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Tri-Mill header
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Submitterang94541More Photos from ang94541   Last Update2002/10/2 12:19    Tell a friendTell a friend
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I bought this about 10 years ago. I dont think they make them anymore. It's coated with JetHot.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2002/10/3 5:52  Updated: 2002/10/3 5:52
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
This looks like a traditional 4-into-one design. Wonder why they called it a "tri" ...

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ang94541
Posted: 2002/10/3 6:18  Updated: 2002/10/3 6:18
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
TriMill is the company name. I've seen some of their headers in HotVW's and VWtrends.

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1200rallycar
Posted: 2002/10/3 15:26  Updated: 2002/10/3 15:26
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
ive always wondered who buys those mags
turns out to be a 1200 driver
ohh the shame

ok ok i admit ive got a vw mag, but it was on special, like 50c and i was just a kid

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killer1200
Posted: 2006/9/22 17:11  Updated: 2006/9/22 17:11
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
Whats that about one inch up from the flange ?

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sidedraught
Posted: 2006/9/22 21:48  Updated: 2006/9/22 21:48
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
Quote:
Whats that about one inch up from the flange ?


Thats where you would plug in a Lambda sensor.

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killer1200
Posted: 2006/9/23 6:12  Updated: 2006/9/23 6:12
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
An Oxygen sensor on a 1200 ? is it fuel injectored ?

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Tyrie
Posted: 2006/9/23 8:37  Updated: 2006/9/23 8:37
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
how come it points down? with it bolted to the engine how close is the flange to the ground?

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ang94541
Posted: 2008/1/29 16:57  Updated: 2008/1/29 16:57
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 Re: Tri-Mill header
I just read the thread on header wraps and went looking for this picture. It seems there were some questions I failed to answer.
That's an O2 sensor port on the collector. It's for an Air/Fuel gauge.
The collector exits pointing down-ish. It's about even with the floor. The exhaust makes a somewhat tight turn, but not too bad.
and
It was JetHot coated.