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    Kooks Mid Lenght Headers, Ported Blower, Other Odds and Ends....

    Finishing up my '93 and getting ready to start my '94 and the time has come to get rid of a few things I don't need.

    Kook's Mid Length Headers. Bought New in 2001 or 2002. Have approximately 7000 miles on them. Ceramic Coated. For EGR equiped cars, or you could get the block-off nut. Asking $250.00 shipped or best offer. SOLD!!!

    Ported Early Model Blower. Just bought this off the board about a month ago. Started stripping it before having it polished then I found a late model blower and choose to use that instead. Port work was done by the previous owner. Inlet plenum is also ported...will post a pic of that shortly. Asking $100.00 shipped or best offer.

    Other Odds and Ends....

    Stock 95 Throttle Body....make offer.

    Two Early Model Coolant Overflow Tanks, with Sensors...make offer.

    Two Early Model Wheels...nice condition (pics to follow)...make offer.

    K&N Cone Air Filter...fits 87mm Mass Air Meter...make offer.
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    Interested in Headers..Carlisle perhaps? Let me know!
    They don't call me "SLOWPOKE" for nothin!
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    I love the filter. Its pimp. paper element and 10Mircron filtration, 12" long cause size matters.

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    Interested in headers. Maybe a Carlisle thing? Let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wardboy View Post
    Finishing up my '93 and getting ready to start my '94 and the time has come to get rid of a few things I don't need.

    Kook's Mid Lenght Headers. Bought New in 2001 or 2002. Have approximately 7000 miles on them. Ceramic Coated. For EGR equiped cars, or you could get the block-off nut. Asking $250.00 shipped or best offer.

    Ported Early Model Blower. Just bought this off the board about a month ago. Started stripping it before having it polished then I found a late model blower and choose to use that instead. Port work was done by the previous owner. Inlet plenum is also ported...will post a pic of that shortly. Asking $100.00 shipped or best offer.

    Other Odds and Ends....

    Stock 95 Throttle Body....make offer.

    Two Early Model Coolant Overflow Tanks, with Sensors...make offer.

    Two Early Model Wheels...nice condition (pics to follow)...make offer.

    K&N Cone Air Filter...fits 87mm Mass Air Meter...make offer.

    PM sent

    Ken

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    i sent a pm about the headers hope b4 all of you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DamonSlowpokeBaumann View Post
    Interested in Headers..Carlisle perhaps? Let me know!
    Sorry Dude. They lasted all of ten minutes!!! See you next weekend!

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    Wasnt for me but I KNEW IT!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricardoa1 View Post
    I love the filter. Its pimp. paper element and 10Mircron filtration, 12" long cause size matters.

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    Man you throw a set of headers out here and it becomes a feeding frenzeeeeee!!

    RJ

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    How does that ported blower compare to a non ported late style blower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 275hptbirdsc View Post
    How does that ported blower compare to a non ported late style blower?
    It doesn't ! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by thunderkid84 View Post
    It doesn't ! LOL
    So I shouldnt buy it if I have an older style blower?

    EDIT:Whoops I meant to say newer style blower my bad.
    Last edited by 275hptbirdsc; 05-29-2009 at 01:36 PM.

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    It will perform better than yours but the late model will work better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 275hptbirdsc View Post
    So I shouldnt buy it if I have an older style blower?
    i think this is the blower i sold to him. im not really sure i forget who i sold it to

    anyways if it is i can get you some photos of the port work.. i think it was done up pretty good. only thing was is it wasnt gonna get me to my hp range..

    i had it maxing my stock boost gauge with a 10% pulley and very little mods. not that that means anything really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamakazie_1 View Post
    Man you throw a set of headers out here and it becomes a feeding frenzeeeeee!!

    RJ
    i agree i got a wtb going for a set of headers. wish people looked there b4 they sold things

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