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Old 02-19-2004, 02:26 PM   #1
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Changing headers on a 2000 gt.

Has anyone done this. doen'st have to be on a 2000 but on a 99+. Looks like it would be a pain.
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REAL PITA!!
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that's what i figured. any thing you have to remove.
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engine would make it easier
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well i don'[t have that time
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thinking about doing it like jr did. drop the stock k-member. But while i have that on i may out a aftermarket k-member and a 7 quart oil pan.
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If you were going to do an aftermarket K member that would be the time to do it for sure if you were going to drop it to do headers anyhow, would run into some serious bucks by the time you buy the k member, oil pan, headers, matching X or H pipe, and what maybe front tubular control arms to go with it, small fortune there. $$$$$$$
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yes but with 2 jobs over time i can save the money. all i have to pay for is $268 for car payment, and about 60 for credit cars. Plus i mow about 7 yards during the summer. Mowing makes me more money then both jobs.
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So are you going to do it?
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