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Old 12-13-2006, 05:22 PM   #1
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Will the exhaust manifold on a Series 1 l67 fit on the series 2? I'm wondering if my headers currently on my series 1 will fit a series 2. Can I reuse my alternator if I make this propossed swap?

Was just daydreaming the "what if" scenario of grenading my S1 in my sandrail and changing to a S2.

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Will the exhaust manifold on a Series 1 l67 fit on the series 2? I'm wondering if my headers currently on my series 1 will fit a series 2. Can I reuse my alternator if I make this propossed swap?

Was just daydreaming the "what if" scenario of grenading my S1 in my sandrail and changing to a S2.

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Not at all, the manifolds on a Series one are unevenly spaced, while a Series 2 are evenly spaced.
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What he said.

The S1 has the same uneven port spacing of the Grand National. They're not even close to the Series 2.
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You have headers on your S1?

Headers are easily available for S2 cars, so at least that'* not a problem.
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My series One is in a rear engined sandrail mounted longitudanally. Headers were a one-off fabrication. I have not seen headers either engine to suit my application,
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You probably want to have a chat with Echo SSEi...he has a contact at Pacesetter headers.
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