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Patriot Exhaust GM Specific Fit Headers 1955-1982 Corvette

737-H8025-B


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GM Specific Fit Headers 1955-1982 Corvette
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GM Specific Fit Headers
  • 1955-1982 Corvette
  • 265-400 Small Block
  • 1-5/8'' Primary Tubes
  • 2-1/2'' Collector
  • Round Port Shape
  • Hi-Temp Black Coating
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    Looking at the patriot h8025 header for my 1957 chev 150 350 Gen1 Everything says will fit application ,605 steering conversion,side mounts,etc. States round ports, engine has square ports Will They work? Thanks in advace Ray

    Asked by: Razor1957
    These will work as long as the port will fit inside of the header flange opening.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-02-09
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