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what do these headers look like? 930

saw these on evilbay, whats peoples views on them?

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They look like B&B's without the heater boxes, but they all look pretty similar without the boxes.
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hey dave were chatting on two different threads! im not bothered about heat. i dont know the diameter of the pipes. seeing as you know my engine ingredients list, what diameter do you think would be good for me?
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anything that cheap would crack, also I would only used 321 stainless on the headers the 304ss works for mufflers not 1400 deg headers
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Since I already had B&B headers, I haven't worried about header diameter. If I was worried about it I would check Graham Bell's Forced Induction book (I highly recommend all his books), Corky Bell's book, and do some searching on the Old Forum on the www.turbo911.com site in the air cooled section. If you're going to build your own you could go to www.burnsstainless.com, have them calculate it, and then double check their answer with some other 930 specialists. The turbo has different requirements than a NA car. You don't need to worry about equal lengths and all that, you mainly want to get a maximum of the exhaust pressure and heat to the turbo.
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Those are Schnell headers. They were only $799 2 months ago.

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thanks people, david, ive got the corky bell book but not the graham bell book (next move, amazon!). Ill give them schnell headers a miss i think.
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