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Most definately use anti-sieze on the studs/nuts- and both sides of the studs. This way instead of snapping, the stud will just back out next time you take it apart.
Now for re-installing the headers, try to get a torque wrenc on them- I know it sounds like over kill, but it makes a world of diffrence, and get ready to re-torque them after a few heat cycles.
You got the hard part done, now you get to relax and just put her back together and enjoy Brian's exhaust.
Kris @ Tech9
86' 930/GT-40R Sold
94' Rustang GT daily (long gone)
2008 C6/Z51 Corvette
Old 02-14-2009, 01:41 PM
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