1958-64 Chevy Full-Size Cars and Wagons with Small Block Chevy
For the drivers side, applications must use 520-10927 or for passenger side, applications must
use 520-10922 as well as 520-10928 for either side.
Included Items Note: Bolts and Gaskets Included, Reducers required
Port Shape: SAP
Emissions Compatibility: 50 State Legal
Custom racing performance at a mass produced price!!
Hooker Super Competition Headers are painstakingly designed to give you a max power, max RPM header at an off the shelf price. The large, mandrel bent, tuned length, primary tubes are custom engineered to give you more velocity, exhaust gas scavenging and high RPM efficiency resulting in more high end power than what you can achieve with a set of street performance headers. Given Hooker's reputation as having the industry's best welds, the fact that they are using their high quality 5/16'' machined flanges attached to mandrel bent light weight 18 gauge tubing. You know you are going to get a light weight racing header that is built to last seasons of on track performance.
Black Painted (Part numbers do not have a suffix, with the exception of 520-2149 and 520-1115 which are ceramic coated)
Metallic Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -1 suffix)
Stainless Steel (Part numbers have a -2 suffix)
"Darksides" Black Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -3 suffix)
Titanium Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -4 suffix)
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