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Old April 18th, 2012, 11:01 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Thanks for the heads up. I will find a way to block the second pipe then.
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I can also add some technical information. This concerns the headers. This is for the more advanced tuners. The maximum increase in powers the fully dual exhaust. That is, gases 1 - 4 cylinders, do not intersect with the gases of 2 - 3 cylinders. It is a bit more complicated than bolt on, however, if there is a welding machine and a bit of skill, it will give more than a cold inlet, the big choke and thermal gaskeds together. It is tested at the stand. If this is difficult, it is better to buy headers 4-1. I've seen, it is on sale. The point is that the exhaust gases of the maximum late intersect. It prevents the penetration of gases from one cylinder to another. There is more qualitative purge of the cylinder. To get a good, pleasant sound, the length of the tubes from each cylinder must be equal.

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I can also add some technical information. This concerns the headers. This is for the more advanced tuners. The maximum increase in powers the fully dual exhaust. That is, gases 1 - 4 cylinders, do not intersect with the gases of 2 - 3 cylinders. It is a bit more complicated than bolt on, however, if there is a welding machine and a bit of skill, it will give more than a cold inlet, the big choke and thermal gaskeds together. It is tested at the stand. If this is difficult, it is better to buy headers 4-1. I've seen, it is on sale. The point is that the exhaust gases of the maximum late intersect. It prevents the penetration of gases from one cylinder to another. There is more qualitative purge of the cylinder. To get a good, pleasant sound, the length of the tubes from each cylinder must be equal.
Great info Man!!!! I appreciate it. So it'd be better to go 4-1 instead of 4-2-1 ?
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Great info Man!!!! I appreciate it. So it'd be better to go 4-1 instead of 4-2-1 ?
Yes. 4-1 showed the best result on 6 HP than the exhaust 4-2-1.
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However, fully dual exhaust (as posted above) gives 18 HP and unique sound.
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hmm, interesting. Did you have to custom make those headers? Because from what I thought OBX and RRE both made 4-2-1, I may be wrong tho.
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hmm, interesting. Did you have to custom make those headers? Because from what I thought OBX and RRE both made 4-2-1, I may be wrong tho.
I think OBX is 4-1 im sure of it lol unless I'm missing something


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^^^^Yes, it's 4-1
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Gotchu haha, I haven't seen a picture of the OBX headers for awhile. I was about to google a pic and look. Thanks Agustin and thanks again stas
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Gotchu haha, I haven't seen a picture of the OBX headers for awhile. I was about to google a pic and look. Thanks Agustin and thanks again stas
No problem, I cant wait till I throw these on
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There is another way to get a little power. Cold inlet. However, the majority of tuners just remove the filter in a cool place. Cold it can be called only conditionally. Gives a good, turning pipe insulation. In the engine compartment temperature is more 70C, so just pipe heat up and give the temperature of the incoming air. Yes, it's not very nice, than polished pipe, but the result is more important.
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This may actually clear the code you are already throwing lol, and u might sell it with the header on and I'll have no harder .


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Already read it. It seems that injen's new product no longer has the second pipe into the resonator. Looks like no longer have to worry!
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There is another way to get a little power. Cold inlet. However, the majority of tuners just remove the filter in a cool place. Cold it can be called only conditionally. Gives a good, turning pipe insulation. In the engine compartment temperature is more 70C, so just pipe heat up and give the temperature of the incoming air. Yes, it's not very nice, than polished pipe, but the result is more important.
Are you talking about wrapping the header?


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Already read it. It seems that injen's new product no longer has the second pipe into the resonator. Looks like no longer have to worry!
Lol yeah I was going to say that also, I think I did in that thread at the bottom lol. So yeah ur good to go


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good idea. I've not cared about how it looks really. Function>form in my opinion.
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If for you it is difficult to make reflash or F/IC, there is a simple way to add a little fuel to compensate for your modifications. We have electronic gas pedal. When exiting the voltage changes from 0 - 5 volts. The same on the TPS. We have a temperature sensor of the engine. He gives understanding of ECU what the temperature of the engine. On a cold engine, fuel more. Follow my meaning." Simple diagram can link TPS and temperature sensor. When you press the gas pedal, the temperature sensor will increase the resistance and the ECU will think that the temperature is low. When this is added to the fuel. A little, but all the same.
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Map of fuel in a cold engine is designed to -32C. When the fuel is added up to 30%.
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Where can you get a OBX headers?
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Either Ebay or post a WTB thread in the automotive for sale section of our website.
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I just googled but none of them claims to fit the 06+ eclipse... Is there a product number of something?
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There may not be any for sale at the moment.

They do make them, this guy is selling them or sold I can't remember

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Maybe call OBX
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ive had mine like this for awhile and it helps alot to keep ait's down
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There may not be any for sale at the moment.

They do make them, this guy is selling them or sold I can't remember

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Maybe call OBX
No agustin owns them now. Maybe wait for cash and go for the RRE one.
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Always have heard good things about RRE header. They are the go to header around here haha
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No agustin owns them now. Maybe wait for cash and go for the RRE one.
Yes I do have them .
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I would say any heatwrap would work. Whatever you would use for headers or exhaust should be fine.
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Chiming in on the header designs:

4-2-1 like RRE short tube headers have been dynoed time and time again to show better throttle response and low end torque, whereas the RIPP, or OBX alleged rippff 4-1 gives slightly better gains up top.

Stayer, for the dual exhaust, is there a difference in lower end power compared to other headers? And what diameter pipes did you use? Also, is this exhaust similar to the v6 X shaped pipe design?
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Chiming in on the header designs:

4-2-1 like RRE short tube headers have been dynoed time and time again to show better throttle response and low end torque, whereas the RIPP, or OBX alleged rippff 4-1 gives slightly better gains up top.

Stayer, for the dual exhaust, is there a difference in lower end power compared to other headers? And what diameter pipes did you use? Also, is this exhaust similar to the v6 X shaped pipe design?
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Change headers only helps at high rpm. The goal is to increase the length of the pipe. It will complicate penetration of exhaust gases in the neighboring cylinders. Accordingly, improve purge of the cylinder and the filling of the fresh fuel mixture.
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You did it. I read your topic and saw the pictures. As you understand, MAF sensor nothing to do with it. You lowered the temperature of the incoming air, accordingly increased its density. This means more oxygen in each of the cc. This increases the power of the combustion of fuel.
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Dual exhaust - greatest increase in output.


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what about blocking off the exhaust pass through in the cylinder head some how. im sure that would help with power.
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what about blocking off the exhaust pass through in the cylinder head some how. im sure that would help with power.
i would love to do this.the gt guys are lucky having the tube on the outside of the im
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