Alright so this is the equipment I used:
-standard tools used to take off your plastics
-one set of ratches cabable of bending 360 degrees and still able to untighten the manifold bolts
- hands no bigger than a can of tuna capable of bending in ways you only expect a contortionist to move
-a 1 ton crane to move the stock exhaust after removing it
-a engineering team from harvard to figure out the assembly of Arrow header.
- 1 team of OX to pull arrow springs (can be substituted for team of mules depending on geography)
-a few cases of choice beverage(guess how many you need then +1)
Okay now got into the take down(crack open first beer):
remove lower plastics (this is the easy part)
moved radiator bracket out of the way (wow this isnt that bad...pretty easy)
okay removed manifold bolts so that stock pipe can be removed...(hmmm those two out side ones werent bad, but i sold my soul to the devil to get those other 6 off...by the way he does some good work, but in hind sight i should have asked for the whole thing to be done)(throw rest of the beer in my hand accross garage in anger...open another)
Took a few moments and bask in the glory that is my new Headers, beacuse just like when you marry your wife that is the MOST beautiful she will ever be.
No assemble said team of engineers ....
NOPE not like that(new beer)
AHHH like this??? NO!!!(new beer)
How about this? hmmm...WRONG(new beer)
Maybe we should try it on the bike... crap!(new beer)