Small Block Chevy - 1-5/8'' Tube Diameter
- 1955-1957 Passenger Car, Wagon
- Shorty design for maximum ground clearance.
- Will not fit if engine is located more than 3/4'' forward for HEI firewall clearance. Fits with TCI engine mount kit 890-725-7005-80 and with the equivalent Danchuk mounts.
- Does not fit with kickout aftermarket starters.
- Will fit 168 tooth flywheels.
- Will fit most angle plug heads including factory Chevrolet ''Bow-Tie'' heads.
- Will fit with 605 power steering box.
- Header is designed to fit cars using original V8 pitman arm part number 776-3719487 not 6 cylinder pitman arm part number 776-3709877. Aftermarket pitman arms must be same configuration as OE for proper header fit.
- The product accompanying this document is legal only for off-highway use(except in California or states that have adopted California emission standards),racing use or for use on pre-emission-controlled motor vehicles/motor vehicleengines (pre-1974 domestic vehicles certified to California standards, pre-1974domestic vehicles certified to federal standards and all pre-1974 foreignvehicles), per the manufacturer's application guide.
WILL THESE HEADERS FIT A CHEVY 383 STROKER (350 BLOCK) INSTALLED IN A 1954 CHEVY 210?
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