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Old 19th-August-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Anyone using Sanderson LS134 headers on 2nd gen with clip?

I've been browsing, and I know the Sanderson LS14 shorty headers will fit, but I was wondering if anyone has used the LS134 headers (1 3/4" Tube) on a 1st or 2nd gen with an aftermarket front clip?

If so, did they clear with no issues? I thought I read where someone was using them.

So far, it seems the only pre-fabricated choices are the TCI coated headers, the CBR SS headers, or the Sanderson headers. I'm only looking to use 1 3/4"+ tubing though.

So to sum it up, anyone using the LS134 headers?
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Old 21st-August-2013, 06:20 AM   #2
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I think novaBRO used them on his swap. He did a swap post thread. I would check it out.
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I had them on my LS1 67 Nova with a Heidt superide. Fit well.
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I have a 66 and a 2005ish TCI MII front clip that I barely got around to installing in March. I tried the 134s and the passenger side header hit the frame rail so I went with the 158s and they fit well. I think the frame rails on the newer TCI clips are wider (don't quote me on that) so you may be fine with the 134s if that's what you're running. Hope that helps.
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The 158 are 1-5/8" like wise the 134 is 1-3/4" NovaBro is using the 1-5/8" both styles of headers that we have are 1-3/4 whether they are mids or Long and they fit every clip made....stock or not.
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