Ok, so I do not have too many pictures of the header installation. I did the installation of the headers all by my self. First actual mechanical thing I’ve ever done to a car before, aside from changing fluids. Needless to say I just tore into it without thinking. I’m just thankful that wasn’t a problem! I tore off all the old exhaust parts, pipes, muffler, CAT, and exhaust manifolds. Those things are heavy!!! Anyways, I purchased the recommended ($145) FlowTech Afterburner headers for this install, only to find out that because my car is better than all other discos (hehe j/k) and mostly because mine has Factory A/C installed, there was no way those headers were going to fit on the passenger side of the engine. I ended up rush ordering a much cheaper set ($89) of DynoMAX headers that were guaranteed to fit with factory A/C. It took my dumb a$$ 2 days to get the darn things bolted up and I was about ready to pull my hair out. I really do not like tightening header bolts near the firewall. You can not get a damn wrench in there!!!! Well, I got them bolted up, leaving the far back bolt on both sides of the engine just snug… and not tight because I had no more time. I had an appointment to drop my car off at the exhaust shop the next morning so I could have my 2.5” exhaust custom fabricated, mandrel bent, and mounted to the DynoMAX SuperTurbo mufflers that I purchased at “House of Mufflers”. The Dual Exhaust was done professionally by a GREAT exhaust shop, but I can't mention names due to the emmissions laws on these damn 1975 Novas. Someone seems to think that Catalytic Converters are required by law or something. hehe On to the pictures!