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Old 12-29-2003, 09:28 PM   #11
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I got the week off and want to install now.....wheres my headers and pulley? been 10 days since shipped
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Old 12-29-2003, 10:01 PM   #12
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Held up in customs? I know UPS has been buggered for a bit because of the holidays...
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Yeah, whenever we ship stuff to Canada, it always seems to spend a week or two in customs...
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There are tricks to sending product to Canada quickly. I cant post how but when you buy product it will be up to the company sending the product as to what way they send it so it may not make a difference what you know.

Go-slow on the headers and it is not too hard. Just leave yourself lots of time and well a friend to help consume beverages while you do it is always helpful.

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Its been 23 days since Zoomer shipped them and I'm still waiting I'm really hoping this week
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Good things take time as you well know.
More than once, I've had to pay for items on my VISA before the goods arrived.....4-6 wks. :(
The way that Canadian dollar is rising, by the time I'm ready for my TOG headers they'll be a real bargain.
Wife is starting to give me a hard time about my desires to make the Bonne'* bark a little louder. She likes the mellow tone.
I know taking the CAT off will rouse the neighbours.
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There in

Now comes the fun part
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I hope you enjoy your new found power. Thats gonna be a quick little (yeah, little ) SSEi!

Have fun! Let us know how it feels and sounds!

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Hey PontiacDad.
Let'* keep this thread going thoughout our header install and give each other, as well as the other members, a day by day progress report.

So far I have just removed the exhaust cross-over and the front exhaust manifold. It was a piece of cake but it is time consuming. No problem for me since the car is garaged for the next month with the weather anyways.

Any hints before I tackle the deadly rear manifold??

Should I go one or two heat ranges colder with the new plugs...I haven't picked them up yet.
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Watching quietly.......holding my breath.......
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