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    Whats the consensus on the quality of Rewarder Headers? Anyone have any pro's or cons? Are they still in business, dialed the 800 number and said it was disconnected?
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    Great product and quality. Excellent service. They are nice guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbomb Turk View Post
    Whats the consensus on the quality of Rewarder Headers? Anyone have any pro's or cons? Are they still in business, dialed the 800 number and said it was disconnected?
    They are in business with great customer service and great quality.
    Google them and get their phone# off their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    They are in business with great customer service and great quality.
    Google them and get their phone# off their website.
    I'm a Rewarder dealer and I talk to Jim several times a week, I can tell you their alive and well but I Think Jim may be on Vacation and Brooke is running the show and may be busy , try 805 445 1015 or call me and I'll call his cell for you Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbomb Turk View Post
    Whats the consensus on the quality of Rewarder Headers? Anyone have any pro's or cons? Are they still in business, dialed the 800 number and said it was disconnected?
    Great producrt, great service.. Talked to them last week and ordered some baffles. Delivered already!
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    Look bitchen! Quality is great. The killer looking low swept ones are horsepower robbers I've heard for a few dyno tests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blow It Up View Post
    Look bitchen! Quality is great. The killer looking low swept ones are horsepower robbers I've heard for a few dyno tests.
    Soon to find out


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    Sure do look good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blow It Up View Post
    Look bitchen! Quality is great. The killer looking low swept ones are horsepower robbers I've heard for a few dyno tests.
    Ive heard the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blow It Up View Post
    Look bitchen! Quality is great. The killer looking low swept ones are horsepower robbers I've heard for a few dyno tests.
    That's because they were designed for blown motors. They are basically zoomies with a short collector. The NA guys use them for their looks, not their performance. They belong on motors like this......
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    If your using headstuds be sure to tell them and they will relive the flange for you , and if your runnig a pan-vac system they will weld in the tube

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    Who is his competition? Anyone comparable ?
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    Rewarder Headers are great. Jim has been a long time friend and customer of mine.

    Jay from Lightning Headers is really his only competition. Lightnings # is 951 678-5631.
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    Jim (owner of Rewarder) Called me yesterday to ask us to help with a " test fax" to see if the system was up and working and explained , seems that in a recent "Upgrade" to his computer DSL lines they (the Phone service company ) somehow eliminated his 800 line Unbeknowced to him or staff , The result has been hundreds of missed calls and lost sales while waiting for them to correct the flailex Until such time as the 800 is totally functional Please call 805 445 1015 to reach him or PM me for his cell # , Jim also wished to convey that he wishes to appologize ,for any missed calls or inconvenience resulting from this Thanks Tom

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