[DML] Exhaust manifold studs
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[DML] Exhaust manifold studs



Hello everybody,  Just wanted to say that i have a been a delorean owner for 4 weeks now.  And I have no regrets.  I'm near pittsburgh, pennsylvania and purchased my delorean from michigan.  I can't tell you all how much ive learned,even before i got the car, from this news group.  My car has 11,400 miles on it. I put about 50 miles on it since i owned it.  I changed the fuel filter, oil, and air filters.  Ive put new shocks and tires on the car.   I put new boots on the rack and pinion. Put new tie rod ends on it.  And brakes all the way around.  This fall i'm going to do the whole cooling system.  Hoses, radiator, waterpump, fill the valleys on top of the engine with something to prevent dirt and moisture from sitting in them. I'll also change the spark plug wires (already did the plugs) distributor and rotor.   And then i would like to put that exhaust on that DMCH sells but I am afraid of the manifold studs breaking.  Does anybody have any suggestions about this.  I read an
 article somewhere on line that somebody told about there experiance removing the exhaust.  If anybody has any info  that would help, it would be very appreciated.   Thank you.

                                                                                  Ed


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