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Old 05-15-2010, 07:07 PM   #51
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Ah, yeah, you're going to hear those because the exhaust manifolds hide the sounds. Headers help bring them back around. Another benefit to headers!
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probably an oil change since over due to fix it
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ok so oil change quited it down, but its still there, i only have 8000 miles on my engine...
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Any ideas?
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I hear my valves a lot more too. It'* simply something that comes with headers. Not sure why, but it happens. Perhaps you can wrap the headers? Also, your 95 engine may simply be louder because it'* the first year of the Series 2.
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its not a cool sound haha, did anyone find any way to hide it?
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None that I know of. Wrapping the headers might help, and perhaps putting Dynamat everywhere in the engine bay and on the underside of the hood may help, but otherwise I'm sure there'* not that much to do.
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