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Old 12-15-2015, 07:56 AM   #1
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16V swap header???

Putting 16V in the samurai and the stock exhaust manifold will not work. The bolts that bolt the Sidekick downpipe to the stock manifold are hitting the frame. Wondering if anybody has tried the Doug Thorley try-y header and if it fits?

Did a search and didn't find much info on the exhaust options.
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Old 12-15-2015, 09:03 AM   #2
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The thorley is a great header, but you're buying the name.

Myron over at ZOR, as well as some other vendors, has a great try Y that is a less expensive
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BTW I run a thorley myself on my 16V 1.3L. picked up some bottom end with it. better than long tubes on the bottom.
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Gonna try Myron first. Where I get from is going to depend on who can get it to me by Friday.
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fit on my 1.6 16V swap just fine...
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fit on my 1.6 16V swap just fine...
What motor mounts did you use? Mine has the Trail Tough unbreakable motor mounts.
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Whatever came in the standard Trail Tough swap package (ie not the unbreakable mounts)...
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I swapped a 16v using the Dodge motor mounts. On my exhaust, I got rid of the spring bolt assembly and went with short bolts. I had to cut down the lip on the exhaust flange where it is just flat on the side that sits near the frame. that got me enough clearance.
saves several hundred dollars that way.
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I swapped a 16v using the Dodge motor mounts. On my exhaust, I got rid of the spring bolt assembly and went with short bolts. I had to cut down the lip on the exhaust flange where it is just flat on the side that sits near the frame. that got me enough clearance.
saves several hundred dollars that way.
I used the calmini header and petroworks mounts and still had to grind down the frame side of the flange near the spring on the exhaust downpipe for clearance.
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