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96 3.8 stock header bolt to 06 4.0 ltr?

Does anyone know if the 06 4.0 ltr engine's exhaust manifold bolt pattern would be similar enough to be able to bolt on a set of 96 3.8 ltr stock headers without making it not worth trying? I've got a nice set of 3.8 headers but wondering if the .2 ltr difference between the 2 engines kills the tune on the deal? any ideas from the pit crew?

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