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After a year of running Dynomax headers, one of them blew out just before the collector. I had it welded up but it happened again in a different spot. I was just wondering... (it was such a pain to install them, and I had to have my stock exhaust cut and moved just to fit them) Can I leave the good header on at this point, and install the stock exhaust manifold on the bad side? I know this would only be temporary because the other header is bound to blow through soon.
Application is a 93 pickup with a 350.

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i would only do that to be temporary, with new headers on their way. Your truck will sound funny and the flow will obviously be unequal. You should find better headers and order them, do not wait for the other header to blow out.

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You're probably right. I was just trying to be lazy. I think I'll go back to stock and save my money for the mustang. Thanks

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