A few questions about Hooker Headers

greeneyegi

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Are these ok on a completely stock build?
I have a customer withthese things. I remembered reading bad things about these so i looked up.
 

greeneyegi

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Are these ok on a completely stock build?
I have a customer withthese things. I remembered reading bad things about these so i looked up.
 

jason mizel

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I ran these on a stock rebuild once, worst decision I ever made. Car was an absolute turd. Replaced them with the postons headers and viola, car felt like it gained 1000hp lol
 
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mikestertwo

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They are terrible headers especially on a stock motor. My son had them on his car for a year. Spool up was lousy. The O2 sensor would cool down if you idled too long. Stay with stockers.
 

dank GN

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I was given acouple sets from acouple board members back in the day that’s how bad they are . As mentioned before unless you want a slow spoiling turbo then by all means go for it . I would look for a used set of atr’s
 

gn87man

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I purchased the stock style headers from TA and I really like them. They are made of much better material than the stock headers.

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