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Old May 30th, 2011, 5:54 pm   #1 (permalink)
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Spaghetti headers versus Staintune headers

Just a hypothetical question which would be the better modification,Staintune headers or Spaghetti headers?
I believe the Staintune headers are the same external diameter as stock,but have a wider bore due to not being double walled.
The Spaghetti headers sure look funky
Could the Ducati performance ecu handle the change,or would a PowerCommander have to be added?
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Hey. I am thinking about the staintune full system for my sport. They told me the headers are 44mm and single walled. Not sure whether thats outside or inside diameter. Interesting question though; whether or not the dp ecu could handle the extra air flow increase. Im going to ask my local tuner..
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Old May 30th, 2011, 7:12 pm   #3 (permalink)
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They sure are nicer than stock though..here they are on a smart.

Staintune headers

Are you riding a mono or biposto? What silencers are you going to run with these? Im thinking of the keihan conti full system which supposedley requires no tuning...same outside diameter as stock but single walled.
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^ Clay had reducers welded to the Staintune headers to fit the Termi 2=2 mufflers.
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Hey. I am thinking about the staintune full system for my sport. They told me the headers are 44mm and single walled. Not sure whether thats outside or inside diameter. Interesting question though; whether or not the dp ecu could handle the extra air flow increase. Im going to ask my local tuner..
my understanding is they work well with the DP ECU.
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I wonder which would give the greater performance Spag'or Stains??
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What are spaghetti headers, and where do you buy them? Pics?
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What are spaghetti headers, and where do you buy them? Pics?
Silmoto make a set of Spaghetti headers to fit the Sportclassics.
I know Dietrich fitted a set onto his GT.
Do a search for pic's & info'.
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Silmoto make a set of Spaghetti headers to fit the Sportclassics.
I know Dietrich fitted a set onto his GT.
Do a search for pic's & info'.
done a search a few times, but never really found what I was looking for
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Search > advanced search > keyword=spaghetti > user=diet > sport classic forum = Making pasta with the kid's college $$: New header & Intake!

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