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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-05-2012, 11:36 AM Thread Starter
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WTB 200ci headers

In great condition please.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-09-2012, 04:52 PM Thread Starter
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Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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post #3 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-15-2012, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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bumpity bump bump

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2007 Premium MustangCoupe (V6).. Please don't shun me

Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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post #4 of 15 (permalink) Old 10-19-2012, 09:03 AM Thread Starter
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Still looking... Hoping someone gets one then later decides they don't need it...

Steven
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2007 Premium MustangCoupe (V6).. Please don't shun me

Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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Not giving up... Still hoping someone bought one then decided they didn't need it

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2007 Premium MustangCoupe (V6).. Please don't shun me

Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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post #8 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-08-2012, 10:24 PM
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clifford makes them going to buy a set shortly

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clifford makes them going to buy a set shortly
Looks like I will prolly end up getting their set... Just hoping someone may have bought them and decided they didn't need em.

Steven
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2007 Premium MustangCoupe (V6).. Please don't shun me

Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 04:28 PM
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Talk to mike at classic inlines, quality product! That's if you give up on buying a set someone did not end up using?


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Talk to mike at classic inlines, quality product! That's if you give up on buying a set someone did not end up using?
I just bought a set of 200ci dual headers from Classic Inlines as I was told the fitment was better. I bought the mild steel ones and coated them with Tech Line Black Satin. They came covered in surface rust pretty bad, but blasted them with aluminum oxide and they cleaned up real good. Will be test fitting next week... The Classic Inlines were cheaper than Clifford as well.... Would have liked to have bought the cross over pipe and exhaust, but that was a 3 - 4 week wait. They had the headers in stock. I really struggled with the size of header... Classic Inlines strongly reccomended to go with the 1.75" for back pressure as my motor is stock...so I did.. Was wanting to go with the 2.0 or 2.25 inch headers, but took the advice of the experts.. I do think I will do a rebuild next year some time where I can go with a bigger cam. The car is my son's and he likes the Inline six.. It's been fun playing with it.. It already has the pertronix and clifford webber carb.. He wants an old school paxton running 4 or 5 pounds of boost after the rebuild, so I guess I will be going with bigger headers at that time...

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thanks for the info

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I just bought a set of 200ci dual headers from Classic Inlines as I was told the fitment was better. I bought the mild steel ones and coated them with Tech Line Black Satin. They came covered in surface rust pretty bad, but blasted them with aluminum oxide and they cleaned up real good. Will be test fitting next week... The Classic Inlines were cheaper than Clifford as well.... Would have liked to have bought the cross over pipe and exhaust, but that was a 3 - 4 week wait. They had the headers in stock. I really struggled with the size of header... Classic Inlines strongly reccomended to go with the 1.75" for back pressure as my motor is stock...so I did.. Was wanting to go with the 2.0 or 2.25 inch headers, but took the advice of the experts.. I do think I will do a rebuild next year some time where I can go with a bigger cam. The car is my son's and he likes the Inline six.. It's been fun playing with it.. It already has the pertronix and clifford webber carb.. He wants an old school paxton running 4 or 5 pounds of boost after the rebuild, so I guess I will be going with bigger headers at that time...
Ran into a problem I am going to have to deal with... A/C doesn't fit with the headers.. Classic Inlines goes through a very brief (wish there were more pictures) on changing the alternator and A/C where the Alternator is now on top by modifying the brackets.. the midification looks tough although they make it sound simple.. Since its winter now, won't have to worry abou that right now, but will have to deal with it this summer..

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Ran into a problem I am going to have to deal with... A/C doesn't fit with the headers.. Classic Inlines goes through a very brief (wish there were more pictures) on changing the alternator and A/C where the Alternator is now on top by modifying the brackets.. the midification looks tough although they make it sound simple.. Since its winter now, won't have to worry abou that right now, but will have to deal with it this summer..
Ran into another problem.. I have a Clifford 6=8 adapter for a webber 2 barrel carb. No way this throttle linkage is going to work... Have to get creative now..

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Ran into another problem.. I have a Clifford 6=8 adapter for a webber 2 barrel carb. No way this throttle linkage is going to work... Have to get creative now..

I am sending my large log cylinder head to Classic Inlines to have them mill it down, hog out for a true 2v carb, level the surface then attach the adapter plate. $365 for all that...

Plus, I am having my engine rebuilt locally per their specifications.

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Done
Replace Full floor pan
Replace Firewall
Replace Full cowl
Replace Radiator support
Shelby Drop done
Front disc brakes on

Up next:

4 wheel drum to disc conversion, rebuild front suspension/steering, taillight panel, trunk floor,302 and AOD upgrade, wiring harnesses back in, and hopefully only patch panels on the quarters

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