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Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by king_stu, Jul 1, 2003.

  1. king_stu

    king_stu Member

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    Guys,
    sorry to sound stupid, i've never fitted a exhaust or header in my life and frankly i don't know where to start!
    can anyone point me in the right direction/information on how to do it and what i'll need..
    i'm looking at getting a spoon 4-2-1 header and exhaust or a HKS header + super drager exhaust (with the super flow air fliter)

    cheers
    stu
     
  2. pills_PMD

    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    1. unbolt old stuff,
    2. bolt on new stuff.

    you may need a torch to heat that shit up and lots of PB catalyst spray.
     
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    king_stu Member

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    right simple as that...
    guess what i'm doing this weekend then.
    cheers bro :D
     
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    pills_PMD Super Moderator

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    word.. good luck~!
     
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    SFPracing Senior Member

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    If you haven't done it yet spray some PB Blaster (rust solvent) on all the bolts and let it sit for an hour or so. It'll make life much easier. Oh and have fun with the bolts from the manifold to B pipe. (triangular flange) They ususally break. Hondas have shitty exhaust studs, nuts, bolts.
     
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    HEY MAN THE SHIT IS REAL EASY. DOESN'T TAKE A ROCKET SCIENTIST DO IT. :imgone:
     
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    so what your saying is that i'm going to need new bolts,
    should i ues the old gasket or get a new one for the header?

    i'm scared! :unsure:
     
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    you still havent done it after 8 days of your original post? if you are that scared...you should prolly take it and have someone put it on for you.
     
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    would someone like to enlighten me on why you would need a filter for your exhaust........ :blink:

    if my little brother can change my exhaust im sure you can too
     
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    you should be doing that yourseld and not letting your little bro do it for you :)



    Milan
     
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    yes,new gaskets,the header probably came w/one......depends on the company
     
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    not hard to figure out he meant he was going to buy a filter for his MOTOR too. i love how everybody trys to be a dick head
     
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    ahh, people sometimes get a little emotional :)



    Milan
     
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