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Postby h-bot » Tue Aug 13, 2002 3:09 am

From: BrokenBIKR_REMOVE_804407_THIS_@yahoo.com

...Hi John,I dont want to be a pest,but if you remember...please
ask that fella in (Denver?)@ the show what Brand Headers will fit the
V8 Vega combination....have a good trip....bill




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EXAUST/conversion

Postby h-bot » Tue Aug 13, 2002 7:11 am

From: tensecps_REMOVE_620949_THIS_@yahoo.com

--- In <a href="/group/monzavega/post?protectID=029233234209158096184242175248100208071048">monzavega@y...</a>, BrokenBIKR <<a href="/group/monzavega/post?protectID=091233212180056219138097203245129208071">no_reply@y...</a>> wrote:
> ...Hi John,I dont want to be a pest,but if you remember...please
> ask that fella in (Denver?)@ the show what Brand Headers will fit
the
> V8 Vega combination....have a good trip....bill

Hooker still has the V8 Vega conversion headers (Jegs, Summit)
they are 1 3/4 tube 30" primary and 3" collecter. The easiest way to
put a V8 in is to use a motor plate instead of a kit that way you can
move the engine a bit for better fit. Use a poly style trans mount.
Hooker also have headers (1 1/5 primary non-equal length) that fit
factory V8 Monza mounts but you need the
"elephant ears" and mounts from a Monza and the only aftermarket
mounts around are from Daves Vega Village up in Vancouver B.C> (very
$pendy)Good luck on your adventure! We all started somewhere.




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