- Complete exhaust systems can be fabricated using Hooker Mufflers.
- Hooker headers for MOPAR 383-440 engines will bolt on the popular aftermarket B-S heads. However, because the exhaust port centerline on these heads is 5/8'' higher and 3/8'' out from the engine centerline compared to stock heads, some header modifications will be required for installation. Custom header applications will be required to fit the B-1 heads because of angled spark plug location.
- Power Steering - Yes
- Power Brakes - Yes
- Air Conditioning - Yes
- Smog Pump - Requires modifications
- Manual Column Shifter - No
- Manual Floor Shifter - Yes
- Automatic Column Shifter - Yes
- Automatic Floor Shifter - No
Included Items Note: Bolts and Gaskets Included, Reducers required
Port Shape: SAP
Emissions Compatibility: Not Street Legal Except Pre-1974
All Budget Headers are NOT Created Equal!
Hooker's Competition Series Headers are engineered to outperform at a reasonable price. To let an engine really breathe, Hooker used 16-gauge steel tubing (.049" thick) with long transition-style collectors. This gives the vehicle a serious flow increase without the loss of backpressure that most engines need. After years of testing, Hooker discovered that a machined 5/16" header flange provides enough flex & rigidity to hold the gasket tight to each port for a proper seal.
Black Painted (Part numbers do not have a suffix)
Metallic Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -1 suffix)
"Darksides" Black Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -3 suffix)
Titanium Ceramic Coating (Part numbers have a -4 suffix)
Will these headers fit edelbrock performer rpm heads with angled spark plugs
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