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Has anyone used these headers? If so, please, all the info and reviews I can get. At $690, a pretty big purchase for me. I like the fact that they are 4into one instead of a common pipe like the stock ones. Yestertech has some as well at the same price, but I'm just "feelin" the Rex.

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There was some feedback from someone about them, used on a pretty stout motor.  I don't remember where that was though, here, Y-block Magazine, somewhere else..
I want to say that the motor in question was between 400 and 500hp, so they are probably the best off-the-shelf header available for the vehicles they are designed to fit.


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Thanks Charlie, that's what I was thinking as well. They certainly "look" the part. Quality looks good.

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Sorry about the quality of the pic. Best I got.

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I believe Red's Heads sell the same style headers as well.


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I understand that these headers will not work with an automatic transmission. Some clearance problem. I have a set that will go on when I put the blower motor in. I'll know more then I'm sure.

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Moon shadow, It says floor mount manual OR automatic with "some modification". I was looking at that and some minor clearencing on the shift linkage I think all need be done. I dunno, won't really matter with the T5. I KNOW all will clear then.

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I figured at the worst I could use a cable column shift adapter.

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I have a pair of Red's Headers on my 56 and they are not a 4 into 1. They call them passenger dual tube headers. For my blower motor in the coupe I went with Ram's Horns and will build a 2&1/2" exhaust system (with electric cut-outs!!)

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Interested in the difference between Red's and Rex's as they look the same but I think Red's are a little cheaper.


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