LS Exhaust Manifold
Note: Fitment issues may occur with models equipped with air conditioning. Modification to brackets may be required. Not compatible with 2004-2006 GTO starters/bellhousings.
- (1) Right/Passenger Side Exhaust Manifold
- (1) Left/Driver Side Exhaust Manifold
- (2) Exhaust Manifold Pipe Flanges
- (12) 8 mm-1.25 x 1 in. Exhaust Manifold Bolt with 10 mm Hex Flange Head
- (4) 10 mm-1.25 x 2 1/2 in Exhaust Manifold Stud with 1/4 in. Hex Head
- (4) 10 mm-1.25 Lock Nut with 14 mm Hex Head
Hugger Exhaust Manifolds for Your LS-Swap
Cast from corrosion resistant iron, available raw or with a ceramic finish; JEGS Exhaust Manifolds have a classy tucked-in style that allows exhaust tubing to be routed close to your frame or floor pan giving you maximum ground clearance.
Install this pair of free-flowing headers for quieter operation and leak-free performance.
- Tucked-In Style Ideal for LS-Swaps
- Free-Flowing Exhaust for Catalytic Converter Efficiency
- Cast Iron Construction for Ultimate Endurance & Corrosion Resistance
- Available Raw or with a Ceramic Finish in Black or Silver
- Can Be Used with OE Gaskets & Fasteners
will these fit a LS-3 in a 1949 Chevrolet pick-up TCI chassis 4inches clearence between frame and block?
I don't see flange gaskets in the pictured details. What type of gasket does this 2-bolt style flange use? What part number, and do you offer it? Thanks, Scott
thanks Rusty ; would this be a direct fit , bolting to existing exhaust .
i have a 1996 caprice police package, will these fit ?
Will these fit a 2005 Silverado LS standard cab 5.3 liter
I've got a 2000 Silverado Z71 LS w/5.3. (325 ci)3 door pickup. Will these work with my application. It has 2.5" dual exhaust connected to 3" inlet 2.5" outlet w/45° angle bends pipes w/polished stainless steel tips coming out each side of rear!
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