Discussion in 'Member Trucks' started by BowtieBrody, Apr 9, 2017.
You won't. I have no idea WTF he is on about.
Me neither. He's built engines for his stock cars back when we lived in the Midwest, so I wanted to see if he though it'd be worthwhile...obviously he's not keen on the idea; plus he's more of a fan of just leaving things bone stock.
I've put headers on lots of cars and have yet to be disappointed. Or blow one up for it.
I hope I can snag a diesel bumper soon. I really don't want to fork out $200 for one from LMC truck.
If it makes ya feel any better I got myself one on my flipper truck.
200.... dam... go look at the bone yards... I got mine for 25 bucks... last time I went there where still 4 or 5 out there....lol.
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Trust me, I've looked;
LKQ several times, Pull a Part, local yards. I ran into one guy at a salvage yard who was going to GIVE me a loaded diesel bumper for free, never called me back. I was going to buy one for like $75 a couple weeks ago but I blew the radiator out, guy never texted me back.
I know as soon as I buy off LMC, there'll be 4 or 5 every time I go to the junkyard again!
You should totally put it on the dually, or better yet, totally send it to me,
In my opinion there would be no way you would warp any valves due to rapid heat dissipation. Of course there will be a little less heat but not like it would be a rapid cool down. I have run headers on my truck for 18 years now but it’s a 350. Don’t see why Cubic inch would make a difference though.
Little late on the response but figured I would add my 32cents since I have run headers for so many years.
Anyone know if these plug wires are any decent?
Or should I just spring for these Napa HD or Accel wires?
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