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Old 04-11-2009, 09:13 PM
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2000 V10 Headers

I purchased my 2000 2WD V10 a couple of weeks ago. When I checked under the hood prior to purchasing the vehicle I checked the oil, fluids etc but overlooked the exhaust manifold. But I went out there today to see what model Banks air intake I had, I noticed some big burley headers strapped to my engine. Here comes the stupid question: Did 2000 Limited Excursion V10's come with headers? I love the way they sound but I thought that, that was just the rumble of the V10. Here are some pics of what I discovered. These are headers right?
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Yes, those are headers and no, they aren't stock. Looks like Banks Torque Tubes. Good score!
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Yeah!!! That is so awesome! I wanted to install headers but according to my budget it would have to be put on hold until I get my lift installed. It looks all banks: headers and air intake. That has to be a few $$'s. I also discovered today that my DVD player can play regular tv stations. And there was a mystery switch located next to the stereo. I tuned it to 88.6 and flipped the switch and found I can get surround sound from my rear DVD player.
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