FRPP HEADERS

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by kid rock, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. kid rock

    kid rock New Member

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    hey guys/gals,

    will the FRPP longtube headers fit a 98GT auto?? got a good price on some and want to fit them but wanna check first!

    Si :comando:

    P.S if not why not? or what can i do to make them fit!
     
  2. DropTopPony

    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member Admin SN95 Supporter

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    I didn't know ford had 4.6 2V LT's...
     
  3. Lightning Struck

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    +1 unless this is a BRAND NEW product, the headers your talking about are NOT long tubes. I have never seen LTs from Ford racing
     
  4. 96gt226410

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    I don't think a lot of companies make LT's for autos. A buddy had a '96 GT auto about 2 years ago and I think only 2 companies made LT's for it.
     
  5. kid rock

    kid rock New Member

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    oh ok lol i might have to look into this lol

    si

    EDIT EDIT EDIT EDIT

    sorry they are MAC longtube headers, will they fit??? lol
     
  6. i8ur-riceburner

    i8ur-riceburner New Member

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    i just put mac long tubes on my 98 auto gt bout 2 months ago, love the sound! i gota post up a clip wen i get a chance, but install was 450 my set up is mac long tubes mac prochamber and flowmasters sounds awsome
     
  7. Dalamar

    Dalamar Legend Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Mac's and flows do sound good :thumb:
     
  8. kid rock

    kid rock New Member

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    koolthats what i like to hear!!

    i8ur-ricer: was it a difficult install or just the norm? droppping k-member etc etc??

    Si
     
  9. i8ur-riceburner

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    wasnt hard at all, didnt drop the K, just had to adjust the steering shaft/column, the biggest pain in the ass was the drives side header bolts took like 8 hrs lol but saved money in labor, i called a bunch of places avg price was 400 - 600
     
  10. kid rock

    kid rock New Member

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    ok this is sounding kool, how much do the MAC longtubes go for? as i got my set for 267 bucks! (150 quid of good ole english money lol)

    Si

    :hitit:
     
  11. i8ur-riceburner

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    i got mine for 340 at americanmuscle, there the cheapest but they work awsome, i read so many reviews on it some were good some were bad, but install was easy and sound great so mac's LT's get an A+ from me
     
  12. kid rock

    kid rock New Member

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    KOOLIO its all sounding good, ive just gotta get them fitted now (bugger me doing it, its cold out now) :noes:

    si :thumb:
     
  13. scarface

    scarface Guest

    Just make sure you get the MAC LT's that are for auto trans. THere is a difference between the two.