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Old 05-24-2006, 10:19 AM   #11
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Eric..I think your dad is thinking of a different pipe. The crossover should be pretty universal and wouldn't be replaced unless it cracked or somehow got damaged. The chances of it getting damaged are very slim.
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Andrew, will these fit my 94?I tried looking for more info on the link but I didnt find anything.
nope that is for S2, although i have heard that the S1 manis are pretty good to begin with, there is not much to port as apposed to the S2
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Oh Why does the S1 get gyped everytime? Even Rogue couldnt help me out because all of INTENSE products are for the S2

When I search "Performance" online for the S1 I get these universal products that leaves me thinking "will they fit or not"


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Oh Why does the S1 get gyped everytime? Even Rogue couldnt help me out because all of INTENSE products are for the S2

When I search "Performance" online for the S1 I get these universal products that leaves me thinking "will they fit or not"


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www.serieseoneperformance.com

and i believe that oleblueyesbonne is working with a vendor for PEM'* for a S1
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Also GTPowderworks aka Hulkspeed is currently working on a set of S1'* for Morty right now. I believe he is going to start offering them in his normal line up on the website.
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Eric,

as for tires on a budget... Some goodyear american eagles would do good... I had them and actually liked them.... Not the best tire in the world but not the worst either... Maybe a medium grade performance tire with a nice stiff sidewall...

As for the manifolds, the front mani has the worst restrictions... The cross over and the rear mani are actually ok

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Forget high temp paint. It'* worthless. Look up my old topic of 1500 degree beautiful red paint on my freshly ported manifolds.

Nothing remains of the paint. It was gone in two weeks.
I was going to say the same thing. High-temp paint is not worth it for EMs. Mine looked amazing for a week tops, but flaked away. At one point you could blow the paint off. It worked great on my LIM, and everything else I painted, but not the EMs.
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