Re: mini- starters
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Re: mini- starters



Hi John,

I would say it depends on your motor, your car and your header but in my case - RB block in a '64 B with TTI headers, it was more of a slow dance of both at the same time.  The header wouldn't clear the steering column and the starter, so removed the starter, then laid the header in the engine compartment sort of leaning against the inner fender well on an old blanket, then installed the starter, then attached the header to the head.  Maybe it is just my setup but now you know why I hate doing it!  Cue up Garth Brooks "We Dance," open a cold one, and have at it!

Thank you,

Jim

On Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 8:23:26 AM UTC-4, John Waskiewicz wrote:
Jim, do you install headers after starter is installed, or starter after header attachment? From someone thinking of adding headers. John Wask....



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