Alfa V6 - the
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: United Kingdom
County: Vale of Glamorgan
To be honest, it all depends on how good a 'zoorst you got - most aftermarket (or even o.e.) ones need some "adjustment" to match the route/angles/fixings, so I would expect it to be a bit of a pain.
Also, if its a dual/quad version, then clearly its going to involve putting things in places that were not designed for them to fit - my quad had the rear bumper section cut out to match the other side for example.
So, in the absence of more detail, I think it can be done with a bit of persuasion and perseverence. However, the car must be high up off the ground to do this comfortably. Up on a jack alone will be very hard work.
Alfa V6 - one of the best sounding engines ever made.....