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  1. Nevermind, dumb question. just looked it up, i'll have to call PnP.
  2. oh! okay well thank you I assumed it would be more. one last question, I just found an exhaust manifold on craigslist but it is the L28 ET turbo exhaust manifold, would that be compatible by chance? Only asking because it is local, if not I just may go the PnP route!
  3. Thanks for the replies guys! I suppose I can't quite check the heads, but the exhaust manifold that I took off is definitely the N47 with round ports. At the same time my mind is telling me if I am replacing it anyways, why not just get the headers? They would be brand new, and also sound better. Is there a reason going with used stock would be better?
  4. Hey guys! Recently bought a 76 280z. It was pretty clear the car had a bad exhaust leak, which I was hoping would be as simple as a gasket. Unfortunately after removing the manifold I discovered a crack. I can't seem to find replacement stock manifolds anywhere, and the few stock options I did see seemed to be around 650 dollars. The MSA 6-1 headers appear to work fine for around 230, But the shape seems off. They are longer with a different shaped flange at the end? My guess is that they connect under the cab rather than where the old manifold connected. Unfortunately the car is at a relatives until I can get it running again. I do not have the time nor money for a full exhaust system swap to the 2.5 pipes or anything like that. What exactly is required to replace this manifold?? HP/sound improvements are not necessary, yet definitely welcomed if the price is right. Any advice or knowledge about doing a direct bolt in replacement would be greatly appreciated. Thank you guys! SIDENOTE: The manifold is N47, with round ports.
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