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Will these headers fit

will a set of headers for a 98 up camaro or trans am with the ls1 fit on my 04 gto? If so do you suggest full length or shorties ?
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I do not have headers nor any experience on the GTO, however, I'm willing to bet the the unique steering rack causes a different shaped header on the driver's side to go around it.
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will a set of headers for a 98 up camaro or trans am with the ls1 fit on my 04 gto? If so do you suggest full length or shorties ?
Nah, dont think so.
You gotta get sum them thar expesive custom jobs.
Always go with the long tubes...they make the most power.
Go with Kooks or Stainless Works......worth every penny.

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They will not fit the GTO, you will need specific ones for our cars.
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ok, thanks ! I have looked at kooks and stainless works. They are pretty steep, but if your gonna do it. Mind as well do it right.

I also plan on running 3 in exhaust and taking off the cats. How can i fabricate a place for my oxygen sensor or do they make any headers that has the o2 sensor adaptor. I also plan on putting a set of flwmaster super 40's to top it off.
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