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 Post subject: AU 2 ceramic headers into my V8 NC Fairlane.
Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 2:38 pm 
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I bought a 220kw AU V8 with ceramic headers from an Au2 to fit in my NC Fairlane. I'm trying to find out whether they will fit, or not. I have a mechanic doing the swap for me.

There are posts in this forum that say the au headers don't fit in the nc/eb.

If this is the case,

Can the AU headers be modified easily?

what headers are compatible and what are their respective brands & prices?

I have looked at Hurricane Headers [HU354STM] $500

I'm splashing for a new 2 1/2" Exhaust system, the shop changing the engine will need extractors that fit the Gt40p heads and clear the steering, plug leads & sockets in the Fairlane for ease of maintenance.

Without spending a mint, what would be an affordable, performance exhaust design that is not obnoxiousLY loud? Is a twin design available? :twisted: I really don't want to spend more than $1500 to have it fitted complete no cats required in the build.

Appreciate your wisdom and burnt fingers! :-)

I don't want to just roll into an exhaust shop and get burnt :oops: :x because I haven't done any homework.

Appreciate your responses.

Cheers :D



NC Fairlane Mint Original Paint, Fresh 220kw Xr8 motor, LSD, Underdriven accessories, Hand controls (i'm a wheelchair user), HID lights, Custom twin 2.5" steel exhaust, more..... new cam going in atm.

 Post subject: Re: AU 2 ceramic headers into my V8 NC Fairlane.
Posted: Tue Aug 23, 2016 6:15 pm 
Getting Side Ways

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AU2 headers wont fit, and because theyre ceramic coated theyre not worth the modification.

I used EL GT Headers with a 200kw engine - worked ok. The Passenger side header actually looks similar to the AU one.

I believe the hurricane AU header fits the EF/EL, but they will be able to confirm. You might need to just use the 266stm's.
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