1982-88 GM G-Body LS-Engine Swap Headers
Use with conversion kit:
Headers for Your Engine Swap
LS-Engine Swap Headers are specifically designed for the installation of an LS-series engine into an early GM vehicle. 1-3/4 in. to 2 in. standard or stepped-tube headers are available in either HTC (Hi-Tech Coating), black ceramic-coated (Black Maxx) or uncoated. Each pair of headers comes with the required gaskets and bolts. Headers are designed to be used with Hedman Husler LS-Engine Swap Mount Kits.
Note: These headers will also fit select 1978-1987 GM A-bodies (1978-1987 Monte Carlo, 1978-1981 Malibu)
Does this set come with everything pictured, even the reducers?
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