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Old 06-30-2022, 01:14 PM
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I got my 302 block hugger headers ceramic coated satin black. Hooked up 2 1/2" pipes turned down at gas tank. No more burned legs
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I'd put some insulation around that starter.
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Looks like you`ll have to drop the exhaust on that side if you ever need to change out the starter.
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You should be able to clock that starter and move the solenoid, no problem.
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I'd put some insulation around that starter.

Not sure that even aluminum foil would fit around that baby... that is tight-tight!
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Nice, show us the rest of the system. Where are your mufflers, where are your exits?
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The pipes go under the rear end and turndown 3" in front of gas tank.
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How about a mini starter. I don’t think any kind of insulation is going to save that end of the end of that starter.
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It is a Powermaster PowerMAX mini Starter and has lots more clearance than a stock starter. after 53 year of driving I have only ever replaced 1 starter, none in my cobras. If you read the tittle it was to show my undercar exhaust instead of the burned leg noisy side exhaust, real mufflers sound like a muscle car.
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