even during the acceleration my custom CAI makes more noise inside of the car. Outside the car I think it sounds good. Take a listen at my website.superfro86 said:how much does this header cost again. do you people who says it sound quieter do you have an aftermarket exhaust to? this is what i want, more power and less noise. i don't want the ricer sound or the deep performance sound i want it quiet so i can hear my 2000 watt stereo (when i'm finished with it)