JEGS 555-300169 Stainless Steel Shorty Headers for GM LS1/LS2/LS3/LS6/LS7 engines is the perfect exhaust choice when swapping an LS engine into a 1967-1969 Chevrolet Camaro or 1964-1972 Chevrolet Chevelle. These quality headers have mandrel-bent primary tubes and 3/8 in. thick laser-cut flanges that will provide you with the best fitment possible.
JEGS 555-300169 Includes:
- (1) Pair of LS 304 Stainless Steel Headers
- (2) LS Header Flange Gaskets
- (12) Header Flange Bolts: 8 mm x 1.25 x 30 mm L 304 Stainless Steel with 3/8 Hex Head
- (2) Collectors: 2.500 in., 2.500 in. O.D. x 4 3/4 in. L 304 Stainless Steel with Oxygen Sensor Bung and Three Bolt Flange
- (2) Collector Gaskets: 2.500 in. I.D. and 3-bolt Pattern
- (6) Collector Bolts: 3/8 in.24 x 1 L Stainless Steel with 9/16 in. Hex Head
- (6) Collector Bolt Nuts: 3/8 in.-24 Stainless Steel with 9/16 Hex head
Does Shorty headers really make a difference?
- Yes, Shorty headers improve exhaust flow, providing a noticeable performance boost and better throttle response.
Will Shorty headers increase horsepower?
- Shorty headers can contribute to increased horsepower by enhancing exhaust scavenging and reducing back pressure.
Will Shorty headers bolt up to the stock exhaust?
- Shorty headers are designed to bolt up to the stock exhaust system, facilitating an easier installation process.
Will these fit in a 67 SS camaro with a 454 ? The power steering box is an issue getting the long tube headers in I'd like to get shorts in.
will these fit a 1967 chevelle with a ls in it
Will they fit a 69 Chevelle
Will these headers fit a 1969 F body with 5.3L LS eng. and will they bolt onto the existing exhaust ?
Would these work for 66 Nova? 5.3 LS
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