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Old 01-16-2006, 03:04   #1 (permalink)
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ISSUES fitting headers ggggggggrrrrrrrrrr

peoples. bought a set of four into one headers dirt cheap. dunno the brand but seem to be either hurricane or advance headers. they are going into a XB coupe with pwr steer etc. with these headers u have to take the first pipe out. no sweat there. question is how do u get the damn thing back in? the pipe slides under the back three ports on the drivers side but u cant just slide it in. it has to go in on some sort of angle. anyone ever had a set of these? if so how did ya get it in?
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Re: ISSUES fitting headers ggggggggrrrrrrrrrr

Try undoing the rack mount bolts and let the rack hang down and you can also try undoing the engine mount bolts and jacking up either side of the engine to give you more room. ( rocking effect ).
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