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    Quote Originally Posted by dan123ben View Post
    maybe we dont know for sure tho do we its all just theory i have some time to waste next week am going to do underdrive pulleys and the wrap at the same time see what happends maybe get it back on the dyno buy me to fing out for sure ? pangster you say removing the bumper weights how is this done are thay on the back and front bumper ? i red just before on a site some one saying there 14lb each and there are 2 didnt really say much else
    When you remove the rear bumper then youll see them.. This link will help: http://tis.spaghetticoder.org/s/view.pl?1/01/83/09

    Fairly easy and straightforward to remove

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    I wrapped my 6 branch stainless manifold, its not as easy as it looks to get it right so take your time and get a decent one with graphite in it. Spray the manifold in high temperature paint, use jubilee clips to hold the wrap down not those shitty metal cables. Paint the wrap once you have finished with high temperature paint too, this seals the wrap and avoids fires

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    yes i will do am just looking for a good kit as we speak any one know of any really goods kits with all the stuff needed? i see the prices are very dif across the range. yes i will be removing the bumber weights to this week all so doing the underdrive pullyes at the same time as the wrap will keep you updated when its finished
     
     

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