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Old 04-29-2008, 08:53 PM   #1
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Strup Header, heh it wasn't all that hard to get on, hardest part was the o2 sensors and breaking them loose... but i got lucky and did not strip em or anything at all.











Strup Exhaust. now this was a pita to get on, mostly because all i had was the stock jack and a pair of jack stands ... ate a lot of dirt getting it installed .. but its on there ... got to tweak it a bit more it is hitting the exhaust shield someplace ...



i was suprized at how quiet this setup is ... it seems to be as quiet as the stock setup ... which is good ... but it revs a lot quicker and seems a little more responsive on the highway ...



no CEL of course, put in one of those 90 deg CEL eliminators on the second o2 sensor.
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Old 04-29-2008, 10:04 PM   #2
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Looks awesome. Do you know if the headers are gonna void the warranty. I'm thinking about getting Struped myself. Thanks.
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Old 04-29-2008, 10:10 PM   #3
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i think that will depend mostly on the dealership ... they can't 'void' the warrenty because it is on there ... but if i have a problem with my o2 sensors ... ot the stock resonator .. then i would be responsible for paying for it of course ...

but any other type of failure, they will have to prove that the mods caused it before they can deny warrenty work ...
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Thanks for the info. awesome install dude.
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damn i don't want quiet, but strup seems to be the best for xB2 exhaust so far.....ughhh
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damn i don't want quiet, but strup seems to be the best for xB2 exhaust so far.....ughhh
if you don't want quiet ... pull out the S pipe (which contains the large muffler / resonator / cat) and put a straight pipe in its place ... or a smaller muffler or glasspack ... and you will not have quiet anymore ...
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Beautiful header. I love it. Almost makes me want to get an xb2
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damn i don't want quiet, but strup seems to be the best for xB2 exhaust so far.....ughhh
if you don't want quiet ... pull out the S pipe (which contains the large muffler / resonator / cat) and put a straight pipe in its place ... or a smaller muffler or glasspack ... and you will not have quiet anymore ...
where can i get a glasspack that will fit on there?
i just wanna bolt this ____ up, so i dont have to weld or take it to a muffler shop or something do i?
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for the glasspack option you will have to get a muffler shop to do some welding ...

if you are just replacing the header and then the cat-back setup ... it is bolt in and go ...

just get the setup bolt it in, and when weapon-r releases their S pipe ... get it and put it in place of the center peice.
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looka clean
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Looking very good. I have always recommended Strup highly for building parts like these!
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Looks exactly like mine except for the fact that my header is burned titanium blue at the bends and the rest is copper colored already.

I also just installed my Fujita intake and that **** SCREAMS! Holy moly it's loud!
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i have a fujita intake on the way hopefully in the next few days to a week it will be here.
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Has anyone installed the strup exhaust with a 5 axis body kit ?
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man thats dope
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does the strup header bolt to the stock "S" pipe? Have mine being coated with High temp black right now
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The Strup exhaust should fit just fine with the 5 axis kit. I run it with the Bomex and have no issues at all.
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strup headers eliminate cats?
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strup headers eliminate cats?
Our cars have a primary and a secondary cat, it elminates one that is attached to the stock headers. Each one has a 02 sensor, which is why you need a CEL eliminator for it. It wont set off the light and make things operate as it should.
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