Question about 2007 Ferrari F430 Spider
There going to turn red you r putting them threw extreme load.The headers are constructed from a thin wall stainless steel material they are going to heat up quick and hold and show the heat.If they were made from cast iron like some american cars are you will not see them turn red because they are very thick andwont show the heat
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It is quite normal for the exhaust manifold to get very hot, especially when the engine is working hard running at high speed under load. Every time the mixture in the cylinder is ignited there is a small explosion producing a big flame and a lot of heat to push the piston down A lot of this heat goes out the exhaust. During daylight it is usually not noticeable, but at night it will visibly glow up to a bright red.
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