TCASON, could you give us a breakdown of the difference between your tri and shorties, approx. hp and torque differences, what effects they would have based on driving style, effects to the cars exhaust sound.
I would like to do a header next, just not sure what would be best for me. I am not a racer, it would be more for everyday use driving with a little carrying on every so often.
I am unable to give you any hp&tq numbers for our Tri-y Header yet, but by the good old seat of the pants, it puts out more up to @5500rpm compared to the shorty, but with an increase in sound also,( sort of raspy ) which can be controlled with a resonator and choice of a muffler.
Either will work with any driving style, they are both very street-able and really help to turn these cars into a true sports car!
They both will eliminate that struggle getting through the rpms these cars seem to have in total stock configuration. Now you can literally break loose the tires with little effort, especially with the Tri-y Header!!
As soon as one of our customers that "already" has our Tri-y Header and high flow cat make it to the dyno, we will have some numbers
If you really want to have some fun now and then go with the Tri-y Header and high flow cat, unless you have strict visual inspections do at emmissions time, then go with the Shorty and are new high flow converter replacement, the latter being a direct replacement, less obivous of what you have done with swapping the converter.
Our high flow all 304 SS spiral wound matrix core converter (over double the flow rate of stock) will pass even Cali strictest emmissions sniffer test so no worries there.