Stage 1 install

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Asked by Jul 19, 2009 at 10:57 AM about the DeLorean DMC-12

Question type: Car Customization

Hey guys I'm brand spankin new to this here facebook club thing so bare with me if I seem uneducated. I finally got my DeLorean (10989) out of storage and plan on finally putting the upgrades to it that I bought a year and a half ago which include a stage one kit and the Eibach kit. I was wondering how hard it is to install that sucker?  I know some welding is involved but I'm mostly concerned about the frame getting in the way of the headers.

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Shouldn't be too bad. Contact tho323@gmail.com. He did a Stage 1 conversion to his car. Also go on www.dmctalk.com. There's lot of help and good advice.

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