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Anyone here running Raptor headers on their EZ30's?

And has anyone done the "RAM AIR CAI" kit?

Or what are the alternatives?

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I have the headers. They are well made. Are Chinese now though. Never the cai. In all honesty don't think its worth it 

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17 hours ago, gotasuby said:

I have the headers. They are well made. Are Chinese now though. Never the cai. In all honesty don't think its worth it 

Notice much difference?

He's out of stock until at least April now, wonder if there's somewhere else I could get them from

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16 minutes ago, NTYCME said:

Notice much difference?

He's out of stock until at least April now, wonder if there's somewhere else I could get them from

Let me know if you find somewhere else. Im ok with waiting till April for them, but always interested in good alternatives. Ive seen a couple on ebay, but have no idea of quality.

Also Im running an Xforce system from the Y pipe back, that sounds really good, even with the stock headers, woill sound so much better with headers and high flow cats.

The Skid Factory on YT have a vid where Al shows the inside of the stock headers, more restrictive then they look from the outside.

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I was at flatnats last year and heard a EZ30 with headers, it broadens the overall sound. I think you get less engine and more exhaust, I'd be Keen to keep this going and see if there is any alternative!? Atm I like my 2.5inch although sound is only out the pipes, you don't get so much in the cabin like headers might help??

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Following! Interested in headers and removing cats to improve flow, leaving the rest of the system stock to keep stock noise levels.

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6 hours ago, calebwrx said:

Following! Interested in headers and removing cats to improve flow, leaving the rest of the system stock to keep stock noise levels.

I think you might have to have cats for WOF. 

High flow cats are not very restrictive, and the rest of the stock system is quite restrictive. 

Personally I don't think you would get much gain power wise with stock rear section and wouldn't be worth the money.

Start with the midsection back, if you are wanting quiet but better flowing you might be better off finding a set of offset mufflers (quieter) and getting a muffler shop to fab up the rest. That way you get a better flowing exhaust and keep the noise level to your liking. Then you can save up for the headers.

 

 

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@calebwrx 3rd cat delete and set of new mufflers is nice. Cheap enough at pitstop! Any other suggestions for fab shops??

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