Headers - ceramic vs. stainless

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Steve Yates, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. Steve Yates

    Steve Yates Guest


    I'm planning to replace the header on my 1998 Integra GS-R. I've
    been trying to read up on the differences between ceramic and stainless,
    but haven't found a lot of answers.

    Also per the team-integra.net site (http://www.team-
    integra.net/sections/articles/showArticle.asp?ArticleID=430) it sounds like
    the installation is fairly easy for either a one part or two part header.
    My one question is how is the bottom part attached to the exhaust? The
    article makes it sound like there's no welding...


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    Steve Yates, Apr 14, 2007
  2. Steve Yates

    steve Guest

    I guess to clarify, I of course meant ceramic *coated* headers. I've
    seen a lot of people question whether they would rust in winter
    climates (Chicago's salted roads) but not a lot of answers. Currently
    ceramic coated and stainless headers seem to be the same price, so
    that's not a consideration.


    - Steve Yates
    - Why is it you never see the headline, "PSYCHIC WINS LOTTERY"?

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    steve, Apr 16, 2007
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