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Z06 headers in stock...TTS long tube and B&B shorties

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We have 2001 Headers in stock from TTS as well as B&B, for your Z06. Free ground shipping is included.


A weight savings with the B&B's along with less labor on the installion, about 2.5 hours, tops are a couple of benefits of these recently released headers. They are half the weight of the stock Z06 manifolds currently on the car. An all stainless steel construction in a true step header design worth 11-15 extra horses.


The TTS offer a few more ponies and torque down low and are the best quality out there. Design/coating/flanges/workmanship, you name it, they are the best I have seen on after market headers in this class. Figure a 6 hour install with these.

Please email me if interested in pricing information.



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Yes, the TTS models are coated inside and out and beautifully done. Thick flanges, tight welds and healthy collectors.

The pre cats being removed shouldn't cause you an emmission issue given that the rest of the cars emmission system is intact and operating properly.

We have stock on both TTS and B&B headers.



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On 2001-06-14 23:37, JZ spewed forth this drivel:
I Want Them!! How much? (Long tube) Who on this Forum has them and what are your actual experiences/results? Is this a direct warantee violation?

30+ this real or BS? I would almost be willing to screw the warantee for this gain! /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif /phpBB/images/smiles/icon_biggrin.gif

Z-Blk/Torch,V1-Remote,Lloyds,Zaino,Clifford G4,Custom Tunes, and Lead Foot!!


We haven't seen a 30 hp gain with either set, maybe hcvone is speaking of a situation different than we are familiar with.

I sent you email on pricing a moment ago.

We received more stock on TTS headers yesterday.

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