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Old 06-14-2008, 07:57 PM
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new photos of my '84 V10 rebuild

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Looks good!

What are you planning on doing for the exhaust?
Do the standard manifolds fit pass your frame rails? Just looking at it... I don't know whether they would - are you planning on welding some up yourself?
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We are going to fab some headers, not too big though, we want to keep the torque. I think the camera angle makes the frame rails look really close. The standard manifold does fit between the rails, extra work on the firewall would have to be done if the stock firewall was retained. We have fitted the motor as low as we could get it because of the blower, extra clearance could be got by lifting the engine mounts.
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looking good ...and yes the pics make it look real close to the frame rails
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Looks great mate !! You gonna race it, yeah? Are you gonna make it street legal as well ??...................it should really do a good burnout
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Any "further update" pics??..........this looks like a cool project......what are you gonna use as a tranny behind the V-10??
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An ad for a "pyramid scheme"........WTF .............how did this get thru??
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I wondered if you had any updates?
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