JEGS GM LS Engine Swap Headers for 1964-1988 GM A/F/G/X Body [Polished Finish]
Items You Need
JEGS 555-300172 GM LS Swap Header Features:
- Mandrel bent tubing
- Heavy-Duty 3/8 in. thick flanges to prevent warpage
- O2 sensor bungs welded on both collectors
JEGS 555-300172 GM LS Swap Headers Include:
- (12) M8-1.25 x 25.4 mm (1 in.) UHL with 13 mm Hex Flange Head
- (2) LS Header Flange Gaskets
JEGS 555-300172 Recommended Engine Mounts:
- JEGS LS Engine Swap Motor-Mount Adapters, Adapts Small Block Chevy Motor-Mounts to LS-Series Engine 555-50538
- JEGS Solid Engine Mounts, Small Block Chevy 555-50511
JEGS 555-300172 Vehicle Fitment:
- 1964-1972 Buick Skylark
- 1964-1977 Chevy Chevelle
- 1964-1988 Chevy El Camino
- 1970-1988 Chevy Monte Carlo
- 1964-1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass
- 1964-1988 Pontiac Lemans
- 1964-1972 Pontiac GTO
- 1977-1988 Pontiac Grand Prix
- 1970-1981 Chevy Camaro
- 1970-1981 Pontiac Firebird
- 1978-1988 Buick Grand National
- 1978-1988 Chevy Malibu
- 1975-1979 Chevy Nova
I have a 1981 trans-am I’m doing a ls swap on. Will these work on my swap? If yes , when can they be shipped to me?
Will these fit LS1 5.7 in a 71 nova? Worried about power steering box
Will these clear the factory Z-Bar on a muncie transmission.
Will this headers fit in an 1981 impala/caprice with an ls 5.7
Will these fit a 1965 Buick special with LS 5.3 swap?
Will these work on a 64 nova with heidts front end?
will these work on 1975 caprice with 6.0?
Will these work on a 1997 k1500 4wd 4L60e transmission Ls 5.3l gen 3 swap?
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