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> Mystery Tin, Please help identify
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post Sep 21 2021, 03:55 PM
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For my engine rebuild, I sent all my tin out for powder coating. After assembly, I have 2 pieces of tin that I can't find a home for. Thinking they might be related to the heat ducting, which I have not installed yet. Anyone have any ideas?

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post Sep 21 2021, 03:59 PM
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Warm air guides for late heat exchangers. They connect to the HEs and the case. The arched one is dr side.
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Warm air guides for late heat exchangers. They connect to the HEs and the case. The arched one is dr side.


Thank you!

So I am backdating my exhaust to the early 2.0 heat exchangers, and getting rid of the '75 manifold/exchanger setup. Do you know if the early exchangers had similar warm air guides? If so, I'll have to post a WTB.
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QUOTE(9**P-car @ Sep 21 2021, 03:06 PM) *

QUOTE(rhodyguy @ Sep 21 2021, 03:59 PM) *

Warm air guides for late heat exchangers. They connect to the HEs and the case. The arched one is dr side.


Thank you!

So I am backdating my exhaust to the early 2.0 heat exchangers, and getting rid of the '75 manifold/exchanger setup. Do you know if the early exchangers had similar warm air guides? If so, I'll have to post a WTB.


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The driver's side differs. Side shift, the rear rod runs below the curve. Tail, the rod runs above. Pass side is common.

You should also have earlier L&R J tubes, L&R S shaped ducting and clamping pieces(914rubber has the seals you need for these), warm air elbows and the rear hanger. New fasteners.
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