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fox body modular engine clearance issues

1993 convertible, got the 4.6 PI in it now, i had to swap out the brake booster becauce valve cover was hitting it,i have all the wiring and the drive shaft done, ALL I NEED IS A DAMN EXHAUST MANIFOLD FOR THE DRIVERS SIDE>>>>>>>> ANY THOUGHT OF WHAT MIGHT WORK, I'm getting deserate here. The snows melting and my Pony is side lined


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Have you tried any kind of headers? Or are you just assuming it wont work?


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no i have not tried any headers, the motor is out of a crown vic n the manifolds i have are of of that, the drivers side manifold hit the steering shaft dead center betewwn the flange bolts, it looks like i need some thing that dumos under the 3rd exhaust port, that or straight back, ive got a good d inches between the firewall and the engine so i could make that down turn easily
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