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Old 12-09-2006, 05:45 PM   #1
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Any info on a header for 2.0 Duratech ??

Does anyone know of a header for 05' and up Duratech 2.0 ?? Draxxas had one but is going out of business,,,, Any ideas would rock !!

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F2 and Cosworth make them as well...
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The only thing that worries me about the F2 header is the lack of a flex pipe, we have one for a reason cosworth uses one why did F2 use just a standard metal pipe besides being cheaper to make.
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if torqued properly the spring bolts do just as fine job as a flex pipe
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im late in this thread... but i contacted F2 about their pipe... they said that HONDA has been usin that design for years and it acts like a flexpipe....

just some info incase some one searches this thread...
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