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Old 04-05-2012, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default 2010 FX4 5.4 Long Tube Headers

I am looking for some help finding some headers. I am doing a tech article for Truckin Magazine on the performance of our 2010 F150 FX4 we are building for SEMA and a Truckin cover shoot that will be lifted up 20 inches on 46s and feature a ProCharger D1SC and Snow Performance Methanol Water Injection and SSBC Brakes. I am looking for a company that makes a nice Long Tube Header for the truck. I spoke to Stainless Works already so I need someone besides them. They didn't seem to be that interested. I can run a Borla exhaust but need some headers. Any suggestions? Thanks for your input.

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Stainless Steel Works! Look them up on line and search their website. I also have a 2010 5.4. They make a whole kit with long tubes, high flow cats ( or not), and X pipe. All for about &1,500.00.
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