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Thinking about making the leap! Was it worth it for those who did it?
Logan, is the flange toward the rear, the connection for the crossover from the drivers side?Sub'd. I remember George offering a header system that used a crossover from the drivers side to passenger and a log style manifold on the passenger side. Seems pretty simple, although I don't recall if the AC has to be deleted/relocated.
If you are indeed a welder then build your own manifoldsI've been talking with a few guys about kits for sale, but I am a stainless pipe welder and fitter by trade, so I have unlimited access to any size of stainless tubing and material. And I'm fully capable of making just about anything out of metal. The only thing holding me up is if I should get shorty headers and modify them, or just get some header-to-head flanges and make my own, if I did, I'm thinking something like a log setup. 1 7/8-2" primaries, then have them all foward-swept at a 45 degree angle and coped into a 3" log, then have a v-band ferrule at the end. It seems this would save a ton on space, but would the log type manifold flow decently? I can post a hand drawn scetch of what I'm talking about