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Thanks Andy....looks like that's the way to go this time then.
just checked for replys on chevy talk and they all recommend earl williams like paul above, hope this helps,
I would definatley buy the Earl Williams headers.
I have had these on my car since built, they fit, dont rot, leak or any other nasties plus they tuck up nice and close into the chassis so no problems with ground clearance.
Thanks Andy...you could buy them off the shelf before but they didn't fit! I had to modify sets for two different cars to get them in, one was a set of Hookers but can't remember what the others were.
I'll see how we get on with the list and if we get stuck I'll get back to you.
steve, you can buy them off the shelf now, i think both hooker and headman do them also i think sanderson do them. as mentioned above chevy talk is a good starting place, if you are not a member i am and will gladly ask for you,
i've asked over there, will let you know when i get a reply,
Dave that link is great. Thank you!
That's all helpful. Much appreciated....will go and study what we have.
steve, couldnt tell you what ones i have as they were second hand and i chopped them to bits to get them to fit! depends on the position of the engine, i belive that the popular thing is to use side mount engine mounts that move the engine forward about 3/4 of an inch, and i have been told that patriot make a good quality header to fit this combo, they are also reasonably priced.
best go to ChevyTalk. I think they have a spreadsheet for the many permutations - side/front mount, sm/big block, steering and so on. In fact here's the link:
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