Street Header Kit 2WD Direct Fit 22R/RE 1985-1995 Pick Up
***Not for 4Runners***
50 State Legal C.A.R.B. EO: D-462-1
Whether your truck is bone stock or built for extra performance, the LCE Street Header is the "best bang for your buck" bolt on part you can buy. You should expect to see a 10-15% power increase with a good boost to the top-end of the powerband where these trucks struggle.
With so many choices for a header on the market, some certainly being cheaper, we can understand if you are struggling with the decision of which one to buy. We can tell you there is a good reason why our header is still the #1 on the market and worth the extra cost.
Here are a few reasons why:
- LC Engineering has been designing, testing, producing and installing these headers for more than 20 years
- Since we focus on Toyota performance parts we spend the extra time to make these headers the best they can be
- Our header is made with high quality materials
- Our header is coated in a high temperature ceramic coating
- Our head side flange is designed to retain use of the OEM exhaust manifold gasket, the gasket features a metal crush fire ring and a heat deflector for the spark plug wires
- We supply all the gaskets you need to complete the install
This header kit fits 85-95 2 Wheel drive trucks, auto or manual transmission, and includes an adjustable connector pipe that will connect to
most factory catalytic converters.
***Not for 4Runners 2WD or 4WD. 1984-1995 4Runners were based on a 4wd truck chassis, see item #1041036 for 4Runner fitment***
All Toyota Pickups manufactured before 1988 came from the factory with a single wire oxygen sensor, these sensors were non-heated because they were installed in the exhaust manifold very close to the cylinder head where there is a lot of heat. If you have a pre-1988 pickup, when installing our Street Header Kit you will notice that the oxygen sensor provision (bung) has been moved downstream from its factory location. We recommend that anyone with a pre-1988 application utilize our universal 4 wire heated O2 sensor in place of the factory single wire. An O2 sensor must be hot to generate a signal, further downstream the exhaust can be too cool for a non-heated O2 sensor to operate on it's own. A heated O2 sensor gets the sensor up to operating temperature faster and keeps it there. An added benefit to moving the sensor further downstream (and why all modern cars have at least one downstrem) is the exhaust gasses are at a more homeogenous mixture, which gives a clearer reading for the computer to adjust fuel delivery. This can improve drivability and gas mileage.
Vehicles made from 1988-1995 come from the factory with a heated O2 sensor and changing the sensor is not necessary unless the one currently installed is damaged.
Universal Heated O2: 1065034 Sensor NOT CA Smog Legal
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