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Old 12-05-2014, 06:00 AM   #4439
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Finally installed mine this week...header was sitting in the box for months. yes, I'm nuts.

Faster, lighter and sounds way better.

Need to make a video....the video above doesn't sound like mine, mine is way better.

Does anyone have a tune for a full Nameless 3" with the Innovate SC?
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Old 12-05-2014, 06:02 AM   #4440
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The million dollar question is the dip noticeable. Does the car feel slower in that RPM range compared to stock when driving around on a day to day basis?
to answer your question, the dip is noticeable but only if you are looking for it.

my car is way faster now. esp over 5k rpm

you can send me the mil, paypal ok.
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Old 12-05-2014, 08:17 AM   #4441
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Can anyone confirme fitment with the greddy aka sbd turbo? I really don't want to sell this header when I go fi...


Or any fi for that matter.
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Old 12-05-2014, 08:22 AM   #4442
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Can anyone confirme fitment with the greddy aka sbd turbo? I really don't want to sell this header when I go fi...


Or any fi for that matter.
Doesn't greddy have it's own manifold?
So... No you can't use it with the greedy/SBD.

You could use it with the Ptuning kit, works, STS, anything else that doesn't replace the header.
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Old 12-05-2014, 11:50 AM   #4443
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Can anyone confirme fitment with the greddy aka sbd turbo? I really don't want to sell this header when I go fi...


Or any fi for that matter.
No. You must use there header.
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Old 12-05-2014, 02:45 PM   #4444
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to answer your question, the dip is noticeable but only if you are looking for it.

my car is way faster now. esp over 5k rpm

you can send me the mil, paypal ok.
I been running the header for about two or three months now and I don't even notice it anymore. I rev the car more before taking off from a stop, problem solved.
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Finally installed mine this week...header was sitting in the box for months. yes, I'm nuts.

Faster, lighter and sounds way better.

Need to make a video....the video above doesn't sound like mine, mine is way better.

Does anyone have a tune for a full Nameless 3" with the Innovate SC?
The video above is with a full Nameless 3" exhuast and NA. Also a different tune the tune now sounds way better. If you just installing the header on a stock exhaust I would be curious to hear it as it would be much different.
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anyone have a picture of the header/oil pan clearance installed?
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Could someone explain to me the difference between Nameless and Cosworth (Nameless) Headers for FA20? I expect them to be the same, but there are some discrepancies on graphs both companies are showing.
I dont like the fact that having Cosworth header (actually whole 1.3 kit) installed put me back on power and torque against Catback only (1.1 kit).
Nameless present graph which is more desirable to me and I could probably use 1.3 Ecutek tune from Cosworth.
I asked Cosworth to explain the drop but without reply so far.
Based on this thread I dont think someone from Nameless will reply to my email but I will try.

Any thoughts? (which one to buy, what is different, why is there a drop in power)
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Could someone explain to me the difference between Nameless and Cosworth (Nameless) Headers for FA20? I expect them to be the same, but there are some discrepancies on graphs both companies are showing.
I dont like the fact that having Cosworth header (actually whole 1.3 kit) installed put me back on power and torque against Catback only (1.1 kit).
Nameless present graph which is more desirable to me and I could probably use 1.3 Ecutek tune from Cosworth.
I asked Cosworth to explain the drop but without reply so far.
Based on this thread I dont think someone from Nameless will reply to my email but I will try.

Any thoughts? (which one to buy, what is different, why is there a drop in power)
So the Cosworth is made by Nameless Performance, and honestly there does not look to be a difference in the way the header will work. The difference could be more one is on stock exhaust vs the other being on the Cosworth exhuast or a difference in tuners. What part of the graphs are you talking about? It could help to just link them as the ones I could find could be different from the ones you have found.
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So the Cosworth is made by Nameless Performance, and honestly there does not look to be a difference in the way the header will work. The difference could be more one is on stock exhaust vs the other being on the Cosworth exhuast or a difference in tuners. What part of the graphs are you talking about? It could help to just link them as the ones I could find could be different from the ones you have found.
This graph:


Before they released 2.0 kit they were advertising this graph:


I am on Yellow now (will be tomorrow).
If/when I upgrade to 1.3 (Blue lines) I will be actually getting less power between 2800-3700rpm for 2000 GBP?
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The thing is, I thought people are buying headers to solve the dip problem (or I at least see this on Borla, but that is too laud for DD here). I would expect at least some improvement in the dip area. Or it is caused by moderate Cosworth tune?
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Old 12-15-2014, 11:18 AM   #4452
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The thing is, I thought people are buying headers to solve the dip problem (or I at least see this on Borla, but that is too laud for DD here). I would expect at least some improvement in the dip area. Or it is caused by moderate Cosworth tune?
The nameless header and cosworth header are the same piece.

Not all headers (by different companies) are equal. Some were made to eliminate the torque dip, some were made for max top end power, and nameless's was made (I think ) to give you the biggest area under the curve and specifically midrange power. They all have their pros and cons. Buy a header that suits what YOU want to get out of a header.
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