Have you had any rattling from the header and bell housing? Looks awful close in your thread
right on, thanks for the heads up.Mine doesn't. Before I bought it I researched and some folks said they fit like crap and rub the bellhousing, some fit great like mine so personally, I suggest it. Keep in mind I have ran across folks saying they had fitment issues with their RacingBeat headers as well even though they're insanely overpriced.
Any other questions, feel free.
Ya thats what I was reading. Seems straight forward enough..And just to give you a heads up. Undo the exhaust side motor mount and lift the engine up slightly. It'll make installing the header a lot easier.
They used to do ebay, but I think they switched it just to their own site. I ordered from their site direct, got it quick.is the only way to get this header direct from Racelandus? my google-fu is too weak to tell me otherwise :s
I pulled 110 wheel horsepower and 96 torque on my 1.6 with a Raceland header and a cone air filter. I don't have dyno numbers from before, but I definitely noticed a difference on the butt dyno when I first put it in. And being able to generate those numbers on the dyno at the very least shows that it's not restrictive, even if I can't pinpoint the header as the reason for all that go-juice.Adam, any butt-dyno gains after you installed the header?