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    Quote Originally Posted by DakotaRat View Post
    Woah that looks like it sucks man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goober rt View Post
    I was gonna start a tread about this..... I’m gonna look into buying a set of headers I the next couple weeks. What’s better mids or long tube headers . And are the spintech headers one of the best options? What’s better? As of right now I have the mopar mid length headers. I was told that there crappy headers! Is it true? My headers are also 20 years old lol. Not worried about smog if that’s a issue with the long tube headers.
    NO, stay with the Mopar/PPH mids. If anything pull them and have them ceramic coated. I am still running my 20 year old PPH headers on my built 365 c.i. 10:8 -1 compression engine. Spend that money somewhere else...
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    Good to know! Thanks 99DRT

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    Quote Originally Posted by 99dart View Post
    NO, stay with the Mopar/PPH mids. If anything pull them and have them ceramic coated. I am still running my 20 year old PPH headers on my built 365 c.i. 10:8 -1 compression engine. Spend that money somewhere else...
    What’s the benefit of ceramic coated? Last longer? Cleaner flow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goober rt View Post
    What’s the benefit of ceramic coated? Last longer? Cleaner flow?
    It protects the headers from rust/corrosion and keeps the engine bay, surrounding wiring/rubber items cooler.
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    i had the same problem. they have a flat spot like they clearenced them, but its rotated 40 degrees from where they need to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R/T ish... View Post
    i had the same problem. they have a flat spot like they clearenced them, but its rotated 40 degrees from where they need to be.
    Yep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 99dart View Post
    NO, stay with the Mopar/PPH mids. If anything pull them and have them ceramic coated. I am still running my 20 year old PPH headers on my built 365 c.i. 10:8 -1 compression engine. Spend that money somewhere else...
    Dart: sent you a pm. Not sure if any are getting through now. I sat on one for 4 months until I realized someone sent one to me. "Notifications" does not seem to "light up" as it did 3 years ago.

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    I have a set of Jess Dale Long Tubes's I'm not using...Fit perfect on my 2001. Maybe not the prettiest out there, but perfect for someone running a power adder, Im NA, and 2" to 4" was too big.
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