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I'm on the final clear out of the greenhouse that has served as my garage for several years. All that's left is a rusty flywheel and exhaust manifolds. They are yours for shipping costs. They are going the local salvage yard on Thurs if no one wants them.
 

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I'm on the final clear out of the greenhouse that has served as my garage for several years. All that's left is a rusty flywheel and exhaust manifolds. They are yours for shipping costs. They are going the local salvage yard on Thurs if no one wants them.
That is a 5-speed flywheel and S manifoilds right?

Sending you a PM for them.
 

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Yes, 5 speed and the manifolds are from an S, but I thought all 12V manifolds were the same.
PM didn't make it here.
 

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Yes, 5 speed and the manifolds are from an S, but I thought all 12V manifolds were the same.
PM didn't make it here.
No exhaust manifilds are supposedly different as in larger ID for S models so I expect thinner castings.

At least 2.5 and 3.0 Milano exhaust are that way.

According to parts CD the 164B/L uses two part numbers for L/R and S using another two part numbers.

Since S down pipes are larger as well as cats I expect S manifold will flow more exhaust, too.

I sent you an email instead of PM.
 
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