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Old 10-16-2000, 09:52 AM
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Sorry I was up North last weekend and missed bunches of post.
I got home sunday and found two huge boxes. Opened them up to find I can't read the instructions.
Does anyone have a link to where I can go for these in english.
Plus who did there install already. I am doing it myself tonight after work. Any help or suggestions would be great.

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Old 10-16-2000, 10:04 AM
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You should feel lucky,
with my Spoon header/exhaust I got no instructions. Japanese or otherwise.
I also didn't get a sticker
Seriously, it was easy to do without
instructions.
And all you are doing is the catback.
The hardest part was getting the old stuff off. And that wasn't that tuff.
Have fun
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Old 10-16-2000, 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by aquatic:
Sorry I was up North last weekend and missed bunches of post.
I got home sunday and found two huge boxes. Opened them up to find I can't read the instructions.
Does anyone have a link to where I can go for these in english.
Plus who did there install already. I am doing it myself tonight after work. Any help or suggestions would be great.

Thanks
Keith
aka aquatic
Don't torque any bolts until you have the whole thing installed. Then from the front of the exhaust to the back start tightening everything wachting out for clearances and fit.

Be carefull with the catalitic converter bolts. They tend to freeze (seize) becuase of the temp changes over long periods of time. Broke two when doing my exhaust and replace them with a Grade-8 bolt, washer and nut combo. Had to take out the catalytic in order to remove the old bolts.
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Old 10-16-2000, 11:43 AM
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I'm gonna get my exhuast soon as well. Anyone know what are the torque specs for the exhaust are? Thanks!
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Old 10-16-2000, 05:28 PM
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Originally posted by S2SaV:
I'm gonna get my exhuast soon as well. Anyone know what are the torque specs for the exhaust are? Thanks!
Two zips with my 3/8impact. About 25lb-ft is fine. It's not critical.

I just installed mine. I suggest using some anti-sieze lubricant on the bolts so you can remove them in the future.
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