[DML] Re: headers - on or off?
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[DML] Re: headers - on or off?


The headers come close to the frame on the Passenger side ( about 1 inch) They tuck up 
under the top lip of the frame. So, I'm not to sure you can fit them in when installed. They 
aren't that difficult to install with the engine in the car. I happen to have my set off the car 
at moment, I have them out for jet-hot service, My set was one of the early ones that did 
not get that treatment. And it wasn't very long before the Rust started to show.  Also FYI if 
for some reason you ever have to remove the starter. You will have to at least loosen the 
header to swing it out of the way and remove the oil filter.

Btw: What did you do the head to fix the exhaust stud? Weld and remachine.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Soma576@... wrote:
> Hey Group,
> Can DMCH's headers be installed on an engine outside the car and not get in  
> the way when putting the engine back in?  Obviously I will leave the cats  and 
> the rest off, just want to make sure I can pre-mount the headers  first!
> Andy
> Fargo, ND  
> 1982 DeLorean DMC12 VIN 11596
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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