Small Block Chevy
1978 models utilizing A/C require 555-30782 bracket for large style compressors, 1979-87 with the small (radial) compressor will re-use stock bracket. Must modify stock exhaust to retain catalytic converters. Applications with O2 sensors will require the purchase of O2 fittings. Work with automatic floor & column mounted (some modifications may be required) shifters. These headers will not work with standard transmission. Will fit FACTORY aluminum angle plug heads (will NOT fit AFTERMARKET aluminum angle plug heads).
i have a 1980 century station wagon I want to put a sbc 350cid and 350 tubro trans. in will these work for my century wagon.? I used these on a 1978 Pontiac grand prix build 350/350.
· 5 days ago WILL THESE WORK WITH STREET STOCK CIRCLE TRACK KICK OUT OIL PAN ON GEN 1 SBC IN 1981-1987 CHASSIS with 350TH TRANS?
WILL THESE WORK WITH STREET STOCK CIRCLE TRACK KICK OUT OIL PAN ON GEN 1 SBC IN 1981-1987 CHASSIS with 350TH TRANS? DO YOU SELL RIGHT SIDE ONLY? I COULD USE A COUPLE RIGHT SIDE TO REPLACE CRASH DAMAGED HEADERS
looking for headers to fit 1980 buick regal limited 2 door coupe ( with air condition)
Will these headers fit a 1988 SS Monte Carlo
i bought these and the crossmember, when i put the reducers on and the pipes, they hit the outer edge of the hump on the passenger side of crossmember. i thought when they were made to be used together this would not be a problem. not happy
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