Sunday, January 9, 2011

Replacement header goes in painlessly


(click here to see these photos in a gallery)

Replacing the header went well. I'm thoroughly satisfied with Raceland's customer service, and I'm hoping the rusty one was just a slip-up in quality control.

Previous post related to this:
Initial impression and installation guide.
First signs of possible issues.
When it actually broke.
Raceland's response.

2 comments:

  1. The slip-up on quality control occurred during installation when the installer wrapped the header in insulation. The significantly increase heat resulted in a corresponding increase in the rate of corrosion.

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  2. I buy all my car parts from KaleCoAuto. They also have a real store where you can get a t-shirt you might like.

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