Chevy/GM Car Chevy Small Block
- 1978-87 G-Body
- 1965-89 Full Size Car
- Complete exhaust systems can be fabricated using Hooker Mufflers.
- A/C Requires bracket 520-10925 drivers side or 520-10926 passenger side. 1979 and later with short compressor use stock brackets.
- Applications with oxygen sensors use 555-30012 for 3'' three bolt flange.
- Will not fit angle plug heads.
- Alternator/Generator - Yes, except short water pump engines with drivers side mount will require 520-10927 and 520-10928
- Power Steering - Yes
- Power Brakes - Yes
- Air Conditioning - Yes, may require brackets listed above
- Smog Pump - Requires modifications
- Manual Column Shifter - Yes if equipped
- Manual Floor Shifter - Yes if equipped
- Automatic Column Shifter - Yes if equipped
- Automatic Floor Shifter - Yes if equipped
Included Items Note: Bolts and Gaskets Included, Reducers required
Port Shape: SAP
Emissions Compatibility: Not Street Legal Except Pre-1974
Well these headers fit Blueprint engine S/B chevy 350 ci Cruiser crate engine?
Will these headers fit a 1980 Pontiac 301 4.9 liter engine?
will these work on 5.7 350 vortec motor going in a 84 chevy c10
Headers are going on 70 camaro with afr elimator heads do the heads need to be straight plug or angle heads with the use of hooker headers
are these hooker headers ceramic coated on the "INSIDE" or just an outer coating?
I asked a question yesterday, received an email today saying my "question is live, click the link to view it" there are no questions listed. How can u match the port W/O voiding warranty? And mine leak even after re torque.
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