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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
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Shorty Header Down Pipe Fit

i'm looking at a bad mab shorty header and a zap 2.5 inch catted down pipe
will they fit together or will it not bolt on and be long enough?
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It'll be fine, but I'd still personally get the ZZP shorty header over the Bad Mab one, only reason I say that is they were having warping problems for a while and you'd get an exhaust leak.

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where would i find a zzp shorty header? i've only found the mid length and long tube headers on zzperformance.com
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You can always go with an LSJ downpipe if your a 2.2liter. For downpipe, if you get your vehicle emissions tested, get the 400 cell cat converter they offer in the options, they at least guarantee a no p0420 code

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They will fit fine, worked fine for me i got badmab and zzp DP combo, no problems here.

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You can always go with an LSJ downpipe if your a 2.2liter. For downpipe, if you get your vehicle emissions tested, get the 400 cell cat converter they offer in the options, they at least guarantee a no p0420 code
Only will work if he's a 5-spd car.

Auto car won't directly bolt-in an LSJ DP.

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