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    I was looking at headers for my wrangler. I thought maybe it could help in the power department and make it sound badass at the same time. But there r so many kinds of headers for these things. I want to buy a cheap one but i dont want it leak or crap out on me. I also want one that duel exhaust. Is pacesetter any good??? If anyone has any expierience with this please let me know what u chose.

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    NP231 Needed!!!

    Keep the orginal manifold and just gut or loose the catand add a good sounding flow thru exaust such as Flowmaster or Danaflow ect... The header is a pain from all I am able to gather from the exaust installers around here. They all claim to get more return problems of loos fit exaust leaks ect.. for headers than any other mod going. Just the way I see it. good luck in the deal what ever you do here. Tug

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    You can get a headman or personally go with a borla ....they are great....:)
    NEED A TRANNY FOR A 1988 YJ 4.2.....HELP

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    Go with a steel header. The stainless headers crack (stock,borla,ect) too easy around the welds and are difficult to repair. The stainless is too thin.

    Ebay has alot of listings and types posted.
    Still under construction. 38\'s,LT1/700r4,waggy axels.

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    Borla. Stainless steel!

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