Big Block Chevy
Designed specifically for strut type front end cars and dragsters, this kit allows you to fabricate your own headers to save money or make changes to the kit to fit your specific needs. These kits are assembled in the same jig as their finished headers. Then, they simply tack weld all connections. If needed, you can cut a tack weld to reposition the tube, or you can simply finish weld the kit and have the same header offered by Dynatech.
- Same exact header as a Dynatech finished header
- Tack welded to make it easy to change or finish weld
- CNC laser-cut flanges, gaskets, gussets and bolts included
- Optimum port exit angle for added power
Weld up your own headers with one of these Dynatech Drag Race Header kits. They are complete packages designed for most popular NHRA, IHRA and E.T. Series race cars with Chevy power. Engineered for maximum flow, these kits feature equalized port exit angle, large radius mandrel bends and true equal length primary tubes. All headers and kits are designed to use slip-on header collectors. Each kit includes: 8 mild steel primary tubes, 2 CNC laser machined header flanges, 8 port gussets, 2 header gaskets, header bolts and U-tab kits for collector mounting. Collectors come in some kits as indicated.Features:
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