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Old 03-08-2004, 17:30   #1 (permalink)
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E Series Windsor Headers and EFI Intake(s)

As stated, E Series Windsor standard headers (NOT cast manifolds) and two (2) lower, one (1) upper manifolds.

I don't know exactly which year they are from, suffice to say they are standard (NOT GT40 style) parts. Both lower inlets and upper inlet are bare, no ancilliaries (ie, throttle body, injectors, etc) are fitted.

I received them with many other parts from another project some time ago and have no use for them.

$150 for all, will separate, Sydney pickup welcome, will post.

(Can media-blast manifolds before sending for a small charge)

(And, of course, sensible offers are welcome)

Headers - offers around $100, or talk me into less.
Lower manifolds - $20 each
Upper Manifold - $20 (photo to follow soon)




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Old 03-08-2004, 18:07   #2 (permalink)
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What do you mean by media blast?
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What do you mean by media blast?
Abrasive blasting. The media is the abrasive used; sand, glass, bead, etc.

Just saying sandblasting always sounds harsh but there are different types and sizes of "media" for different jobs.

(Not my profession but having a small home setup is excellent for some of the restoration jobs I've tackled).
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oh ok. Is that external blasting or internal? i.e. extrude honing?
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Just external blasting. Make them look nice and new again.

If I was in the extrude-honing business it wouldn't be for a "small charge". Last ones I had done (BMW V12 twin-turbo) almost required a second morgage.

By small I mean $20 or a couple of six packs, whichever occurs first.
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fair enough mate. I would have definitely got an upper externally blasted from you 3 months ago if I had of known. My old one had a crack in it and I had to find another one fairly quickly at the time. Oh well, for the price your asking, I reckon you shouldnt have trouble selling them!
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Re: E Series Windsor Headers and EFI Intake(s)

I may be interested in the standard headers... is it possible to post a pic of them? also, how much for just the headers??
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Re: E Series Windsor Headers and EFI Intake(s)

So just to clarify, you've got headers, not heads?
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Re: E Series Windsor Headers and EFI Intake(s)

Again to confirm about the lower / upper intake manifold, are they the HO or something else ? (I know you said not GT40, but unsure if you meant heads or intake)

( are the runners / ports (between the upper and lower) in a line, or staggered. )
If staggered, its possibly an explorer intake, and worth more than your asking, and I'd be very interested :)
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EBXR,
No pictures as yet, sorry. I'd like about $100 for just the headers. It you are serious about them for that price, I will find a dig cam and take pictures and email them to you.

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Just the headers, no heads (or other Windsor parts ,except what is listed above).



$100 for extractors that bolt to your original engine pipes I thought would be a pretty reasonable price.
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