These have 150 miles on them. Like new! Cost $1,775 new. Passing a smoking deal on to you. Comes with all components originally sold as a kit from American Racing.
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ARH long tube headers long system for the 2014-2016 Chevy/GM Truck 6.2L features 304 stainless steel, 1-7/8" primaries, 3" merge collectors, and all the necessary hardware and gaskets for a bolt-on installation.
The 2014 & Up GM Truck 6.2L ARH long systems were designed to bolt-on to your factory axle-back or any aftermarket axle-back. Some modification may be required. The American Racing headers require a crossover y-pipe assembly and have converters. Using the catted crossover pipe cause very little restriction and they help to control emissions.
Product features on this system includes:
100% Made in the USA - Never Outsourced
Made entirely of 304 stainless steel
3/8" thick laser-cut flanges for a warp-free seal
Hand-ported TIG welded inlets
Optimized primary tube routing for superior fit and performance
Merge collectors with scavenger spikes
Catted systems feature 200 cell metallic substrate catalytic converters for extreme durability
Any had any experience with this kit?
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It seem interesting and possibly worth it. It says it has built in ADAS so I'm curious what all that might add to the functionality of the vehicle seeing as this system actually plugs into the OBDII plug and communicates with the onboard computer.
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