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NEW LONG TUBE HEADERS.....

Postby Brian » Thu Mar 08, 2012 4:41 pm

Just for fun today....formerly top secret SEXY bit of kit for our forum friends to drool over. :wink:

Who knows what this is, what it fits? :lol:
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Re: Pst.......want a secret?

Postby Areddi » Thu Mar 08, 2012 6:23 pm

Well it's for an NC
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Re: Pst.......want a secret?

Postby jboemler » Thu Mar 08, 2012 7:01 pm

Areddi wrote:Well it's for an NC

Hope you're right! :mrgreen:
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby ronbauer » Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:43 am

Duh, it's a header..... :lol: Agreed that it's for an NC. The real question is, what's the application.
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby BrianC3343 » Fri Mar 09, 2012 1:53 pm

PPE long tube for NC?

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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby Brian » Fri Mar 09, 2012 4:16 pm

BrianC3343 wrote:PPE long tube for NC?

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Winner!

Now taking pre-orders CLICK HERE for INFO!

One piece not shown but included is a SHORTER than normal midpipe (with converter and resonator) so you can hook this bad boy up to any of our exhaust choices.
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby relentless » Sat Mar 10, 2012 2:03 am

Wow ... just excelllent. Looking forward to hearing the feedback about this good looking baby.
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby amoore311 » Sat Mar 10, 2012 7:27 am

How would this compare, performance wise, to the standard roadstersport exhaust Brian?


I am a few weeks away from ordering my roadstersport header and mid pipe, if this option is going to offer a better performance alternative I'll go that route.
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby whptgud » Sat Mar 10, 2012 11:05 am

Brian wrote:
BrianC3343 wrote:PPE long tube for NC?

Brian C.


Winner!

Now taking pre-orders for the first batch of ten!

One piece not shown but included is a SHORTER than normal midpipe (with converter and resonator) so you can hook this bad boy up to any of our exhaust choices.



Brian,
A couple of questions: Is the new midpipe a ppe one or is this an rs design. Do you know what the price will be? Do the sensors hook up into the midpipe like the rs setup?
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby AZ Sun Lover » Sat Mar 10, 2012 9:00 pm

whptgud wrote:
Brian wrote:
BrianC3343 wrote:PPE long tube for NC?

Brian C.


Winner!

Now taking pre-orders for the first batch of ten!

One piece not shown but included is a SHORTER than normal midpipe (with converter and resonator) so you can hook this bad boy up to any of our exhaust choices.



Brian,
A couple of questions: Is the new midpipe a ppe one or is this an rs design. Do you know what the price will be? Do the sensors hook up into the midpipe like the rs setup?



It's 100% PPE! plus a little help from Jay.
You really need to see the detail of this header at the collector, it's unreal the extra work & welding that went into this sweet heart! Note, if you look close you can see the welds in #4 primary / runner. This is not the case in their production header.
1.5" equal length primaries / runners help the mid-range torque too from what I have heard.
Sensors, one is in the header and the 2nd 02 is in the shorter mid-pipe after the cat. PPE *I think* will still have a 14x5" resonator in their mid-pipe.
*I think* they have something for the 02 wire's too.

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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby RUKnight » Sun Mar 11, 2012 10:00 am

Any plans to do back to back dyno's with your GWR header Brian?
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby AZ Sun Lover » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:03 am

Brian.
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby Brian » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:11 am

I agree it would be an interesting dyno comparison but this is peak season and we are already working beyond 14 hours every day. Thus, just no time for us to do that testing here.
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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby AZ Sun Lover » Sun Mar 11, 2012 4:45 pm

Brian wrote:I agree it would be an interesting dyno comparison but this is peak season and we are already working beyond 14 hours every day. Thus, just no time for us to do that testing here.


PPE is doing the same. I seen three welders setting at tables welding away.

Oh, one other note is look at the #1 runner / the front one. As it comes out and makes a sharper turn to keep up & away, to help keep heat from the alternator.

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Re: Pst.......Something NEW...First Look!

Postby Cyberbug » Sun Mar 11, 2012 5:30 pm

Would be interesting to see the gain in numbers compared to existing headers
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