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Old 02-29-2004, 04:00 PM   #11
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gotta have em. How much and will they fit a 93
these will not fit a Series 1. The valve sequence isn't evenly staggered on the heads.
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The rear o2 sensor lit on me as well when I first installed the headers. Doesnt affect performance but took a few starts to clear itself and relearn the new flow.
They look great, I like the slp badging, slick.
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looks awesome
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The rear o2 sensor lit on me as well when I first installed the headers. Doesnt affect performance but took a few starts to clear itself and relearn the new flow.
They look great, I like the slp badging, slick.
Were you using a spoofer for the rear 02? i need to get my wheel bearing replaced and i dont want to take it into the dealership with an SES. How long did it take for yours to go away? Scott says the spoofer just sends a sine wave that shows all is well.
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Very nice Rogue How are you going to wipe the smile off your face???

I think you made a great choice with the SLP headers, the primary tubes are a little smaller than the TOGs but if your emphasis is performance on the street I think the size is just right.

Too bad about the tranny dipstick, I thought most knew you need the W-body tube to make it work.

Awesome Rogue...looks great...you must be very pleased

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gotta have em. How much and will they fit a 93
these will not fit a Series 1. The valve sequence isn't evenly staggered on the heads.
does anybody make headers for the series 1
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gotta have em. How much and will they fit a 93
these will not fit a Series 1. The valve sequence isn't evenly staggered on the heads.
does anybody make headers for the series 1
No, but if you pay Ty enough, i'm sure he could do it

A Nice Port and Polish for $200 or less wouldn't be bad if you're breathing right.
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Those headers look sweet. It looks like your next project will be an LSD huh?
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Headers look awesome!!

That'* one beast of a Bonneville you've got there Rouge!
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It took a couple of days to clear, about 4-5 starts a day. I have a spoofer but saving that untill the I remove the cat. Correct It is a sine wave but very soft almost flat like.
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