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#239273 - 05/24/02 12:33 AM GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
ElBarto Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Registered: 05/12/02
Posts: 38
Loc: Manitoba, Canada
After spending some time recently investigating availibility of a of-the-shelf exhaust header for GM's 2.8 or 3.4L, or more accurately lack of any such product, I decided to write good folks at Calmini and ask them about any such possibility.
As a response I got fairly positive feed back
here's what they wrote me:

CALMINI has always been asked to build a 2.8L header. Ironically
enough a prototype set (complete with the y-pipe), is already completed and
has been for some time. However, the goal of an elevated interest in this
header has not yet been seen. However, I am more than certain that with
enough orders, no less than 30, the 2.8L header would become a reality. If
you can generate the necessary 30 orders, the header can be placed into
production. Please have all interested parties send an email to
[email protected] with the topic line of 2.8L GM header. A list will be compiled and we will work
from there. Interested to see the response. Thank you for your interest in
the CALMINI Isuzu line.

So what you guys think, do we have enough interest or not, lets pull our weight together and maybe this will finally happen.

Hope this posting will help to further the cause.

ElBarto.
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Good judgement comes from a lot of experience and a lot of that comes from Bad judgement 3.4L 91' Trooper 4.3 TBI, Airmax 1" TB spacer
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#239274 - 05/23/02 03:14 PM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Anonymous
Unregistered

I'm interested. Any idea on cost?

JayS
'90 Trooper soon to be 3.4L
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#239275 - 05/23/02 05:27 PM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Anonymous
Unregistered

Just emailed Calmini to encourage 2.8L header production. Thanks for taking the initiative. We'll see what happens. [Wink]

mh
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#239276 - 05/25/02 03:02 AM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
ElBarto Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Registered: 05/12/02
Posts: 38
Loc: Manitoba, Canada
Man, talikng about sparking an "avalanche" of replys. But seriously I thought quite the few of us were after these long awaited headers, guess not [Frown]
Presently I'm trying to find out specifics on the price as well as exact description of the prototype of the headers.
Hope to here some more feed back on this issue, I mean its worth a shot...right [Confused]

ElBarto.
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Good judgement comes from a lot of experience and a lot of that comes from Bad judgement 3.4L 91' Trooper 4.3 TBI, Airmax 1" TB spacer
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#239277 - 05/25/02 02:36 PM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Joelpat Offline
Mudrunner
Registered: 04/08/01
Posts: 404
Loc: Washington, DC
I would be interested in hearing the specifics on price.
Also, would this header be a good choice (not just a correct fit) for a 3.4? I am thinking about taking that project on in the fall.

[ 26 May 2002, 08:16 PM: Message edited by: Joelpat ]
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-Joel '02 Trooper S The dog-mobile. '90 Trooper LS Dearly departed after 13 years in the family. Donated to WAMU Radio in DC.
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#239278 - 06/10/02 06:25 PM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Anonymous
Unregistered

Just sent en email to calmini concerning the headers.
FYI
~Robert
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#239279 - 11/02/02 02:29 PM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Anonymous
Unregistered

I'm interested-How much?
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#239280 - 11/04/02 08:29 AM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Anonymous
Unregistered

i'm interested, but i think that it might be overpriced due to the low number of sales that it will recieve. i also have a friend with a 2.8 in a cherokee chief that would be interested.
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#239281 - 11/04/02 11:04 AM Re: GM 2.8L (3.4L) V6 headers by Calmini
Anonymous
Unregistered

I just wanted to say that you should post something about this in Jeep tech as lots of Cherokees came w/ 2.8's
Good Luck!
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