Originally Posted by Dave63
A header eliminates the crossover. The crossover allows for the exhaust pulses from one cylinder to be distributed and muffled by two mufflers to meet the EPA's 84 dB rating requirements.
Adding the headers isolates each cylinder and the end result is a slightly more "choppy" sound and a louder sound with the pulse now going through ONE muffler, and not through two.
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Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
borrowed from gtrman66
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