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Anyone Heard of, or RUN MESA HEADERS??

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 90blzr, Jul 18, 2001.

  1. 90blzr

    90blzr 1/2 ton status

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    My dad has some on his truck and I remember reading about them a year or two ago, and they were supposed to be the sh*t. I know when muffler guy checked them out he said they were very well built and designed, whatever thats worth. Anyways, I tried calling them, but the number doesnt work anymore and I heard they moved, and there website is under construction. Just wondering what your thoughts are on these babies.
     
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    90blzr, I have had Mesa headers on my 99Yukon for 60k miles so far and have not had a problem at all. They are made extremely well and after the first re-torquing, the bolts remain tight and the flanges seal well. Performance enhancement was noticable especially on the low end. I have added a whipple supercharger since the headers and the combo is awesome. They were in Costa Mesa Ca. two years ago when I bought them. Hope this helps.

    Bill
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  3. 90blzr

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    Yeah my dad loves them and has had NO problems with gaskets since he's had them on. I wish could find out how to contact them.
     
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    great headers

    babey blue
     
  5. ChevyCaGal

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    Yeah I heard of them... they are really awesome from what I know and have seen. They are mucho bucks however price wise... for the money I think maybe you could do something else just as good but not as costly....?

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    Yeah, I remember by dad saying the were on the high side, but I dont remember how much. Thats why I wanted to give them a call and have them give me the run down on them and why they are so much better than the others out there, price, etc. If they are really that much higher than the others, then I will just use that money for other mods.

    <P ID="edit"><FONT class="small">Edited by 90blzr on 07/20/01 04:05 AM.</FONT></P>
     
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    Do you remember how much you paid, if you dont mind me asking? thanks
     
  8. bushwacker

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    90blzr, I think it was around 600. just for the headers and Y pipe.

    Bill
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