Hooker Headers 16810 Details
GM Cars Street Force Cat-Back Exhaust System
50 State Legal Bolt-On Horsepower!
The Hooker Headers Street Force Cat-Back Exhaust Systems are manufactured using 16-gauge aluminized steel tubing that is mandrel bent which increases volume and horsepower while reducing backpressure by maintaining a consistent inside diameter, unlike press bending which crushes or pinches the pipe closed reducing volume by as much as 10%! These systems are designed to install behind the converter and all other applicable emission control devices using flanged construction (where applicable) and existing stock hangers for easy installation! Features:
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1986-1987 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO
- Liter: 5.0
- SubModel: SS
- CUI: 305
- EngineType: V8 ( 5.0 L / 305 )
1986-1987 BUICK REGAL
- EngineType: ALL
- SubModel: GRAND NATIONAL
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.