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WITH tranny attached. Have a look. Tranny and all, slid right out. Only "extra" stuff we had to remove was the crank pulley, EGR, and both sides of the driver side motor mount. Even left the water pump on. I'm almost willing to be that it would have come out with the ASM headers attached. Once we figured those things out, the motor popped out in just a couple of minutes. We didn't have to twist it sideways or anything. Straight pluck.

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.........I guess I really am serious about fixing this motor/building a new motor.
 

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santa_rosa_lt1 said:
dude your fuel rails are to die for (in qay voice) what kind of headders are you running?
Running Arizona Speed and Marine headers.

The fuel rails just took a little time with a dremel and a light buff, then some Blue Magic polish.

You should see my spare set of rails that I've actually sanded. :D
 

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ASM's are street legal. They're mids, with emissions hookups and don't relocate the cat. I don't know if they carry a C.A.R.B. number though.
 

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Very Nicely Done. I give you props.
 

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I'm glad to see someone else to do it threw the top. I have the AS&M headers too. They are awesome headers. A little metal polish on the fuel rails does magic. :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 
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