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Old 02-17-2014, 09:21 AM
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Anyone out there running sinister diesel 6.0 L headers??

If so what are ur results... ect?
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Old 02-17-2014, 09:40 AM
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Those are pretty new along with the new BD diesel headers.. Id be interested in seeing results on both.
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I like steed speed
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Honestly.....I wouldn't waste my money on a true set of headers like sinister. They warp and crack. A lot of guys have had bad luck with that style. BD's aren't headers....they are log style manifolds. I will be getting RCD's manifolds soon. They seem to be the best ones out there. A log style manifold will perform better than a header on a diesel.

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Old 02-17-2014, 10:00 AM
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http://www.rivercitydiesel.com/index...mart&Itemid=54
RCD manifolds
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Old 02-17-2014, 10:03 AM
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Nice... These can be installed thru the wheel wells right
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Yes. Just gotta take inner wheel well out.
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I wonder how well these will hold up at the 90 in the back since their stainless not cast. A lot of 6.4 guys use the 6.0 manifolds because the stainless blows out right at the 90.
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Stainless blows out? The RCD manifolds will by far hold up better than the stock manifolds. They are made of thick walled T304 stainless. Why would they not hold up? I asked Jared a while back when a pic of them was posted on FB and he said they have had zero issues with them!

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I like the RCD ones myself.... I'd like to see some data far as HP gains and if there's any back psi drop, decreased EGTs, faster spool time ect.

MPD sells the flanges where u can make your own...........

Those sinister headers jus look so darn sick!!! Lol
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