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    Flowtech turbo headers

    I picked these up figuring what the hell... They was originally $251 for a set but they went on sale for $227. I can always use them down the road Im sure. Maybe this will get me away from the On3 parts and into a better turbo kit for the 92.

    Flowtech 1.75 down and forward turbo headers made of 304 stainless. I opted for the polished version. They natural headers are around $211 for a set. I just bolted them up to a stock motor to see how they fit. Not to bad I guess. They come with the v bands, clamps and bolts.

    For the price, they seem pretty nice.
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    1992 Mustang Coupe, 302 with a C4 and a turbo.
    1989 Mustang Coupe, all motor stick car with air

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    At price, there's no reason not to try them. If they failed in a year or 2, just replace them!
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    That's what I was thinking. I may try to fit them on the Fairlane. May have front exit exhaust on it for a while!

    You picked up the Valley Speed headers right? Im curious about those as well.
    1992 Mustang Coupe, 302 with a C4 and a turbo.
    1989 Mustang Coupe, all motor stick car with air

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    Yeah love the Valley speed headers. They're a great deal too. When I bought them they were fairly new and since then they've refined them a bit. I ran into an issue where the passengers side header is too close to the frame rail on a Windsor. Well they figured it out and started shortening that side a bit for clearance, about a month after I bought them. Anyway, really nice product and they were $595 shipped to the house. That's with v-bands installed, clamps, gaskets and 2 sets of bolts. I should have bought another set and sold these to a guy with a 302, it wasn't cost effective to have the passengers side fixed.
    Rick

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    6.27625 liters of turbocharged goodness


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    I may end up picking a set of those up too. Ive been looking into a ZSR 427 so that may happen next spring since they are backed up till then. So many options! If I do it, Ill be doing another kit with a 94 or so and they may be a pretty good route to go.
    1992 Mustang Coupe, 302 with a C4 and a turbo.
    1989 Mustang Coupe, all motor stick car with air

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    These look hard to beat for the money!

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    You can get the natural finish a little cheaper but they are pretty nice for the price.

    I need to get them in a car and see how they fit.
    1992 Mustang Coupe, 302 with a C4 and a turbo.
    1989 Mustang Coupe, all motor stick car with air

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