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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old May 28th, 19, 07:34 AM Thread Starter
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Finished my exhaust yesterday

Headman Shorty headers, 3" all the way back, home made system, Flowmaster mufflers

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old May 28th, 19, 07:45 AM
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wow! I had my volume turned all the way up. to quiet for me
just joking , sounds great
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wow! I had my volume turned all the way up. to quiet for me
just joking , sounds great
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Which series Flowmasters did you use?
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Sounds great. Maybe write up your parts list, total cost, and time invested in the project for others here to reference Frank.


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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old Jun 3rd, 19, 06:07 AM Thread Starter
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Don't know... used the ones that were on it

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Sounds great. Maybe write up your parts list, total cost, and time invested in the project for others here to reference Frank.
I thought about it but.. then that means i'd know total cost and i'm not sure I want to know
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Hi, I just purchased a 68 Camaro (SS Clone) 396 with a 4 speed. The headers are rusted really bad. I bought a set of Hooker Comp. (2457). I can't get the old headers off of the drivers side. Can anyone tell me what parts have to be removed to get the header off?
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Hi, I just purchased a 68 Camaro (SS Clone) 396 with a 4 speed. The headers are rusted really bad. I bought a set of Hooker Comp. (2457). I can't get the old headers off of the drivers side. Can anyone tell me what parts have to be removed to get the header off?
Not sure there's any real way of telling you what you're asking.. could be as simple as removing the z-bar, maybe the spark plugs (mine seem to hang up on the flange), might have to remove the motor mount bolt and jack the engine up a little.. Hard to know without seeing it.

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Probably remove the motor mount bolt and jack the engine up a little on driverís side. I recently had to do that.

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my 68 SB I put the headers on the drivers side up through by removing the oil filter, the Z bar and the spark plugs
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