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post #11 of 266 (permalink) Old 03-07-2010, 11:26 AM
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Yes I have been waiting for this thread to start up I still have mine waiting to be installed

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post #12 of 266 (permalink) Old 03-07-2010, 11:41 AM
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I'm either going with braided a/c lines or having a shop reroute it, mine are toast

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Usually installing an engine with headers on it can be a major PITA.

I'll get started on this in a bit. Gotta get batteries for my Camera and am also in the middle of removing tint from my other car.

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I'm thinking of buying a single pass try y header because it is such a tight fit on this side with a/c lines coolant sensor wires running into the firewall etc. By the way it only took me 10 minutes to install pass header before i posted thos, so it shouldnt take long

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THIS IS THE THREAD TO WATCH!!!!!

I just changed my plugs....got wires in my closet.....afterburners on the way....

dont have a lick of a charge on my AC yet(redid the entire system this past fall)

i should be ok.....just waiting as we all are.

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post #16 of 266 (permalink) Old 03-07-2010, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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Hey, Sin....the hell with the tint on that other car...get busy on this header install!! Inquiring minds want to KNOW!
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So, Dart....if I understand correctly what you just posted...the AB's are a quick and easy install from the bottom anyway. At least THAT'S good news.
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So, Dart....if I understand correctly what you just posted...the AB's are a quick and easy install from the bottom anyway. At least THAT'S good news.
No, No, No, from the top, i didnt even try the bottom, just be prepared to use some muscle to clear the valve covers

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post #19 of 266 (permalink) Old 03-07-2010, 01:59 PM
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Hope to start on mine today so I'll let you know about number 1.

According to the thread posted by toomanytoys they fit just fine without any hacking.
Are you putting them on the sedan or wagon, have '91 w/350, watching w/interest. Should have read farther, you answered my question.

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Do you think that ceramic coated AB's will still melt plug wires?

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