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SLP Headers/Corsa catback

I'm not a gear head, and need a little advise.
I've decided to go with the SLP 30210 Headers and a Corsa catback exhaust system.
My question is:
Do these two systems mate together or do they need some sort of custom installation or special connection pipes to be ordered as well?
BTW-I will be having them installed professionally.
Also, after reading through these forums, I need someone to explain to me what WOT and AFM mean?
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 04:17 AM
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on some sites you will see if they are compatible or not or if u need an extra piece to fit them together. i looked on various sites and jus look at the inlet/outlet if there the same they should fit or u will be an extra bracket but the site should tell u

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WOT= wide open throttle
AFM = active fuel management
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Yes it fits.

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i believe slp is the only header that will bolt right on, correct me if i'm wrong.

awesome setup!

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SLP even being a "LT" header is the same length as the OEM manifolds, so yes it should bolt right up to the Corsa system. SLP LT's and Kooks Mids are the only two headers that bolt up directly to the OEM and Aftermarket catbacks.




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SLP even being a "LT" header is the same length as the OEM manifolds, so yes it should bolt right up to the Corsa system. SLP LT's and Kooks Mids are the only two headers that bolt up directly to the OEM and Aftermarket catbacks.
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Don't the SLP's high flow cats neck down(at the outlets) to the small oem inlet size?
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That's right, I always forget about the Thorleys...These would be the only catless direct bolt on header available.




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Thanks for the replies.
Just to clarify, the SLP has the high flow cats attached to them.
Is this still OK to to mate with the Corsa catback system?

2009.5 GXP #571 of 1829
PBM M6 red/onyx sunroof 1 of 70
SLP longtube headers w/high flow cats
Corsa catback exhaust
JHP VCM OTR CAI
HSRK
Holden HSV engine cover
Holden rear VE SS/SS-V trunk lid spoiler
DBA slotted rotors
Hawk ceramic brake pads
rear Camaro calipers/rotors
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Custom E-brake shoes
SLP 160 degree thermostat
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Thanks for the replies.
Just to clarify, the SLP has the high flow cats attached to them.
Is this still OK to to mate with the Corsa catback system?
yep - be sure to take some vids after the install, i've always wanted a corsa setup.

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