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Thanks for the feedback....I must have gotten lucky then - I put one on my '00 and it fit like a glove, checked the clearance on this brand new one and it fit perfectly as well. I guess 2 out of 3 isn't bad.

Well I suppose that means this used one is just as good as the rest then! lol. I'll still sell it cheaper.
 

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All Che exhaust manifolds will reqire a pry bar to fit (unless you get super lucky). Just an FYI.
That's not a very nice accusation (and it's also not very accurate). Operator error? Perhaps you should invest in some different hand tools:)
 

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That's not a very nice accusation (and it's also not very accurate). Operator error? Perhaps you should invest in some different hand tools:)
I'm gonna have to agree with that. I ran a Che header on my car for 30K miles with no problems. The manifold took me no longer then 1 - 2 hrs to install and that was because of rusted bolts. I needed no pry bar, nothing.
 

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Where are you located? Willing to ship? Thanks.
 

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Bump for seller.

All Che exhaust manifolds will reqire a pry bar to fit (unless you get super lucky). Just an FYI.
I had not heard this before. Mine fit fine. (FYI).
 

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I dont think I saved the picture, but the header bolts onto the engine just fine. The support bracket didn't line up (off by about 1/4") and then when bolting the midpipe (or cat pipe) onto the header, the other side of the midpipe did not line up with the catback (exhaust portion). It was off by about 1/2".
 
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