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Old 03-26-2002, 09:41 PM
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Okay, I tried posting something like this a while back in the exhaust forum with no response so I thought I'd see if you guys have any knowledge.

I'm trying to find a set of Tri-Y Tuned headers (preferly cermaic or whatever the best is anymore) for my '96 Ranger, 2.3L. I've looked around and for the most part it looks like if I want them I'll have to go buy a good set of tuned headers and find someone who really knows what they are doing and put a Tri-Y adapter on with the collector but hopefully someone here has an idea. Thanks for any help guys and have a great day.

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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 27-Apr-02 AT 03:33 PM (EST)]Try Clifford Performance www.cliffordperformance.com
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if you have a look you will notice that you already have a stock shorty header which actually performs quite well in itself for being a stock item. but if you are looking for long tube headers try racerwalsh, thorley makes one, heddman makes one, race engineering makes one, clifford performance makes one, and i believe esslinger makes one
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