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Old 05-22-2012, 03:25 PM   #21
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Sounds good. And when your header bolts get fused to your heads from the added heat you can buy a new set of heads too!! Also be very careful that no oil or gas drips on to your header wrap. Imagine an oil soaked wrag laying on your pipes when the headers turn bright orange from the header wrap. Maybe a good idea to buy a fire extinguisher.
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Old 05-22-2012, 06:45 PM   #22
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I'd recommend JBA shorties or some good (FPA, Doug's, etc) full-length headers. You're going to spend some money on them, but they'll actually fit and won't warp flanges.

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I dropped what I consider a lot on a set of JBA shorties for my 67, mainly because of clearance issues with my rack & pinion setup but I consider it money well spent.


Oh, and don't forget to use anti-seize on the bolts.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:56 AM   #23
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Sounds good. And when your header bolts get fused to your heads from the added heat you can buy a new set of heads too!! Also be very careful that no oil or gas drips on to your header wrap. Imagine an oil soaked wrag laying on your pipes when the headers turn bright orange from the header wrap. Maybe a good idea to buy a fire extinguisher.
Wow, you guys really don't like header wrap! I hope I won't have any problems, I only drive this car for a few months out of the year...
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