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Exhaust

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Finally about ready to install the exhaust. Some friends and i will be installing it over the long Canada day weekend :)

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My brother loan't me his ramps! These things are awesome, I am going to have to build my own set.

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We began by removing the oem exhaust manifold. Erik removed the head shields. We needed some more tools to remove the o2 sensor. While Blake was on his way over with those, we worked around and removed what ever bolts we could.

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Exhaust manifold ports.

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Turbo head shield.

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Erik magically removed this without me seeing anything he did! He didn't seem to have any troubles with this at all. The car is in really nice condition underneath, not a lot of rust and no bolts causing too many problems.

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Blake showed up and started by removing the trailer hitch. One of the exhaust hangers is attached to one end of the trailer hitch. We needed this to attach the new exhaust to, so he ground the portion needed to keep the mount.

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spkr published chapter March 9th 2013
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