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I was wandering if anyone was running the ceramic coated edelbrock headers? I was looking at them at summitracing and they were pretty cheap compared to most ceramic coated headers. They are part number EDL-65643. They look like they would work good but i was wanting to know if anyone was running them to see how they coating was holding up.

http://store.summitracing.com/default.asp?Ntt=EDL-65643&Ntk=KeywordSearch&DDS=1&searchinresults=false&N=115&target=egnsearch.asp
 

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i've had them on for a few months. so far so good. no rust, they seem to hold the heat down a little, and it was an easy install. i would recommend them if youve got the cash
 

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On 2005-11-21 08:59, robike wrote:
i've had them on for a few months. so far so good. no rust, they seem to hold the heat down a little, and it was an easy install. i would recommend them if youve got the cash

Just ordered a set of them so hopefully they will be here in a couple days. I also ordered a 2 magnaflow high flow cats, 2 magnaflow mufflers, TCI deep trany pan, transgo shift kit, and some 1.7 RR's. :naughty: :naughty:
 

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I've had them on my truck for about a year with no problems at all, not even the ever so common leaks usually a$$ociated with headers. They definitely keep the heat WAY down inside the engine compartment. I noticed a considerable mileage and power increase over stock manifolds. If you can I would recommend some full length longtube headers but if you have to, eledbrock shorties are a good choice.
 

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Robert97dodge: If it's not asking to much can you install the 1.7 RRs first, and give some feedback on what the gains are?
You have a 5.2 or 5.9?
 
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