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  • mdiesel
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    Little one helping me assemble the heads
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  • zlexiss
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    ^^^ What he said, nice!

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  • ssms5411
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    Nice !

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  • mdiesel
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    Cylinder heads are just about ready for final assembly with 105 springs , viton seals, manley retainers
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  • mdiesel
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    Originally posted by LETZRIDE View Post
    Looks good, what did you use to polish it?
    first i sanded them with 120grit and ran up the grit all the way to 2000 grit paper, using wd40 as a lubricant. then i polished them with a buffing wheel and black, yellow and finally white rouge. im planning on running a hooker black heart full duel exhaust behind these, just have to hit lotto first.... lol

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  • 2.8 Bird
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    They look really good. Like new.

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  • LETZRIDE
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    Looks good, what did you use to polish it?

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  • mdiesel
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    Just finished the right side.agsin the flange was so bad I sanded the crap out if it, but still get get a good shine on that part.
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  • mdiesel
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    Before and after . Polished the hell out of the left side header, I dont think I can get it better. The tubes came out pretty good, but the flange is so heavily scratched there's not much more I can do there I think. Still gotta start polishing the right side header next
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  • ssms5411
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    Nice find. Wish I could find their turbo headers.

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  • Namrepus28
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    Ha! Omg, I remember the group purchase for these back in the day on the forums. I didn't think I'd ever see or hear about them again.

    Congrats! That's awesome.

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  • mdiesel
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    Originally posted by LETZRIDE View Post
    one of the rare few to have longtubes. They were hard to come by...
    I've been searching for long tubes since I first bought the car back in 2001, my wife said I looked like a kid on Christmas morning opening up the box they came in.

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  • LETZRIDE
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    one of the rare few to have longtubes. They were hard to come by...

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  • mdiesel
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    Stainless steel long tubes. They need to be cleaned up with a buffing wheel, but the stainless is in good condition.
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  • ssms5411
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    I’d just buy the the pipe and do 2 1/2” no need for 3”. I can’t see pipping being that much.

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