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post #1 of 19 Old 06-28-2012, 01:15 PM Thread Starter
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2000 7.3 headers

Why don't anyone make headers for the 7.3's is it that it would not make a difference?? I would think it would. What do you think??
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They do 1999.5-2003 Ford F250 F350 Powerstroke 7.3L Turbo Diesel Innovations Exhaust Headers - Plain and Ceramic Coated Stainless Steel Cost does not outweigh the performance gain. Money is better spent in other parts of your truck unless in extreme high horsepower applications

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sorry type correction...cost outweighs performance

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That doesn't look like a header to me, that looks like a modified exhaust manifold, a header is each individual exhaust port has its own tube to a collector

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I personally have no idea...I have no experience with these headers...I was just showing the op what is being advertised...But I do have to say that black widow has some great products...

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i have not seen any headers for the 7.3.
only the custom manifolds by black widow diesel.
you would be better off buying a new turbo than those manifolds.

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diesel innovations makes headers......

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diesel innovations makes headers......

Now this is what I was thinking of! I can make them myself but was wondering if they would make a difference in performance?
thanks for the info. and yes the first one does not look very good.
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That's more like it, as far as performance you'd probably gain a little definitely score a lot of points for having them, not too many diesels running around with headers

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The DI ones look really nice.


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