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Old 06-20-2016, 07:11 PM   #1
KingWenzel
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Default Skunk2 Alpha header + K-Tuned 3 inch Oval Exhaust?

Has anyone ever installed a Skunk2 Alpha header and K-Tuned 3" oval exhaust on the K20A3?

I have a JRSC EP3, Comptech Icebox, RC440 injectors, stock header, and Greddy SP2 catback. I'm looking to get a larger exhaust and the K-Tuned oval is the best sounding, looking, and fitting it looks. The Skunk2 Alpha header looks to be one of the better performing headers for the price.

Let me know if anyone has ever bolted these together; I'm looking to buy a new exhaust system and get a proper dyno tune in a couple weeks. Thanks!
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Old 09-30-2016, 01:46 PM   #2
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Can contest to ktuned 3in oval exhaust sounding the best. I've heard skunk2 headers have problems clearing the front sway bar u should go through the thread about what headers+swaybars work. Ktuned header clears nicely from what I've read on that thread.
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