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Has anybody installed a set of these? Is there a better product out there?

Centerline Products: PH120 Performance Headers GTV/6 and Milano
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They are of course CSC, made in Italy. They are probably the best and most readily-available 'off the shelf' headers on the market. I haven't fitted them, but it's what I have in mind.

The others I've noticed include:
from IAP: Alfa Romeo and Fiat Performance Exhaust Headers
factory headers with Centerline front pipes (xover design) and high flow cat: Centerline Products: OE561 Performance Front Section w/ Catalytic Converter - GTV/6, Milano
Supersprint (for the GTV6, which will fit the Milano/75)

The CSC have the longest primaries (and not overly big diamaeter), which should mean better low-mid rpm torque, according to what I've read.


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Perfect! I will get a set coming. I am thinking of just running the exhaust out in front of each rear wheel so that I don't have issues when I lower it. I will do the exhaust after I install my suspension.
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Hello, anybody knows if ANSA headers exist or ever existed for the GTV6?
thank you.
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Hello, anybody knows if ANSA headers exist or ever existed for the GTV6?
thank you.
I'm quite sure they have existed. Know of a guy who had them on a 75.
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I have the CSC headers fitted to my 1986 GTV6 and they make a noticeable difference to the performance as well as being much lighter in weight than the standard cast iron headers. They do give off a bit of heat though so it is worth fitting some protective foil around the wiring running under the windshield water tank as the plastic covering had begun to melt.
Sorry to come into this discussion somewhat late.
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