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Old 09-11-2017, 11:00 PM
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Slightly off-topic, but Question: do you need to ceramic coat / wrap these (or any) headers for full effect? Or are you just trying to keep the exhaust temp high to help keep density low so it flows further before cooling and decreasing in volume (thus theoretically reducing pressure in the header)? What happens when it hits the rest of the non-coated / wrapped exhaust? Is it proven that you are gaining something? Just wondering. My rusty ole stock headers don't appear to have any special treatment. If it is recommended, would it help to do something to stock exhaust?
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The stock exhaust manifolds are cast iron, so there is no special need to coat them. Some have just for the bling factor. I coat my headers to keep things close by from melting (wiring etc. wrapped for extra protection) and for the finished look. I have never been into the wrapped look on headers. Its ok for a while, but they usually looks like hell in the long run. As far as improving scavenging, I will let an expert respond to the value of coating or wrapping headers.
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Old 09-12-2017, 07:06 PM
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I have Mopar long Tube headers. When I first installed them without the ceramic coating, the underhood temperature was excessive. I do not know if it was hot enough to damage anything though. When I blew a couple of pistons, I had the headers coated. The temperature dropped dramatically under the hood. That said, I like the looks of the stainless steel headers better than the ceramic coating. Just my 2 cents...
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Couple of you what pmd me about mids and headers please text me 7809356707 , my pms are not working properly . And I can call you back if that works .
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Just you clarify:
This kit is/was mounted on a QC ?
Mids would need modification to fit a RC ?
Are the Headers a direct bolt-on on a RC or . . . ?
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Old 09-16-2017, 01:38 PM
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Kit was on reg cab but fits a QC too
If you run factory exhaust yes if you have a mopar long tubes they will bolt on
Headers are direct bolt on yes , on Rc and QC .
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