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Old 07-13-2019, 09:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 3SX Headers Are they worth the price?

As the title says I am about to buy these are they worth the price and install time involved? Take into consideration I am running dr750’s and supporting mods. Can anyone that is running these chine in here?
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Old 07-14-2019, 12:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: 3SX Headers Are they worth the price?

Bang-for-the-buck is kind of subjective, but it may be worth it IF pursuing every possibly pony... if your DR750's are ported, then you will want to port the manifolds too.

I wrote a review here:
Review: 3SX TD04 Manifolds / Headers and 3SX Turbo SS Braided Coolant Lines <<

There are many threads for the GCTech unit if you search (3SX is similar in design)

GCtech header VS Stock-real deal test <<

GCtech Td04 OEM Header DYNO results <<

^^ Read those with a grain of salt as they are NOT 100% equivalent.

To answer your question: IMO, it is only worth it if 1) your stock front is cracked and no desire to repair/replace and/or 2) aforementioned gains. There are a few high HP 3/S pushing stock manifolds.
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