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Help. I ordered an AEBS header (hotshots were on a 3 week back log) and underdrive pullies (WP/C) Monday. I have already ordered a gasket for the header from a local auto parts store so I would have it on hand (they had to special order it). While I was there I picked up a new belt for the two pullies (C/WP/AC?) I think this was the right one, should it be shorter than the stock one I bought?

Is there anything else I should pick up before they get here? any tips anyone has?

P.S. I will not be doing the work myself, kids, time, tools, etc.

Thanks in advance, Mciin1
92NX, 62K miles, Pop intake.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Chris Bryant:
You may want to have a new cat gasket on hand. Mine was fine (trilaminate metal), but I replaced it anyway. Also, I used a shortened nut to close the EGT threaded insert. Other than that, I think you are fine.

Don't forget to check/retorque the nuts holding your header to the head several times in the following weeks. Mine hled fine, but it's good policy.

If you use header wrap, do it before installation.

CB....still lovin' his AEBS header....
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Yo, thanks dude, I'll pick up the gasket and wrap on the way home. any specific wrap recommended? Did you actually feel i difference running with the AEBS header?

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You may want to have a new cat gasket on hand. Mine was fine (trilaminate metal), but I replaced it anyway. Also, I used a shortened nut to close the EGT threaded insert. Other than that, I think you are fine.

Don't forget to check/retorque the nuts holding your header to the head several times in the following weeks. Mine hled fine, but it's good policy.

If you use header wrap, do it before installation.

CB....still lovin' his AEBS header....
 
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