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Unread 02-27-2014, 08:57 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by hectorav View Post
Hey guys, I'm pretty new here. I've been a long time lurker, just never really posted anything. Anyway, as for the headers, I just got them installed yesterday, and it is a confirmed fit, did it myself. The instructions kind of confuse you but it's a pretty straight forward installation. The only difficult part of the Exhaust manifold is that it is on the back end of the engine, which was pretty hard to reach, but it can be done.
Didn't notice much of a noise change due to the fact that I have the K&N Cold Air and the Magnaflow Exhaust, but did notice a much deeper tone, which made the Compass sound like a mean machine. Do notice the speed and horsepower increase. Overall, a good piece f equipment.
Hey i was wondering where you purchased the set of headers you used??

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