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Installation of Borrowed Exhaust Headers

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John (strat24V) has been kind enough to lend me his exhaust headers to have a look at the initial installation on my engine to see what room and space is available. I will be using the same fabricator for the exhaust system.

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A couple of obvious items to make sure that are installed before the manufacture of the exhaust system is the oil filter and also the rear anti-roll bar.

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  1. The Slug's Avatar
    Will you be using a remote oil filter?
  2. ducatiman's Avatar
    I am trying to avoid doing that as there will already be the dry sump tank and coolers, so could be running out of room....................
  3. strat24v's Avatar
    Go Remote, makes filter changes much easier and you only need a sandwich plate on the existing filter mount, takes up very little room. You have the external oil lines already....Think I have a c&r fabrications billet filter mount, cant remember which filter but its half as big again as the Alfa one. The area around the standard alfa position is tight with header pipes, secondary pipes, alternator etc and when you want to switch the filter, you end up with oil all over your sump, not a big problem but bit of a clean up to do.
    Updated 09-05-2014 at 09:08 by strat24v