Rams Horn Style Exhaust Manifolds
- Requires 3-Bolt 2-1/2" Reducers (sold separately)
- Head Flange to Outside Edge: 4"
JEGS Rams Horn Style Exhaust Manifolds are manufactured from nodular cast iron and finished with a polished chrome plating or a ceramic coating in black or silver. Going with a raw finish is also an option. Manifolds come complete with all mounting hardware and gaskets. Fits 1955 and up small block Chevy applications (except LT & LS engines). Provides optimal clearance for angle plug heads. Gasket & Hardware Kit available to replace broken or missing gaskets and hardware.
- Ground smooth with no external bosses or brackets
- 2-1/2" outlet
- Raw, black or silver ceramic coating, or polished chrome finish
- Nodular cast iron construction
- For angle or straight plug heads
- Includes all hardware and gaskets
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Will this replace a 1959 corvette exhaust that has the generator mounting bracket bolted on the exhaust? (283 replaced by 75 350) Larry.
Will it fit a 1976 Chevy C10 350 small block?
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