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NC 2.0 IN OZ
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GWR Headers

Post by NC 2.0 IN OZ »

Just had installed GWR Headers (onto stock mid-pipe and Roadster Q Muffler).

Thanks Brian, looks and sounds great. Headers arrived in West Coast Australia within a week of leaving CA. Great service all around.

The shop that installed left off 3 of the heat shields.
The shield that bolts onto the side bulkhead (shields the brake lines)..
Has anyone left this off or have they re-installed the shield?
Would it be OK to leave off or best to put back on?

Up-side is can see the Headers better with it off.

Thanks. John
Oz
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Re: GWR Headers

Post by Oz »

Don't know that I'd like almost the entire brake system including the booster sitting there with all that radiated heat.
I installed the shield just to be safe.

Pulled the baffles out of my Q today...it actually sounds quieter!? and the bumometer thinks it goes harder too.
Rob Young
Black 2005 NCLE GWR Exh, Cosworth, Mototune, Ohlins, PF01
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Re: GWR Headers

Post by Brian »

Yes, put the shield back on that protects the brake lines.
Brian Goodwin
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