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Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 4:45 pm 
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Hey guys, I'm having a bit of trouble finding extractors to fit my DF LTD. I am having trouble finding some suitable because i have GT40P heads and i keep getting told that they foul on the passenger side (if AU fairlane extractors are fitted) and i have been told this by a few different companies. I just wanted to know what make/model number of extractors you guys are running as i don't know what to do, possibly custom? But i have a feeling that will cost a small fortune. Any help is greatly appreciated cheers, Kris.
Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 5:44 pm 
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I've got genie extractor's on my ef. I had them on the stock E7 heads. Fitted gt40p's and they just fit. I'm talking mm but they do fit. Don't know if Genie had one model for all e-series or not.
Posted: Sat Sep 22, 2007 10:40 pm 
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i presume the fouling you are talking about is with the ignition leads and plugs. i think i'm running hurricane. they were already on car. i recently fitted gtp's and am still using them. i had trouble only with no. 6 or 7 plug. its so tight i couldn't actually get a socket on the plug. luckily they don't need a lot of tension so pliers on the end did the job. i then had to trim about 10mm off the end of the boot to get it to go on and then wrapped the extractor in heat wrap as there was only a matter of mm clearance. have not had any drama's. when it comes time to change plugs i will probably have to drop the pipes off but thats no big deal. i've used iridiums to minimise the amount of times they need to be changed.

i actually melted the end of the boot as i didn't originally have the runner wrapped in heat tape. the wrapping did the trick though. not ideal but a lot cheaper than new headers.



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Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 1:04 am 
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Advance makes a header to suit GT40p heads into e-series. I purchased them on the basis it would bolt up.

Touch dearer than the pacies/genies but they are goods.

However I have been told that Pacemakers will fit up no probs either as the E7 heads and GT40p heads have a different spark plug angle and the pacemakers just clear it.



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Posted: Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:39 pm 
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The pacemaker part number you need is: PH4000, I have them on mine, just had to get custom leads made with 90 degree plug boots.



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