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I cannot find any headers for my accent and am planning to do a full exhaust system for the car. Does anyone know where or how I can get headers without a catalytic converter with it? Any information will help.
 

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I cannot find any headers for my accent and am planning to do a full exhaust system for the car. Does anyone know where or how I can get headers without a catalytic converter with it? Any information will help.
About 17 years old if the title is correct.


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I cannot find any headers for my accent and am planning to do a full exhaust system for the car. Does anyone know where or how I can get headers without a catalytic converter with it? Any information will help.

First, I gotta say I've NEVER in my life seen someone as unhelpful as the dude who responded first [just deleted a bunch of stuff I want to say but will hold my tongue]



Second, the motor is known as G4FK and you'd probably be better off googling using that plus the word "extractors" instead of "headers". The Hyundai accent doesn't get much love here in the US as far as aftermarket. I believe it is still called the Excel in other countries.




http://www.shop.rpw.com.au/online-s...tractor-4-2-1-street-design-kit-8-detail.html



http://www.shop.rpw.com.au/online-s...4-1-street-design-409-445-447-452-detail.html


https://www.mufflerstothemax.com.au/suitable-for-excel-1.5l/


If you need your car to still possess a catalytic converter, this is another option
https://www.carid.com/magnaflow/dir...-mpn-23309.html?singleid=389005768&url=987664
 
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