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so my 7th gen spare/daily just cracked its manifold. sad day so ive read that this cracking manifold is a common problem. thus i have an ebay solution.



first disconnect the o2 sensors and remove the two bottom bolts and five top from the manifold. then remove it.





lolz look at those little exhaust ports. ha ha ha! d16 and 15s ftw.

remove both 02 sensors from the old manifold.
NOTE> one is shorter than the other and this is the most optimal time to lengthen it.



now re-attach all the hardware in the proper place.



enjoy the quiet high flowing ebay header!



good luck with the upgrade.
 

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i currently reside in a state without emissions test or yearly inspections. however i imagine that the ULEV vehicle would still pass. id also like to add that you could keep the old cat and quicksteel it for the once a year inspection. however quicksteel doesnt last forever or welding it wont last forever.
 
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