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Originally Posted by Diode Dynamics View Post
It's such a PITA on a GT / GT500, especially without a lift.

I imagine it's easier on a V6, more room to work with

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Installing longtubes on the 3.7 is no where near as difficult as installing them on a V8 car. Ramps or jack stands work fine and there is tons of room . The headers go right into place from underneath the car and you don't have to lift motors, pull off motor mounts and steering shafts or anything else. The average Joe shouldnt have any problems with this job.


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