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    i just bought speed daddy headers and i to know wat should i be expecting?
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    you will need better band clamps.

    two 3 in ones and two 2.25 ones, and some rtv sealant,

    look for the write ups about them, those will help.

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    Go to napa for the band clamps.

    Get the Copper RTV.

    Some of the holes will be oblong, you might need to trim the rear side of the crossover pipe to get them to fit.

    I suggest O2 bung being welded onto the crossover. Its better than beating the **** out of your car to get the primary O2 to fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt5112 View Post
    Go to napa for the band clamps.

    Get the Copper RTV.

    Some of the holes will be oblong, you might need to trim the rear side of the crossover pipe to get them to fit.

    I suggest O2 bung being welded onto the crossover. Its better than beating the **** out of your car to get the primary O2 to fit.
    I would just beat the tunnel a bit. Its free and takes like 5min. I bet you cant drive to the welding shop faster than that, or even weld one in at home that fast.
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    I never had to trim anything!

    There are full write ups.. please search

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    I'd rather not expose more metal... saltiness.
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    I never had to beat the car to fit my front o2 in. But then again they are ssacs. Which speed daddys are a rip off of ssacs so whatever. Anyway I'd suggest buying an o2 extension harness or you can create your own. I didn't and was face palming myself once you realize you need like two more inches.
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    I had to beat my floor with ssac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsick7 View Post
    I was face palming myself once you realize you need like two more inches.
    That IS what she said.
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    ...it's funny because it wasn't long enough to stick it in the exhaust?
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    Where can one buy an 02 extension? Never mind....found one.
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    2002 GTP: K&N, 3.2 pulley, flipped mounts. ZZP SS headers, 180 stat, NGK TR6's, MSD wires, Reptile ported TB, ported S/C, ported LIM, Intense Stage II heads with larger Manley severe duty SS valves, Yella Terra 1.9 full roller rockers, LS6 springs, Racetronix fuel pump re-wire, Oil pressure "kit", JMB FWI. Mustang dynoed at 240 WHP, 272 WTQ.
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    ZZP...Or...DIY one...which is what most people tend to do
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