Hooker Headers Competition Shorty Headers Chevy Small Block V8 265-400
Items You Need
Chevy/GM Car Chevy Small Block
- 1978-87 G-Body
- 1971-94 Full-Size Car
- Port Shape: SAP
- 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 a 3'' three bolt flange
- Will not fit with angle plug heads
- Maximum ground clearance design for cars lowered up to 4''
- Modifications are required to exhaust to retain stock catalytic converters
- Will not fit Saginaw close-ratio power steering
- Power Steering - Yes, except Nova and Camaro with Close-Ratio
- Power Brakes - Yes
- Air Conditioning - Yes, except for Camaro and Nova
- Smog Pump - No
- Manual Column Shifter - No
- Manual Floor Shifter - No
- Automatic Column Shifter - Yes
- Automatic Floor Shifter - Yes
Included Items Note:
- Bolts and Gaskets Included, Reducers required
- Not Street Legal Except Pre-1974
hi there will this fit 1980 Camaro z28 5.7l manual transmission?
Will they fit my 85 GMC Sierra? 350 small block. Thanks
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Why does it say in the details "will fit with angle plug heads" and then under vehicle fitment on every vehicle it says "will not fit with angle plug heads or raised port heads"? Really looking for the correct answer as I've got angle plug heads
I was wondering if these headers would fit on a 1993 Chevrolet Camaro. Hooker Headers 2466
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