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Anti-reversion Headers

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by zzztech9zzz, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. zzztech9zzz

    zzztech9zzz New Member

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    Hey I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this but seeing as though I couldn't post it under the gen. tech forum here goes...

    This post is in regaurds to Anti-reversion headers. I understand the concept of the design and can see how on paper it would be plausible but after reading posts from other websites I'm not to sure. But then again I have also read in Honda tuning books that they work wonders. Is the lack of discussion about them due to their price range being out of most peoples pay grade (they seem pretty spendy) or is it that they just don't work?

    BTW forgive any newbishness, this is my first post.
     
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    zzztech9zzz New Member

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    that makes sense, but do they work?
     
  3. INJEN78

    INJEN78 HS LEGEND

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    if they are "real" then yes they work..some places claim to have the anti-reversion but in reality are charging more for the basic header...


    for more info--- !Header Basics
     
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