GM Specific Fit Headers
- 1967-1981 Camaro
- 1964-1977 Chevelle/Malibu/El Camino
- 1970-1977 Monte Carlo
- 1968-1979 Nova
- 1965-1989 Passenger Car/Wagon/Nomad
- Will not fit 1967-1969 F-body with A/C.
- Fits D-port heads including ZZ4 crate engines.
- Vehicles with locking steering columns require linkage removal.
- Will fit most angle-plug heads including factory Chevy ''Bow-Tie'' heads.
- The #1 tube (front drivers) has a small dent for spark plug and spark plug wire clearance.
96 - Requires A/C bracket PN 737-7608. On 1979 and later vehicles with short compressors, use stock bracket.
Note: This product is Legal for use on 1974 and older non catalyst equipped vehicles and is considered a "replacement part" per California Air Resources Board regulations, as long as ALL emissions sensitive components are retained, including A.I.R., EGR, Heat Risers etc. Failure to retain any of these components, or use on any 1975 or newer catalytic converter equipped car would render this product Illegal for Street or Off Highway Use in California, or in states that have adopted California Emissions regulations and may only be used for Closed Course Competition.
will the headers that say will work to fit angle plugs heads, also be ok for heads with strait plugs? small block chevy..
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