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1-7/8" Long Tube Performance Exhaust Header + Y Pipe 07-14 Chevy Suburban 1500 on 2040-parts.com

US $284.95
Location:

Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
Condition:New Brand:Black Race Racing Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:Headers System Surface Finish:Black Interchange Part Number:70-2269 82-1177 Warranty:Yes Other Part Number:Pacesetter Manzo OBX Gibson UPC:750221037445

This listing is for a brand new set of Performance Headers Headers, Coated Black.  Please refer to eBay Compatibility Chart above for fitment information.  Contact us if you have any question or require assistance.  Thank you!

Getting more air into your engine and more exhaust out is the key to a performance motor. That's where exhaust headers is significant as the first revenue of an exhaust system. Exhaust performance headers manipulate the air flow with the performance-robbing exhaust manifold that came with your car.

Headers provide each cylinder with its own mini exhaust pipe, which means exhaust headers prevent interference among cylinders; thus, the back pressure that occurs in common exhaust manifolds. When cylinders don't have to fight with each other to expel their exhaust, they can put more power through the wheels, pushing the vehicle. Combining with a high performance cold air intake, and a cat-back exhaust system, a header system removes all restrictions of your engine, then, it is able to perform at its full potential.


  • 2007-2014 Chevy Suburban 1500 5.3L & 6.0L V8 
  • Tube Diameter: 1-7/8" Long Tube Headers
  • Collector Diameter:  3.00"
  • Flanged Connection, Y-Pipe Kit Also Included
  • Mild Steel, Black Coated To Ensure Durability
  • TIG Weld & Mandrel-Bent For Maximum Performance
  • Improve Sound, Horsepower & Torque
  • Gasket Included, Reuse OEM Head Bolts
  • Top Quality & Affordable Products
  • No Instruction, Professional Installation Recommended 
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  • Customs duties & taxes are NOT included and will be collected by the shipping carrier prior to delivery
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