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Old 02-11-2018, 06:31 PM   #1
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Who makes headers that will fit a 96 pickup 4 cylinder ka24e 4wd
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Pacesetter Headers. Part number 70-1194 for black ones or 70C1194 for a chrome-like powder coating.

Google search those part numbers for better prices. I got the best deal on those a few years back on Amazon. eBay sometimes has used headers.
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wonder why they supposedly dont fit the 96+ 4cyl
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In 1996, OBD2 introduced new emissions that the older headers are not tapped for.

Just my guess.
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do these headers incease performance at all
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It's a little noticeable when you first put it on there. After a month, you won't notice it anymore.
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what if you put on a fowmaster exhaust or something
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I put headers, Flowmaster 50 Series muffler, and new 2.5-inch exhaust all the way back.

My experience was for all of that.

It sounds better, though. Not too loud, and a nice little rumble you can pick up when it is idling.
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