Which headers?

Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by tdm119, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. cubs2008

    cubs2008 Veteran Member

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    So here is the clearance with the car sitting on the ground, yikes! I may need to lift the front an inch.

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    some updaed pics on the build

    Air condition in

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    Had to get a little fancy with the new Mezire electric water pump

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    Fuel system and FPR all in

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    Great pics looks very low.
     
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    Awesome car
     
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    It's low but its no lower then my PTFB sub frame connectors
     
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    So, what serpentine system is that you are using now? It looks like the alternator fits down low between the driver's control arm and the block nicely. My 6.0 truck engine came with all the accessories, but I haven't gotten to that point yet. I don't think it will work since my power steering pump is mounted down there.
     

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