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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-02-2009, 06:08 AM Thread Starter
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was looking around on ebay the other day and found a set of tsudo headers that are advertised to fit the cavalier and sunfire. Now i thought the cobalt set up was similar to it, so would these headers fit on my cobalt? I plan on installing the tsudo exhaust and was wondering if i could get the headers to match?

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-02-2009, 06:35 AM
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im not sure, you might wanna look into it before buying them.

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headers for the cav/sunfire will not fit the cobalt. I'm pretty sure they will bolt up to the head but need modification to fit the rest of the exhaust



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its header for one thing, headers would be for a v6 or a v8. we have 4 cylinders all together its a header. sorry that just bothers me when people say headers.

and it'll fit, just wont line up with rest of the exhaust, they have obx and pacesetters also on ebay made specifically for the cobalt. however i wouldn't go for the obx the polished pacesetters has a ceramic coating its what i'll be using... along with a downpipe for it by exhaust depot.
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is that made by racing soluctions? if not what is namebrand? i'm pretty set on the pacesetters polished ceramic coated header a lil more expensive... what are the details on it is it stainless steel etc... that site doesn't have any real details about the header.
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Its a generic brand thats been out for a couple of months. It is stainless steel though
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hrm any dyno number or anything for it?
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Nope, nadda. The 2.0/2.4 header from the same company was pretty popular
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