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Well I finally got around to putting on my headers i bought back in december. I took a while (about 5 1/2 hours) But they are on. Thanks to everyone who replied to my post about any tips on installing them. Well tomorow is the long awaited trip to the muffler shop to have my 2 Chamber Flowmasters installed. Darn, too bad i have to miss school for this. LOL =)
 

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I hope you're driving it with the uncapped headers to the muffler shop. That's always one of the most memorable journies one takes in their stang *LOL*.

BTW, when you see a cop, let off the throttle *LOL*.

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I did that a few years ago in my 65 coupe, It deffinatly was a memorable journey, I think the neigbors remember it too!!!!!!! HAHAHA....

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I've not gotten to do it yet in an 8cyl. I've did it in a couple of 4cyl as a teenager. When (and if) I ever get my beast running though, I'll get to. What size pipes are you running?

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