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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-11-2003, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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94-97 Headers will bolt on mi '00 PI motor...right?

I am now in the market for headers which I should have gotten when I did the PI swap. When I order headers...I look for T-bird headers right?

It is POSSIBLE to install them while the motor in the car? I'm not even going to order them if I can't. I have a pit to work in if that makes it easier.

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Yes, you want T-Bird headers.

Yes, you can install them with the motor in the car, but its not going to be fun.
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Not going to be fun is an understatement. Find an excuse to pull the motor out, then install the headers. Or drop the k-member.

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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 07-12-2003, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
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I just put the new motor in...I don't WANT an excuse to take it out

Is it absolutely necessary to drop the K member?

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You're going to need to at least raise the motor a bit and do some creative swearing to get them in with the k-member in.

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No Chad.

If he's very creative and has some time he can do it with the K member in and doesnt have to move the engine at all. I just hope you have small hands, an assortmen of tools and A LOT of patience.

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You're crazy, you know that???

I'm quite impressed you did it that way. Maybe you can help me if I ever need to do it.

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