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Old March 28th, 2014, 08:55 AM   #1
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I will be putting headers on my 2000 GT in the next week or so. Can anyone tell me if I will need a gasket between the headers and the mid-pipe?? (FYI they are Mac LT's and Mac O/R Prochamber mid-pipe) I have heard that they will be a perfect fit and no gasket will be needed since they are the same brand. Is this true? I believe I may need to buy some O2 sensor extensions as well.

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no gasket should be needed there... the headers should seat right into the flange of the mid pipe
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No gasket is required however I personally lay a bead of high temp copper there for my own peace of mind.

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