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    UEL Headers for 2007 WRX.

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    For Sale: WRX UEL headers/uppipe, used, no cracks. Asking $180+ shipping OBO. These fit with either the ej205 oilpan or the ej257 oilpan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    For Sale: WRX UEL headers/uppipe, used, no cracks. Asking $180+ shipping OBO. These fit with either the ej205 oilpan or the ej257 oilpan.


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    I've gotta tell you, I'm not sure, they were on the car when I bought it. I've looked around before and couldn't find any that really matched the design. I suppose they could be a one off set. Not many manufacturers do the one piece header uppipe like this.


    I never had a problem with them, but when I decided to go rotated & EWG I needed to change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    I've gotta tell you, I'm not sure, they were on the car when I bought it. I've looked around before and couldn't find any that really matched the design. I suppose they could be a one off set. Not many manufacturers do the one piece header uppipe like this.


    I never had a problem with them, but when I decided to go rotated & EWG I needed to change.
    That price is really tempting lol... Do you know how well they flow or if there are any gains to be had with them? the one piece design is really what i was looking for anyway. I have a guy who has an agency power header for a good price but this is hard to pass up lol.

    Just as long as it's not that ebay crap lol.
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    They seemed to flow well for me, although I don't really have anything solid to base that off of. Before I changed them out the car made 256whp and 306wtq on a heart breaker mustang dyno with a standard hybrid build and vf22 turbo.

    I will say, they stick down further than the stock exhaust manifold. I did scrape them a few times when the car had coilovers because it was dropped to the ground. The wrap on the bottom is torn.. I wouldn't worry about rewrapping them though. I would just put some wire around it to hold it on place, but that's just me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    They seemed to flow well for me, although I don't really have anything solid to base that off of. Before I changed them out the car made 256whp and 306wtq on a heart breaker mustang dyno with a standard hybrid build and vf22 turbo.

    I will say, they stick down further than the stock exhaust manifold. I did scrape them a few times when the car had coilovers because it was dropped to the ground. The wrap on the bottom is torn.. I wouldn't worry about rewrapping them though. I would just put some wire around it to hold it on place, but that's just me.
    No worries, i'm only lowered about 1 1/2"- 2" and have a ton of clearance, so it shouldn't be an issue.
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