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    Paired port headers available.

    Hello all.

    I have a first gen Mighty Max. It has the paired port manifold. I was searching for a long time and found no place for a paired port header. After a little research I found there is a lot of parts in Australia for the Might Max. They call it a L200 there.

    They do have some L200 headers with their own listing however I couldn't get them to ship. This is rather understandable with the bush fires then Covid.

    Out of chance I E-mailed a guy selling the L300 header as they offer a shipping quote built in to eBay. He let me know he did have the L200 headers available.

    I purchased one and hoped for the best.

    It came in and got in on today. I can confirm it's for a L200 / Mighty Max and needed no work to get it on. Bolted right up with the correct size at the bottom. I have seen a few people on here getting the L300 one then having to either bend the header or do extra work to the cab. I didn't have to do any of that so I am very happy.

    Please do not just purchase from this eBay ad. E-mail them first so they can confirm they will send the L200 header.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/25457176890...m=254571768907

    eBay user aps8748


    Next would be carb upgrade.

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    Paired port headers available.

    Hello all.

    I wanted to get this out to you all. I was searching for a header for a long time and always sent me back here. Looks like you guys have not found any paired port headers for a long time.

    Was checking out eBay for L300 headers to see how much work they would need to get to fit. This is the one I was looking at
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/254585636961

    I then thought I would send a message to see if they can get any for the L200. He got back to me and confirmed he could for the same price. I was over the moon.

    Ordered it and waited about a month for it to get here. Put it in today and it fits perfectly.

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    I asked the seller after to see if he would mind me getting the info out. He didn't mind so here I am.

    Please send him a message first. He will ask you to add in the notes when purchasing for a L200 header.

    I'm very happy with this. Saved me a fortune getting one custom made.

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    Sorry for the double post. It looked like the first one didn't take.

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    Was the price about the same for L200 as what's shown on eBay for the L300?
    This looks like probably less $ than having a custom header made.

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    They're not the same. IIRC you'll run into clearance issues where the collectors pass under the cab (got a feeling this has come up a few times on the forum...) We have a guy here on the site that actually makes custom paired port headers -

    http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...-shorty-header

    They're top notch - I mean TOP NOTCH. I think you'd be very hard pressed to find an at least equal quality product. Dom has sunk 5 years into development and design of them and they're a freaking work of art
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    Quote Originally Posted by geezer101 View Post
    They're not the same. IIRC you'll run into clearance issues where the collectors pass under the cab (got a feeling this has come up a few times on the forum...) We have a guy here on the site that actually makes custom paired port headers -

    http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...-shorty-header

    They're top notch - I mean TOP NOTCH. I think you'd be very hard pressed to find an at least equal quality product. Dom has sunk 5 years into development and design of them and they're a freaking work of art
    That is a nice link Geez.

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    I would love that for my 2.4 but I'm assuming this is for the 2.6?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Can1991Ram View Post
    I would love that for my 2.4 but I'm assuming this is for the 2.6?
    These are for all RWD SOHC 4G6#/G6#B (4G64/G62B/G63B) engines. Pricey... maybe. But IMO they are well worth it for the quality...
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    Sorry for the delay.

    They did it for the same price as the L300. Worked out to be $186 USD converted from $286 AUD. The carb should be in this week so can complete the upgrade and let you know how it is.

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    Freight from Oz sucks but the exchange rate is really in you guys' favour atm. Add some header wrap to it before you mount it. Every thing you can do to drop under hood temperatures is a win + wrapping the headers will improve gas scavenging (double win) Wrapped headers look cool too
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    Just bought the last one . birthday🎁. . Can't wait to install this .
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxdsm View Post
    Just bought the last one . birthday. . Can't wait to install this .
    Nice! Did you send an E-mail first? Would hate for you to get the L300 and it not fit correctly.

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    Mine took around a month. It will look to be stationary for quite a while.

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    That's what I'm doing now .so there is a difference??
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    There is. The exit to the header is lower on the L200. If you use the L300 version you would either have to bend the tube, extend the tube or some people have bashed the underside of the cab in. You don't want to do any of this if you get the one that fits.

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    The engine position of L300's is low and behind the driver so they were able to make the primary pipes shorter to pull it up under the van chassis. I bought a stainless steel set too from a JY cheap knowing it wasn't going to fit but was prepared to grind through welds and add pipework to mod it. Then the donor truck showed up with headers and saved me the headaches...
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