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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-20-2006, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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I have a set of Flotech headers made by Holly for a 96-98 cobra, should i have any problems bolting them onto my '93 mark engine in my 95 LX? Any positive input would be greatly appreciated, (negetive will work too).

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wont fit, the cars body designs are totally different.

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There has to be some way I can make them fit.
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There has to be some way I can make them fit.
you dont want to venture down that road. Sell them and get a set of Kooks.




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I got mine within 2-3 days.

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That looks good. I think I will go there and get mine. I like the X-pipe they sell too. Some ideas.

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toss them headers on corral or someplace like that, they will prolly sell pretty fast
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I know you get really good sound out of Kooks, but whats the performance side? Does it depend on your set up of how much power you'll get?

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I know you get really good sound out of Kooks, but whats the performance side? Does it depend on your set up of how much power you'll get?
I dropped a solid 2 tenths off the ET in the quarter mile.
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my only problem with the kooks headers is the price. Being a college student with limited funds sucks.
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I just figured I'd be able to use the headers since they will bolt right up to the heads, even If i have to cut the x-pipe that came with to make it fit. I traded a '95 aluminum block from a mark for them and a polished intake.......hopefully I can find a way.... Thanks alot guys

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That looks good. I think I will go there and get mine. I like the X-pipe they sell too. Some ideas.
those kooks headers are for 4.6 cars only.




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I honestly wish I would've just built a good windsor for this thing. Parts for these dohc's aren't exactly cheap. It's sad though, I remember that dohc intakes and whatnot used to be cheaper than sohc parts. Oh well........
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