Just do them yourself, i ended up doing them with some shitty hand tools in a parking spot in the street on the only cold night in South FL when i had a cold! decided to finish next day so went out drinking till 6am slept 3hours hungover throwing up i finished working on the car and i pulled the dipstick without looking! ARRRGGGG took a LONG time to find the hole in the dark.
BTW i did this Last Sat/Sun TPIS headers, i did not remove steering shaft. I don't feel much maybe i can't tell but its not currently tuned i hope the tune makes a nice change because the only thing that has changed is more noise around the engine bay and higher pitch exhaust note.
Get the B&B Headers so you don't have to remove the steering shaft ...
Moving the steering shaft honestly takes 60 seconds if you're hungover, even less if you're not. Remove one bolt, swing it out of the way, place header, rebolt steering shaft ... done. There's oodles of room to get at it, too. Other than that, the install for the B&B and Kooks are nearly identical.
On a related note, I'd have gone B&B all the way back except I couldn't have tolerated the drone several people said they had. If you like to hear your motor and like others to, also, B&B from ports to tips should be tops on your list, IMHO.
HOLY CRAP those spark plug wires are on there good. I pulled a couple off, but makin a trip to sears for a set of the pliers. Did you guys gap your plugs at .040 inches? I'm putting the NGK Irridium plugs in.