Chevy/GM - 2WD Truck/SUV/Van
Maximum Flow - 520-21601
Competition Turbo - 520-21005
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Hooker Headers Competition Dual Exhaust Kits are designed to fit specific applications using Hooker Competition Headers or stock exhaust manifolds. They have 2.25" diameter 16-gauge aluminized steel tubing that's mandrel-bent to maintain a consistent inside diameter for maximum flow (press bending crushes the pipe, which can reduce volume by more than 10%).
- The original equipment tailpipe exit location is retained on most systems unless otherwise noted below in More Info
- For racing use only (not legal for use on vehicles originally equipped with catalytic converters)
- Except for the universal kit, systems do not include mufflers. Hooker recommends using Aero Chamber, Maximum Flow, or Competition Turbo mufflers with a 2.25" offset inlet/center outlet configuration.
I have a 1991 Chevy C1500 short bed regular cab. Installing a crate engine, and short hooker headers. Will these work?
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