Included Items Note: Bolts and Gaskets Included, Reducers required
Port Shape: SAP
Emissions Compatibility: Not Street Legal Except Pre-1974
On Hooker Header, Part Number: 520-6901, there is a 1/4" or 3/8" tube on one of the primary tubes on the drivers side header. What is this for?
289 4.7, 1966 Ford Mustang with power steering. Will I have fitting issues with the PS? Thanks
Do you have anything or recommend anything to plug the carburetor outlets on this header?. I have an after market carb that does not use exhaust to warm up.
Will these fit my 71 Comet with the original 302 heads/auto transmission?
I have a 70 falcon with an 88 5.0 converted to carb will these fit those stock heads
Will these fit in a 1968 Mustang 351w -T5?
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