Hi Alan..Your BEST bet is to call a Honda dealership of bikeshop. They\´ll have the part #\´s and be able to order you a pair. I got lucky on my other CX I had.I scooped up a set of new ones in the box for $90! LOL That\´s only because I had a friend that runs a bike salvage/complete bike shop. They\´re not gonna be cheap, I won\´t lie about that. You\´re probably lookin at about $150...(Canadian) A cheaper route would be to paint your old headers assuming theres no holes. Or even high heat powder coating them. Either way it\´ll cost ya less than 1/2 of a new set of headers. and watch out when ya put them on and had the motor running for the first time! (I have a quarter size scar on the back of my left hand because I sneezed and went to pull my hand up fast after the engine had been running on nitro-methane for 20 mins.) 1200-1500 degrees is pretty UNFORGIVING! (even for 1-2 seconds) Good luck man!;D
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