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Old 07-19-2013, 01:43 PM   #1
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1990 E350 Headers

I had posted this in another section but as its a different subject I wanted to refresh the current subject, has anyone with the econoline chassis had any luck fitting headers? Or have you removed the headers and and still have a good set of stock manifolds that I could buy? I have heard if you ceramic coat the stock manifold it discepates the heat quickly. As now the motor is getting torn down this is the perfect time to take some preventative measures.
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Old 07-21-2013, 06:32 PM   #2
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Mitchyb,
Gale Banks Engineering makes a good set of stainless headers for most motorhomes, class Aand C, but they are expensive. If these are too much for you, then look for a good set of coated low end torque headers, like a set of Doug Thorley Tri-Y headers. Then behind them put a set of 3" pipes and good high flow mufflers.
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Check with Summit, Jegs or Speedway for sources of truck headers. While Banks makes an excellent product, there are alternatives that are not nearly as pricey and still offer good performance. I'd start by calling Speedway as they are quick to refer you to other source if they are unable to meet your needs.
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