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Old 07-31-2013, 12:38 AM   #21
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Somebody doesnt know the difference between a header and a manifold?
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Old 07-31-2013, 12:40 AM   #22
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So we have narrowed it down to a 2001 exhaust manfold. That's it.
Pretty much. I'd like to get rid of the CEEM garbage if possible.

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Somebody doesnt know the difference between a header and a manifold?
Fun fact, that somebody might be you!
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Alright mr bad english, what is the difference?
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I think you mean:

"Alright, Mr. Bad English, what is the difference? "

Try this:

Let me google that for you
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I dont know how to search, you explain it to me.
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I'm just looking to pick-up a 2001 stock exhaust manifold, not grief.
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So you CAN type in full sentences. Nice job.
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Fun fact, that somebody might be you!
Are you sure about that?

01+ had a header, but it sucks. What you need is the highly sought-after CDM 99-00 manifold. It makes the most torques of all teh stick manifroldsz,.

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Oh that bitch is gold right there. Add a turbonator in the cat while u're at it and u'll be making all the honda bitchez wet.
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I have a 01 mani....PM sent.
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