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Hooker Headers Competition Headers Ford 351C 4V

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Competition Headers Ford 351C 4V
$376.95
Competition Headers
  • Ford 351C 4V
  • 1967-70 Mustang, Cougar
  • 1967-70 Falcon, Fairlane, Torino
  • 1967-70 Ranchero, Cyclone, Montego
  • 1.75'' x 32'' Primary Tubes
  • 3'' x 8'' Collector
  • Black Painted
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    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hooker! 1st time install on a 67 mustang 4v & i was prepared for the fight! Passenger side made me look like a pro. Drivers side reminded me .That patience is virtue .Number 1 it helps to have a helping hand or some rope , 2 make sure u get the vehicle safely high enough for clearance .And you should be good.
    Date published: 2023-08-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from well constructed and fit nice i did alot of research and ended up with hooker headers, plenty of clearance, and iam using an overdrive automatic in which my car never came with!
    Date published: 2016-02-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Noticeable power gain Noticeable power gain with excellent sound. Installed them in a 70 Mach1 with a 351C. The drivers side with power steering is a tight fit to say the least, but take your time and the do fit. Passenger side was a breeze. The kit comes with excellent directions. Just follow them- do not skip a step- and you too can install them. Patience is a virtue!
    Date published: 2017-02-11
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Headers are great. Not so the PS bracket Installed the headers, and they fit great. However, the power steering bracket required for the installation needs to be redesigned. After installing it and taking it for a test drive, the bracket flexed and made a popping noise. And the steering when turning to the left became more difficult. I had to basically build a new setup for it to work, and would question the long term safety of the bracket itself.
    Date published: 2017-07-05
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from How lucky will you be? After reading mixed reviews from multiple sites I decided to take the gamble. I was not lucky. I bought these for my 1969 mustang 351c 4 barrel with an AOD and no power steering. I was actually surprised to see the headers clear the AOD since the car never came with one, but it was close. Headers will need a heat shield to protect starter and transmission. That was where my luck ended. Had to raise engine about half inch, trim a slight amount of metal from the engine mount bracket on drivers side, slightly dent the tubes in a few places, grind about 1/4 inch off the elbow of the pitman arm, and hammer the tube by the pitman arm almost half closed so the car would turn all the way to the left. The chassis of my car has never been altered or damaged either. Motor mounts are new and stock rubber replacements so there is no excuse for this other than poor quality. I would suggest these for a late 60s mustang only if you have no other choice.
    Date published: 2017-04-21
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from ended up junking them 1970 Mustang 351C 4V automatic power steering. I bought the PS extender bracket. I'm not above making a few hammer modifications for slight interferences but the modifications needed rendered these non usable. Waste of money. Don't understand how they could be so far off other than a manufacturing quality issue.
    Date published: 2024-04-01
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor fit Can’t say anything good about the fit of these headers in a 1967 mustang 351 4v with auto transmission.Passenger side was not as bad as drivers side. Driver side was a real mess. Couldn’t get headers past Automatic transmission and the pitman arm. Ended up cutting headers up and rerouted tubes just to get up close. Had to grind motor mounts, pitman arm, stering box, transmission. Lots of denting needed. Now have a pair of Frankenstein Headers that still leak at the heads. Don’t buy these, save yourself a big headache.
    Date published: 2020-12-01
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk for a 70 mustang This Will not fit a 1970 mustang it hits steering box on driver side and on the passenger side it hit down by the motor mount and you cannot put the idler arm back in because it hit the tube false advertising by saying it fit a mustang if you don’t believe me put it in a mustang
    Date published: 2019-07-14
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