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Old 03-07-2003, 11:36 PM   #1
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** This is a brief review after a short drive. ECU has not been reset, nor had a chance to learn. I will revise my review if anything changes significantly. **

Cosmetic: They look pretty good, although they are not polished which might be important to some people. They look better than the Borla header on my wife's Forester. If that counts for anything...

Installation: Sucked ass! Either my set was a fluke or Borla's tolerances need to be reviewed. When placed on top of the stock manifold and the bolt holes were lined up there was a good 1/4" to 3/8" before the other half of the manifold would line up with the stock manifold holes. The Borla header was too narrow and the flanges were not flat, it was about 1/4" higher on one side. It took several hours of wrestling with the header to finally get all 6 bolts to the block started. Then it was a very long and tedious process to get it tightened to the heads, as it basically slowly and methodically forced the manifold to bend to the correct shape. It was a real pain, and very frustrating to see from a company with a reputation like Borla's. Once the manifold was bolted to the block, it was a good 1/4" from lining up with the up-pipe (which is stock on my car). It took more muscle, a vice grip, and a long thick screwdriver to get them to line up and get the bolts through. I would expect these fitament problems from some cheap knock-off brand, but I expected better of Borla.

Power: Not very noticable. Spools up slightly slower, but nothing too significant. Top-end power seems to be better, as I don't have the drastic drop-off above 5500 RPM now. It holds boost higher into the rev range. According to my Blitz SBC-DC boost controller it made slightly more boost at the same settings than the stock manifold. I would guess the ~9 hp dyno chart is pretty accurate. ** Other mods that will change results: Blitz SBC-DC set to 1 Bar, TurboXS Stealthback (with cat) with Prodrive WR Sport muffler, Samco Y hose for intercooler. **

Sound: Not what I was expecting. Not much louder. Not a significant difference like the 2.5 liter non-turbo Borla header is. Turbo whine seems to be reduced, although it could be the engine nosie has increased a bit so it is not as noticable...

Other: The stock manifold is heavy, it weighs about 23 lbs with all the heat shielding. The Borla header is significantly lighter weighing in at about 10 lbs per my bathroom scale.

Final Review: I can't honestly say I would recomend them to anyone due to the extremely poor fitiment. I will not be surprised in the least if/when mine crack down the road. Probably does make a couple more hp than stock manifold, but not too noticeable. Slight weight savings was nice though. I liked the introductory price, but I would not purchase them again even at that price, if I knew what I do now...

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Old 03-08-2003, 12:02 AM   #2
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Thanks for the review. Bummer they fit so poorly.
There was a lot of interest shown on these. I wonder if anyone else who bought these had same problem with fitment. I was actually considering these at such a reasonable cost.
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Old 03-08-2003, 08:14 AM   #3
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Though mine have yet to be installed, I would say it looked like the fabrication guys at Borla had a conteat to see who could build a header quickest with their eyes closed. This is gonna sound terrible, but when I first looked at them, it occured to me why I tend not to buy american car parts. The person that put that header together could not have cared less about the end result.
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Old 03-08-2003, 01:41 PM   #4
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At least the header I recieved doesn't seem to have these problems. It's not a perfect OEM fit, but it doesn't need much more than a little extra jiggle to work past the studs. One thing that doesn't impress me is the spatter and splinters of metal on the insides, it's going to require a little cleaning before it goes anywhere near the turbos.
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Old 03-08-2003, 01:42 PM   #5
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Mine are still sitting in the box. If I have as hard of a time with them as you did, I will not hesitate to get my money back.

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Old 03-08-2003, 02:36 PM   #6
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Thank god I resisted the temptation to be suckered in by the limited-time only intro price. Sorry to hear they dissappointed so much.
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Old 03-08-2003, 03:40 PM   #7
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If they don't leak (IF), I would say its money well spent. Its just sad to see how little love was poured into thier production. At the very least its 13lbs off the front of the car.

And if it creates more pull towards redline and doesn't leak, that will be great. I could care less about a few hundred rpm more lag. If i was after big low end without lag I would have bought something with more cylinders and no turbo.
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Old 03-08-2003, 03:51 PM   #8
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and they want to raise the price to what?

looks like it was a decent buy at the intro price. thanks for the review
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Old 03-08-2003, 03:53 PM   #9
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and they want to raise the price to what?

looks like it was a decent buy at the intro price. thanks for the review
They're still under $400. Check the end of the thread.
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Old 03-08-2003, 05:15 PM   #10
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I got mine the other day also. Still in the box since I just now got a new gasket for the header-to-uppipe connection. I'm pretty surprised with the fit AaronB describes, hopefully this is the exception and not the rule.

As for sound, cant say I'm surprised there. Not sure how the header would make it any louder with the stock exhaust. If anything I'd expect a little different tone.

As for the power increase, if your running the stock exhaust system I wouldn't expect to see much of a power increase. Still way to much resistance. I'm curious to hear results from those like myself who are running full exhausts systems including up-pipe.

I'd install mine this weekend and post a review but just don't have the time.

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EDIT Just re-read post, looks like he is running some aftermarket exhaust

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Old 03-09-2003, 12:13 AM   #11
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Hey guys,

I just installed mine today. Yes, fitment was terrible, though not as bad as AaronB's set. I had to Machine out the bolt holes in order to make them fit. Two of the holes I couldn't get to with the drill so I left them alone. I used a 1/2 inch drill bit. I did not bore out the bolt holes on the flange that connects to the up-pipe though, I wish I would have. I dont think I could've reached them with the drill anyway.

It changed the exhaust tone a little bit. More towards a mechanical/more aggressive sound. I forgot about the replacing the up-pipe gasket, so I do have a little leak, though I couldn't really hear any evidence of it while driving. I will take care of that asap. The sound toward the front of the car is a little tinnier due to the less amount of metal to deaden the sound.

Power was better that I expected. Of course, slower spool-up, but good mid to top end. on the freeway, getting to 100mph come faster, though around 80 mph in 5th gear, the power curve felt a little bumpy, though was probably a result of my setup (unichip). Drop into fourth gear at 70-80 and there was definately more power available towards the high end. The lighter weight is just the feather in the cap. Can't argue with that.

Let me say though, It took Me FOREVER to install these! I was by myself, and believe me when I tell you that, I am No Mechanical Guru. Though I still made it through, and figured out how to bore out bolt holes! You will need a good sturdy lever of some sort to flex the headers, be cause they definately dont line up. I wish they made these in two pieces rather than one. Sounds to be hit or miss so far, So with that, Buy at your own Risk!

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Default WRX Header Fitment

Hi everyone. This is Kelli at Borla Performance - I am the representative responsible for maintaining Renick's account. First I would like to start by thanking everyone who posted feedback & advised of the fitment issue with the WRX header.

Secondly, I would like to point out that Borla has always been known for our quality of craftsmanship and we take great pride in our products. If there is a problem, we will fix it! Borla has always had a Million Mile warranty - this especially applies to the WRX header and will continue if anyone has a problem.

After being advised of the fitment issue the Borla engineers immediately investigated. We checked several vehicles and multiple systems & realized a change was necessary in the tooling assembly and final preparation of the WRX header. The engine block and related components are alloy (aluminum) and have thermal retention and deviations that require an engineering adjustment. This is highlighted by the fact that several vehicles we tried the header on fit fine. Additionally, the factory system includes studs instead of bolts - a method of fastening which is much less forgiving for misalignment.

Borla has made several engineering changes that have remedied these issues. A new weld clean-up procedure is also being implemented. These procedures will increase the cost however the end result will be an excellent fitting performance street header. The fact that Borla has taken immediate action speaks volumes for how concerned we are that the end user continues to get more than they are promised.

If anyone has a question or concern about any of Borla's headers or exhaust products you can either contact the factory direct or the company in which you purchased the product.

Again, I would like to thank everyone who posted feedback!

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Old 03-20-2003, 03:20 PM   #13
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Hey Guys,

let me know if anyone is getting a fuel cut after installing a this or any other header. I have a turbo-back and when I installed the header started getting this strange fuel cut or power cut. usually occurs around 14.5-15lbs of boost. I have a thread running in factory forced induction called Power cut out.

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Old 03-25-2003, 07:38 PM   #14
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Hmmm

Only took about an hour to install mine (of course I did have a lift at my disposal). Fitment was a little tight, but nothing like mentioned above. One bolt hole was off just a hair, but nothing a mallet couldn't fix. No leaks thus far, and they have been through 2 full track days. They are nice and blue now.

As for power, the pull is definitely stronger. I have a JDM uppipe and a 2.5" cat back installed already. Can't say as I noticed an increase in turbo lag. It did drop my 1/4 mile time by .15 seconds according to my AP-22.

The sound is tinnier as noted by linus011, but I like it. At $335, I think it was money well spent. Brett at Rennick got my pipes out the same day and I had them 2 days later. Great service.
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Old 03-26-2003, 12:16 AM   #15
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I also have the Borla header and expected a bit more from the company as far as quality. The flanges on mine were flat BUT the holes were off by a good 1/4". Very difficult to line up all six holes not to mention the two for the uppipe. I also had to use the trusty mallet. So far, no leaks or real sound difference. Although I haven't driven her very much due to all the snow we have gotten here in Colorado. Over all looks of the headers were good, but I expected a bit better welds. I guess you get what you pay for. One thing that I can say is that Brett over at Renick was a pleasure to work with.

About Kelli and Borla fixing the problems, that is great, but how does that help me with my headers?

I can't wait for the roads to dry and the snow to melt to see what kind of gains the headers gave me.
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Borla has made several engineering changes that have remedied these issues. A new weld clean-up procedure is also being implemented. These procedures will increase the cost however the end result will be an excellent fitting performance street header. The fact that Borla has taken immediate action speaks volumes for how concerned we are that the end user continues to get more than they are promised.
Sincerely,
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What?
Price will increase because you fixed fitment?
Oh gezz
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Old 03-27-2003, 09:09 AM   #17
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An updatedon these headers - good news for everyone who has bought them

http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show...66#post3598166
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Old 03-27-2003, 11:51 PM   #18
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I finally got around to installing my Borla Header this afternoon. Like everyone else, fitment was a little snug but nothing a drill bit one sizes up couldn't take care of Seriously, it wasn't that big of a deal especially after hearing about the poor fitment issues. Other then having to slightly enlarge the manifold mount holes the header fit like a glove with no other problems noted. Total install time was just under an hour and a half.

Sound.. With my set up (Godspeed UP, ScoobySport DP, Cobb Cat back), I have a little deeper exhaust rumble and a little more sound from under the hood. It's not a bad sound, if anything I think it gives the car a more aggressive sound. The best part is I think I finally fixed my up-pipe leak

Power.. Mid range feels to come on stronger, especially above 3500rpm. Bottom end feels about the same with no noticeable loss or increase in turbo lag. Will have to post later on how the top end feels since I never took it much above 4.5K

Shawn

Edit: Driving impression after a few days.

Wow... Now that the ECU has had a little time to adjust I have to say there is definitely more power from 3300 and up with no noticeable loss in the low end power. I think is due to a much better throttle response. Red light/stop sign "take-off" bogg is pretty much eliminated. Mid range pulls much stronger and continues throughout the rev-range. I'd really like to see a before and after dyno graph on a WRX with a full aftermarket exhaust vice just a bone stock car. I donít think the/A header can be fully optimized with the stock restrictive exhaust.

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Bump for updated driving impression in post above.

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Im running a VF29 turbocharger with my borla header (w/vishnu uppipe and turboback) I really can't see any spool up time difference. I can feel a slight power increase over stock at 5K+ RPM and it seems that I can do a better, more consistant launch. It makes the car easier to drive from a stop. Fitment wasn't great, but for $335 you can't go wrong. -Z
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Old 10-25-2003, 01:46 PM   #21
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I am happy with the performance but I must tell you that installation was the biggest pin in the *ss that I ever ran through.
It took 3 people to manually force/bend the headers to fit into the block bolts, then we had to use the malet to slowly fit it. It took me about 10-15 minutes to remove the stock manifold howvere it took me a painful 2 1/2 hours and 3 people to get this bad boy in.

The one thing I noticed is that the Borla exhaust manifold did not have the oem flexible 3" pipe to allow you to "play" with the manifold when installing. Again, it surprise me that the great reputation of Borla was put into the test on this issue.

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Old 02-22-2004, 05:10 PM   #22
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This can be considered the very first review of the latest generation of Borla Headers for the WRX. All other reviews, though true, are now pretty much null and void as they don't make those generation of headers anymore.

My views:

Price: $380 is the cheapest price I could find through www.kastleskorner.com. Current pricing as you read this may be different as well as the cheapest location.

Unspoken of price: You need three gaskets for this install.
44022AA170 Uppipe Gasket (Bottom), you need one
14038AA000 Manifold Gasket to the block, you need two
Price for these three gaskets should run $35-$40.

Installation: If you have done an uppipe install before these are cake to install. If you haven't done an uppipe before, these could be considered very easy to install. They come with instructions with pictures. Install time is around an hour, maybe two if you are slow. You need a jack, jackstands, lug wrench, torque wrench, PB Blaster, rags, 10, 12, 14mm sockets and wrenches, an 02 sensor socket helps, and various other hand tools.

Looks: These things bling like crazy. The come with a silver coating. What? Headers these cheap already coated??? Yes, you just saved $200 on coating or $100 on Thermo Tec header wrap!!! The are coated on the outside only.

Clearance: No fitment issues at all. About 2" away from your oil filter on all sides. The bottom tray goes back on fine with no cutting or rubbing.

Noise: No increase either from the engine compartment or through the tailpipe according to my ears.

Weight: Using headers shaves about 25# of weight off your front end.

Performance: According to Borla, on a bone stock WRX, you get 7HP and 10TQ from these headers. Now I know you are thinking, "But XXX's header gets XXHP and XXTQ". But you need to remember, their header comes with an uppipe. Pay attention to the details my friend! An uppipe adds like 10HP by itself. This header bolts up to whatever uppipe you have. Performance gains go up with the level of your mods as well, so you will see higher numbers with the more mods you have.

For me, this is what I noticed: Additional lag for boost. I would guesstimate it at around 500 more RPMS. Same feeling when not on boost. MORE power when on boost, and the power hits harder and harder as the RPM needle goes up. BIG thumbs up on the butt dyno!

Wrap Up: Headers are fairly new for the WRX and they have all had ups and downs. I carefully researched this mod. Those of you familiar with my username will recognize that I tend to do this. My advice is BUY a header. I chose Borla because:

1. It's friggen cheap!! There are some other cheap headers like the OBX ones on eBay, and the GT Spec, but you end up with additional expenses and a worse warranty.
2. It comes coated which saves you $100-$200 over coating/wrapping yourself. Most people would agree this step is "required" with headers. Many companys will void their warranty if you wrap/coat their headers. Borla could care less, you get a million mile warranty with no restrictions. This is the best warranty for any header.
3. They are local. IF there is a problem with my header, I can get warranty work quickly here in the USA. Try that with your $1500 JDM equal length headers.

Get a header. Get a Borla one. Seriously. I ain't jokin' either.
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Old 02-26-2004, 01:08 PM   #23
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Excellent review. Thanks for putting that together.
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I have a Ver.1 Borla header that is rusty and falling apart at the flanges. My car sounds horrible, like there's a '60s VW Bug motor under the hood. Since the header came with my used WRX, Borla won't replace it, regardless of the "Million-Mile" warranty. Now I have to get it welded back together. If you get a chance to buy a used Borla header, pass on it unless it is a Jet-Hot coated later version.
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hrm.... boost comes later? is it additional boost really worth the new delay of boost? I've always been trying to redue lag instead of adding more to it
But now that they AP Stg-2 somewhat smooths out the power band and now I don't exactly feel the "kick" unless I go WOT, and that kinda takes the initial excitement I got from the car. And I'm having a hard time telling whether my car is going faster than stock, or maybe slower...
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