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Stock 944 Tubular Exhaust Man.

I see there were 2 exhaust headers 1 cast the other tubular. Anyone have pics of the tubular one? TIA! Sman
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Old 02-21-2004, 03:23 AM
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Stupid ? or Have I stumped the panel!? Sman
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Are you talking about the old cast iron compared to the stainless ones...


They look pretty much the same..... but obviously the cast iron are heavier (walls thicker etc)..... I have a set of both kicking around.... but to find them thats the trick!

My 86 had the newer ones... which finally cracked and I replaced them with a set of the cast iron ones....
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Aren't the older cast ones more durable than the newer tubular ones.
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I heard it was the cast iron ones that were prone to cracking, which prompted the replacement with the tubular steel ones.
I believe mine are the steel ones, they look like they have welds where they come together.
I could take some pics if I ever get the damn thing out of there!
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Yes on the cast vs. stainless if that is the material used for them. THX! Sman
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