i have them, they are great, exacept the rear is real ***** to install, bigger ***** than clearing tailights, or anything...i tihnk you have to pull the motor to get ther rear one in? possibly..anyways, for 30 bucks it's worthwhile
wait, i thought this guy is danny, and someone wrote him an e-mail saying this to him. if thats the case, then what else can you insert into your engine mounts to stiffen them up that wont affect ride quality? i guess they'll mostly affect idle quality, well anyways
Sorry for all the confusion, I am Danny and that was the letter from AJ about my concerns on the spoon header (or any other after-market headers for that fact). Now, I can understand why the factory header has two huge braces to hold it in place. I thought that the urethane engine mounts made the car really uncomfortable during idle, and since I drive mostly in stop and go traffic wouldn’t that be a pain in the rear? Should I look into having the shop weld an extra flange to the spoon header so I can bolt it back onto the factory brace, or should I just not worry about it anymore.
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