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New ARH stainless headers & Xpipe have arrived...

 
Old 10-27-2013, 07:09 PM
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Your headers are great. I'm 2 for 2 so far on fitment and quality and performance. No video yet, just a picture...

Awesome picture, do you have a thread about that 406 build?
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Old 10-28-2013, 10:20 PM
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Talked to Mike at ARH he was able to get me taken care off I should be getting my new headers soon, great people to work with, cant say enough good things about them.
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Can one of you ARH owners post a pic of what they look from underneath at the oil pan? I have a "T" sump pan (11" wide) on a 427 I've installed, and want to see if I will have clearance issues before I order a set.
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Just ordered my exhaust today...
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Originally Posted by NASCAR314 View Post
Has anyone installed these on a "convertible", with the factory "X"-brace underneath, just wondered if there was any fit issues related to the factory "X"-brace with either the collectors, or the high flow cats.

I know there is not much room there even with a stock set-up.

96 LT1 set up for me, currently have the Corsa cat back exhaust and an old set of shorty headers that have been on for about 13 years now.
id also like to know this, interested in these headers for my 94 convertible
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They fit the convertibles. We have shipped/installed 100's over the past few years.

Call the shop direct, PM or [email protected]

Thanks for the orders!!
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id also like to know this, interested in these headers for my 94 convertible
I can attest these fit my 93 vert fine.

I did not need the x brace spacers, i marked and grinded off some points of contact on the x brace itself.

Its tight, but again didnt need any spacers.

I had mine coated (headers only) to reduce underhood heat.
Swain tech was the coating. fast turnaround and good price.

I no longer feel heat coming thru the firewall like i did on my jet hot tpis headers.
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^Mind if I ask how much is cost you? Did you ship them there?
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Originally Posted by 91blkvette View Post
Can one of you ARH owners post a pic of what they look from underneath at the oil pan? I have a "T" sump pan (11" wide) on a 427 I've installed, and want to see if I will have clearance issues before I order a set.
I have the ARH 1 3/4" to 1 7/8" stepped design and canton road race oil pan on my 93 lt1.

The header contacted the swingouts on the drivers side of the oil pan. Possibly the passenger side too? (I cant remember).

I had them make me stainless 'spacers' to space the headers off the heads (I have AFR195 comp ported headers) some.

It worked. I now have about 3/16" clearance between the front most portion of the header and the swingout of my oil pan.


Heres a picture of what it looked like before the spacers:
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Originally Posted by dizwiz24 View Post
I have the ARH 1 3/4" to 1 7/8" stepped design and canton road race oil pan on my 93 lt1.

The header contacted the swingouts on the drivers side of the oil pan. Possibly the passenger side too? (I cant remember).

I had them make me stainless 'spacers' to space the headers off the heads (I have AFR195 comp ported headers) some.

It worked. I now have about 3/16" clearance between the front most portion of the header and the swingout of my oil pan.


Heres a picture of what it looked like before the spacers:
Thanks diz...looks like I can get by without spacers.
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