I will give you the cliff notes of what I remember on my GEN 3. First of all I used a lift which helped and sped up the one man process. Driver side was cake, do that one first.
Passenger side, remove the coolant tank out of the way, unbolt passenger side motor mount and driver side, jack up the side of the motor your working on to give you clearance. Their was something else I loosened up next to the coolant tank but I can't remember. Begin to swear and throw tools on the floor while wishing a swift death at the engineer that designed the passenger side engine compartment.
Installing M&M's is cake. Install the whole exhaust and headers finger tight only. Once it's all together tighten it down to whatever ft lbs it calls for. Food for thought, I bought ARP exhaust bolts, new oem metal exhaust gaskets, stainless nuts and bolts for the flanges and some high temp sealant for the mating areas to the Y's. Have fun and buy a box of band aids.
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