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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 LX Coupe, 302, PA C4 and On3 70mm.
    1993 Reef Blue hatch, 347, 3550, and a kit.
    1992 Gould GT project...

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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 LX Coupe, 302, PA C4 and On3 70mm.
    1993 Reef Blue hatch, 347, 3550, and a kit.
    1992 Gould GT project...

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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 LX Coupe, 302, PA C4 and On3 70mm.
    1993 Reef Blue hatch, 347, 3550, and a kit.
    1992 Gould GT project...

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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 LX Coupe, 302, PA C4 and On3 70mm.
    1993 Reef Blue hatch, 347, 3550, and a kit.
    1992 Gould GT project...

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