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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by fordslayer383, May 7, 2005.

    my buddie says he wants to slap on some headers on his stock 350 , but thinks that it wont make a noticable increase in power some oppinions will hopefully put an end to me tellin him
     
  1. WARP1

    WARP1 Registered Member

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    I noticed a gain on my stock 350 when I went to headers.
     
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    If they are long tube headers. You wil gain both HP and torque.
     
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    If i had a stock 350, headers would be the FIRST thing i would do... better throttle response, hp, torque, and the sound is awesome. Especially without mufflers. :D
     
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    You won't gain much off of shorties, but full lenght headers or try- y's you will notice a gain in HP. Also electric fans will add HP.
     
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    Earlier I coulnd't even come close to getting these 36's to bust loose, but with headers and electric fans it is really easy. I had a really significant power increase between the two.
     

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